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State Theater Engagement Portraits
Cameron asked Kody to marry him outside the historic State theater in Modesto, California last December after a seasonal showing of “It’s a Wonderful Life”. Their wonderful engagement story created a special place in their hearts for the theater and sets the scene for their engagement portraits. The State Theater was kind enough to put Kody and Cameron’s name in lights for our state theater engagement portraits session, which made the night extra special. The session was fun, minus me almost getting hit by a car or two while standing in the street to make the images. Congratulations to the happy couple and I can’t wait for their wedding in December.
Here are a few images from the session, hope you enjoy.
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Yuleana + Hector | Knights Ferry Engagement Portraits
Yuleana and Hector are AWESOME! They’re a great couple who were a ton of fun to hangout with while creating their engagement portraits in Knights Ferry, California. It’s easy to see the chemistry between the two of them and what draws them together, something you can quickly see in the pictures. Hector is a truck guy so he and Yuleana wanted to incorporate one of his newer projects into the session, a 1979 GMC fleetside. I love muscle cars and pickups so I was more-than-happy to do so. Hopefully none of poses scratched the patina. 🙂 . Congratulations!
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