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Sasha Photography is a San Francisco wedding photography studio, specializing in wine country weddings, hotel weddings, San Francisco City Hall weddings, and wedding photography in the San Francisco Bay Area and destinations beyond. We've documented nuptials at many of the premier wedding venues in San Francisco, including weddings at the Bently Reserve, San Francisco City Hall weddings, Ritz Carlton San Francisco weddings, City Club of San Francisco weddings, weddings at the Fairmont Hotel, Mark Hopkins Hotel Weddings, Julia Morgan Ballroom Weddings and more. We've also traveled for destination wedding shoots in places like Paris, London, Los Angeles, and The Outer Banks in North Carolina. Even a wedding on a cruise ship! Every year, we also spend a great deal of time in the wine country. Our clients invite us to some of the most gorgeous and desirable Napa, Sonoma and Calistoga wedding venues, including beautiful Hans Fahden Vineyards, this Private Healdsburg Estate, and this incredible estate in St. Helena. Sasha's work stands out from the rest because of the playful, daring approach he brings to his images. Surprising and unexpected, Sasha's work features bold colors, innovative lighting and poses, and emotional candids. At Sasha Photography, attention to detail, a comprehensive storytelling approach, and a focus on the experience of clients and their guests is paramount.
As part of their wedding itinerary, Corrie, Jason and I ventured to the Palace of Fine Arts – a popular San Francisco destination for wedding photography. I knew that the awesome green doors scattered around the property would make a terrific backdrop for Corrie, with her bright red lipstick and perfectly-palleted bouquet. I photograph many wedding moments at the Palace of Fine Arts, but each time I return I create something unique for my couples.
Corrie and Jason chose the Hotel Vitale to host their beautiful wedding day. San Francisco gifted them an unusually warm summer evening, and, as it turns out, when they initially booked the Vitale for their day, they had no idea about the Bay Bridge lights! As the guests danced into the evening, the couple and I snuck away for this photograph.
Igor and Sophia’s wedding in Palo Alto was such a blast yesterday. Complete with a 1950′s theme and a smokin’ red Porsche sports car, my photographic imagination was running wild. I loved the contrasts of reds and blue, and I thought that the Igor’s stylish powder blue jacket worked especially well to complement Sophia’s elegant dress and luscious red lipstick!
There are certain mainstays in the world of wedding photography, and the brick wall is certainly one of them. Finding the perfect brick wall is like finding the perfect skipping stone. But creating an iconic image with such a ubiquitous background is a challenge. With Ken and Sayil, we were fortunate enough to find this particular brick wall well into our session, when the couple obviously felt not only the physical connection with one another, but their hearts were light with the joy of knowing they had been wedded. It’s no wonder that they felt comfortable enough to connect in such an intimate and spontaneous way!
Katia and Yury tied the knot in rustic style in Mendocino. Surrounded by swaying grasses, tall trees and their closest people, these guys really pulled of an incredible wedding weekend celebration. More to come about this beautiful day.
Found this incredible secret spot during an awesome engagement session with Brooke and David. Not much time or room to operate there, but we pulled it off! Pretty incredible to have such a striking view of the Bay Bridge and the San Francisco skyline.
Got an overdose of color, emotion, incredible raw food and spiritual feeling at Punam and Robert’s Indian wedding today. Wow. An incredible day at a secret venue in Lagunitas, CA. Full story coming soon!
Every wedding photographer’s dream is to capture the iconic moment at a wedding. At Erik and Kimberly’s Mountain Winery wedding, there was so much energy, so much emotion building steadily throughout the day. It’s no surprise that all of this feeling culminated at the moment of Erik and Kim’s first dance. Exhausted from the highs of the day, it was amazing to see them melt into one another and find a moment of peace and total connection.
When the lawyers go home, the tourists clear out, and the building is eerily empty – that’s when the San Francisco City Hall wedding photographer really goes to work! Here’s a bird’s-eye view of one of my latest City Hall couples, as seen through The Rotunda. This is the place where City Hall ceremonies are held, by default. It’s lovely, but it can be crowded during the peak hours, with couples eagerly awaiting their turn. Here, late in the day, SF City Hall was almost empty.