Naomi + Karl | The Day After Shoot

After their busy wedding weekend, it’s a wonder that these guys had energy to get back into character and set off on a photographic journey around San Francisco. Our itinerary took us first to the financial district, where people are generally not used to seeing couples in full wedding regalia on a Monday afternoon. We meandered around the hectic streets, looking for light and color, while the windy day did all kinds of awesome things with Naomi’s hair and veil. (Karl’s hair was affected too, just in a less dramatic way). After we were satisfied that we had turned enough heads, we moved on to waypoint number two, the Golden Gate Bridge. Getting the jump on the incoming fog, we were able to take some beautiful shots from the vista. Then, off we went to the Palace of Fine Arts. There we were able to take full advantage of the late evening sunlight and the majestic architecture. All throughout this demanding San Francisco itinerary, Naomi and Karl’s energy never wavered, and their closeness just continued to grow.
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6 Comments

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  2. by Anne Allen on June 29, 2011  4:06 pm

    You captured their joy and beauty! I will treasure these as they will all their lives. Your are to be complimented on location scouting as well as capturing the best from each of them and them as a couple. What fabulous photographs! The Mother-of-the-Bride, Anne (who thinks your subjects were quite handsome and beautiful.)

  3. by Lillian Boog on June 29, 2011  7:14 pm

    Amazing pictures; great subjects - of course!! Sasha has an amazing eye for the unique!! Absolutely beautiful!!

  4. by Carolyn McDowell on July 5, 2011  10:28 am

    fantastic shots ... especially the bridge/veil one ... never heard of a day-after shoot, but this is awesome.

  5. by Anita on July 11, 2011  11:44 am

    Congratulations to the bride and groom and both families. The photos are breathtaking, showing such clear joy and binding love.

    Treasure each moment "from this day forward" as a page in your book of boundless love.

  6. by Jo Robinson on August 15, 2011  2:41 pm

    Naomi, your Mom shared these photos with me and I am SO glad. They are beautiful treasures. I wish you both true and abiding joy and when the hard times come...shared patience and thankfulness for each other.

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