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San Francisco Ed Pingol - Bay Area Wedding Photography: California Wedding Photographer: Jackie and Woody's E-Session

Apr 1, 2007

Jackie and Woody's E-Session





guest commentator: monica

another gorgeous day in sf yet again! and what a time to shoot at the japanese tea garden, with all the trees in full bloom. this session was reserved for the awesome and beautiful couple of jackie and woody and a mini-session with their adorable son, quinton. jackie and woody were such an easy couple to work with. woody is probably one of the most relaxed and easy to shoot guys of any couple we shot. and we knew that after consulting with jackie, she'd be sure that the two would be fully prepared for their engagement session... well, except for forgetting their son's sword but the ever-knowing dad, woody came to his rescue, bought their son not one, but two swords! check out their crouching tiger, hidden dragon skills, featured in one of the photos below.

after the golden gate park, we headed over to the palace of fine art, just as the wind began to pick up and the chill set in. such great sports, the two were still able to withstand the cold and allow us to capture some great images. and still, they trudged through with us to baker beach to shoot some very cool (or should i say freezing cold?) images at sunset.

congrats on your engagement, jackie and woody! can't wait for your wedding!


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come in and enjoy the view of this happy couple!


the garden in full bloom... along with their love for one another!


peek-a-boo, your mommy and daddy see you, quinton!


finally, a quick minute to sit down!


enjoying the golden hour at the palace of fine art


sweet caresses



two lovers at twilight along the beach









12 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

These are great! I love the one light photo with the blossoming flowers.

-Julie

4/02/2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ed-

I know you want feedback - but the only way for us to give it is if you'll shoot a few bad photos once in a while!

I've said it from day one: you are right on the money. Great composition, creativity, and processing on the back end.

How many events do you cover annually??? You have quite a few e-sessions posted - it looks like a busy Spring and Summer for you.

You do such great work - I'm not just blowing smoke. If any of us could critique, we'd do it. But your work is superior.

Keep posting - you're an inspiration (does that sound cheesy???)


ERIC

4/02/2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ed,

That is some fantastic work. I think my fave is set #4 (the shot with the green benches).

I love your one light photos...the ones on the beach are awesome. Keep it up man you are doing great.

Eric V

4/02/2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ed,

I love them all. I agree with what everyone else said.


Melissa O

4/02/2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great series Ed... love the angles.. the glass one is cool

4/02/2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They're all great, nice work. I'd love to know how you lit the last one.

-Patrick

4/03/2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

so how did you light those night shots

-jen

4/03/2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So many great shots. Good work!

My only bit of criticism (like you need any) is about the shot of the back of their heads/shoulders as they look at the dome. His shirt is pretty blown out and it draws my eyes to it. If you shot raw maybe you can bring back some detail.

Other than that, GREAT set.

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Jeffery Patch

4/03/2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those shots turned out great! I love the saturated colors and perspective compositions! Can I ask what lens you were using? (hope you don't mind me asking...)

T. Ahmad

4/03/2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice work Ed.
I like #4 the best.

4/03/2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Set #5 vertical backlit pic with the Palace of Fine Arts in the background is really cool! Solid overall, Ed!

Ray Soemarsono
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4/03/2007  
Anonymous Jules said...

"Wow," I said at the first set. "Wow!" I said at the second set. "Wow!!!!" I said when it came to those amazing shots by the bridge. Ok, now I'm just speechless. Man.

4/04/2007  

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