San Diego Wedding Photographer | Wedding Photographers San Diego » Wedding photography for awesome people! Fun San Diego wedding & engagement photographers.

Masthead header

Del Mar Engagement Session | Lindsey & Burke

I had the best intentions to get Lindsey and Burke’s Del Mar engagement session up on the blog to kick off Valentine’s day… unfortunately here it is with just a few minutes remaining and I’m just now posting. Well it’s still technically Valentine’s day, and this session at Powerhouse Park in Del Mar is definitely a favorite! Burke did a pretty awesome job on those numbers too!

– Josh

Bartlett Pair Photography - February 21, 2013 - 6:18 pm

That beach is BEAUTIFUL!

Harry Who - San Jose Wedding Photographer - February 27, 2013 - 11:45 am

You are a very talented Photographer and it shows in your Wedding and Engagement work.

Albert - March 7, 2013 - 1:21 am

Stunning!! Love the save the date idea.

La Jolla Cove Bridge Club Wedding | Barbara & Scott

The La Jolla Bridge Club is a little building on the bluff of Ellen Browning Scripps Park. It has one of the most amazing ocean views in San Diego. It’s got green grass, interesting trees, and is situated near the heart of La Jolla. And yes like all places in San Diego it’s normally known for amazing weather. The perfect spot for an intimate wedding. This was however our last wedding of 2012, and in December – and yes, we do sort of have a winter here. The weather report that day had been a little iffy, but I really wasn’t expecting it to be a big damper on the events. As I was photographing Barbara and her girls getting ready I noticed the clouds getting a little dramatic, but if you have ever photographed a wedding you’ll know that sometimes you just get kind of focused on the action in the little bubble around you. I got a photo text from Melissa who had gone on to the venue to meet up with Scott and the sky was looking rather apocalyptic. As we headed to venue the rain was really coming down and it was pretty obvious that the outdoor ceremony was going to be scrapped. But hey – it’s a wedding and you have to go with the flow. Everything happens for a reason right?

Barbara and Scott got the first rainbow I have ever seen at a wedding. They had some of the most amazing cloud formations in the sky – and to me if that’s not a mark of something amazing (or a sign), I’m not sure what is. We really do love small events, and getting the chance to get to know Barbara, Scott, their amazing daughters, and their friends and family was a fantastic way to end our 2012 season. Small party, big love.

– Josh

Accommodations | Grand Colonial Hotel
Caterer | The Wild Thyme Company
Desserts | Azucar
DJ | Winston Widdes
Officiant | Rabbi Berk
Venue | La Jolla Bridge Club

Bartlett Pair Photography - February 21, 2013 - 6:18 pm

Nice flash technique on the reception shots!

Balboa Park Engagement Photos | Amy & Adam

It’s been a little to long since our last blog post! Since we’re catching up the remainder of 2012 weddings and beginning 2013 I thought I’d put up an engagement session we shot earlier in 2012 that I’d be meaning to blog for awhile now. Amy and Adam warmed up an otherwise gloomy day in Balboa Park, and they deserve some blog time! Enjoy!

– Josh

Elaine - February 1, 2013 - 9:46 am

Really nice photographs! These look like a lot of fun, and I’m sure the couple was thrilled with these!!

La Quinta Hideaway Wedding | Lisa & Bentley

La Quinta Hideaway wedding. When the inquiry came in from Lisa and Bentley I had never heard of a La Quinta Hideaway before. I just assumed it was a bar at a La Quinta hotel. You know the 2.5 star hotel chain? I thought it a little odd that two people would be getting married inside a bar at a so-so hotel. But hey, I’m in the business of love not locations! Who am I to judge?

Well as it turned out La Quinta is actually a place a little bit east of Palm Springs. And the Hideaway is this amazing golf club that is literally behind walls and is very much hidden away from the rest of La Quinta. Not that La Quinta is big by any means. Oh and you heard right, I said amazing golf club. It’s not that I have anything against golf clubs, I grew up on courses learning from my grandfather. He loved golf. Well at least he said he did, he spent about as much time cursing and throwing his irons around in frustration. Anyhow a lot of the weddings we do at golf clubs our clients invariably tell us to try and not make it look like a golf course. That wasn’t a big deal with the Hideaway. It sort of has this elegant Spanish castle in the middle of a desert oasis paradise thing going on. Definitely a great place for a wedding!

In addition to a great couple and a lively group, we had near perfect outdoor weather the entire day and evening.  We were totally expecting to get roasted alive.  It was warm, but comfortable.  An all around beautiful day with awesome people!

– Josh

Ceremony & Reception Musicians | Brian Stodart
Coordination | Celebrations of Joy
Floral | Robert Gulorangon
Hair | Linette Gaufo
Makeup | Samantha Bishop
Rentals | Signature Party
Venue | The Hideaway Country Club

Julie Gibbs - January 6, 2013 - 10:19 pm

These are beautiful!

Angela - January 11, 2013 - 5:57 pm

Stunning work! You did an awesome job of capturing the beauty, emotions and fun of their wedding day. Also, I might be a little bit in love with the bride’s shoes! =)

Jon Morgan - January 19, 2013 - 6:13 am

Simply awesome photos… What a great location for a wedding…

Dav Hughes - January 29, 2013 - 12:07 am

Gorgeous colours. Great attention to detail.

Beautiful work.


Casi Lark - January 31, 2013 - 10:33 pm

Just beautiful… I love everything about this wedding, and your work. Rock on!

(in freezing cold WI)

Harry Who - March 9, 2013 - 5:36 pm

Gorgeous Wedding images. Great composition and timing. Wonderful work.

San Jose Wedding Photographer – Harry Who.