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

Apr 16, 2007

Jasmin and Jerome's E-Session



guest commentator: monica


you gotta love this adorable couple for picking such a great location for an engagement session! this time, we headed to sonoma to visit cornerstone garden, a very cool, creative, and unique outdoor garden museum. just the place to complement the playful twosome, the lovely jasmin and jerome! we were lucky to visit on one of their "free days." i'm telling you, this place has what seems to be an unlimited number of photo opps. it's just zany!

afterwards, we headed to artesa in the napa valley, which happened to be closed. so instead, we pulled over to the side of the lonely road for views of the rolling vineyards and a "swimming hole." jasmin even braved the snake holes near the arrow signs, which the heroic jerome was able to "stomp" away! seriously, a snake the length of a full meter came through just as jasmin wondered aloud about the holes in the grass.

congrats to jasmin and jerome! thanks for spending the afternoon with us and introducing us to cornerstone. can't wait for your wedding in august!!!


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playing around in the beaded rope, a cool sculpture, and one big @*s chair!


sublevel view, lounging under a tree, and a calming, white, zen installation


vertigo-inducing tunnel of love and pinwheels galore!


five flirty jasmins and just jerome


braving the snake holes and enjoying the views of napa











11 Comments:

Blogger Jasmin said...

OMG. I love the photos. Just speechless. Thanks so much! -Jas

4/16/2007  
Anonymous Louis Palos said...

Ed

that tunnel shot is crazy! How did you light that? nice work as always.

4/17/2007  
Anonymous Ashley B said...

beautiful work, my favorite is the first one on #6 with the sunflare. your locations are so creative and unique.

4/17/2007  
Anonymous Melissa O said...

Ed,

These are great, you always have the best blue skys. I am close to Napa I need to go check out that place.

Like always great and inspiring composition.

Melissa O

4/17/2007  
Anonymous ~Kate said...

#6 is crazy amazing. I freakin' love it. Way to go, as usual...I am so jealous of all of the great architecture/sculptures you have been working with lately. And you are WORKING WITH IT, man!

4/17/2007  
Anonymous ***Trevor Meeks*** said...

excellent photos - very creative!

okay, however.... CORNERSTONE IS NOT IN NAPA!!! SHEESH! Gotta give Sonoma some credit, eh? Let me know next time you're here - my studio is about 7 minutes from Cornerstone.

4/17/2007  
Anonymous M. Chau said...

awesome photos ed. that tunnel shot is just wow...

4/17/2007  
Blogger ed pingol said...

QUOTE(Juxtapose @ April 16 2007, 06:44 PM) *
#6 is crazy amazing. I freakin' love it. Way to go, as usual...I am so jealous of all of the great architecture/sculptures you have been working with lately. And you are WORKING WITH IT, man!


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you rock!!! "work it... work it!! yes! YES!!! no, NO!!! ...now be a tiger!" austin powers. (i'm sure i got that quote wrong, but that's what i just thought of just now).

yea, we're really fortunate to be able to live and shoot here in the bay area. we basically have unlimited backdrops. come move over here and my wife and i will take you to little italy to eat.

//ed

QUOTE(MeeksDigital @ April 16 2007, 07:05 PM) *
excellent photos - very creative!

okay, however.... CORNERSTONE IS NOT IN NAPA!!! SHEESH! Gotta give Sonoma some credit, eh? Let me know next time you're here - my studio is about 7 minutes from Cornerstone.


dude!

totally my bad. this is what the description was supposed to say:

"guest commentator: monica


you gotta love this adorable couple for picking such a great location for an engagement session! this time, we headed to sonoma to visit cornerstone garden, a very cool, creative, and unique outdoor garden museum. just the place to complement the playful twosome, the lovely jasmin and jerome! we were lucky to visit on one of their "free days." i'm telling you, this place has what seems to be an unlimited number of photo opps. it's just zany!

afterwards, we headed to artesa in the napa valley, which happened to be closed. so instead, we pulled over to the side of the lonely road for views of the rolling vineyards and a "swimming hole." jasmin even braved the snake holes near the arrow signs, which the heroic jerome was able to "stomp" away! seriously, a snake the length of a full meter came through just as jasmin wondered aloud about the holes in the grass.

congrats to jasmin and jerome! thanks for spending the afternoon with us and introducing us to cornerstone. can't wait for your wedding in august!!!"

love goes out to SONOMA for having a cool place like corner stone. and next time we're close, i'll definately give you a call. we'll go to the RED HEN... any other good eats closer-by?

//ed

QUOTE(m. chau @ April 16 2007, 08:38 PM) *
awesome photos ed. that tunnel shot is just wow...


ha! thanks! everyone seems to like that tunnel shot (including my wife). i like it too but isn't my favorite. hmm... my favorite is the shot with the lake, but no one has said anything particular about that one. tear***

thanks for all the support guys!

//ed

4/17/2007  
Anonymous Eric Von said...

They are all great man. You have a great eye for backdrops. I really like the 1st one with the arrows pointing in different directions. Keep it up man.

and you were close with the austin powers quote.......and i'm spent

4/17/2007  
Anonymous Bumatay said...

Good job Ed, I love that tunnel shot. Looks like a great location with a huge variety of spots to shoot.

4/17/2007  
Anonymous teana said...

ooh such great pictures and colors. i love the colors in your shots. i actually am quite fond of the lawn fan mill thingsy. that's just a fun series of pictures.

4/17/2007  

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