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San Francisco Ed Pingol - Bay Area Wedding Photography: California Wedding Photographer: cara and brian's engagement session

Apr 18, 2008

cara and brian's engagement session


commentator: monica

"what came first: the chicken or the egg?" not sure if ed's recent fetish for shoe photos has grown from the awesome pairs adorned by our clients or if his photography is encouraging our clients to consider their footwear for the engagement sessions as importantly as they do their hair-do, make-up, and outfits. we may never know... regardless, we looove it when our couples bring along cute shoes! and cara & brian did just that!

as much as we have passed by coit tower (, what we like to call the "finger tower,") on numerous occasions, we had never actually visited this local landmark until cara & brian's engagement session. sitting atop telegraph hill, staircases leading down into charming residential areas include some very lush vegetation. the city seems to disappear as you feel transported into beautiful gardens, tended by the homeowners. yet you know you're in sf once you hit a clearing and lay eyes on gorgeous views of the bay and city skyline.

our second location was the ferry building on the embarcadero. this adorable duo wanted a vintage-inspired theme, complete with a final stop at taylor's refresher to share a traditional milkshake, with a modern bay area twist of "greenware" as the container. lucky for us, we had our good friend, peter, of mellange studio documenting the shoot on video. can't wait to see the final product!

congratulations on your engagement, cara & brian! can't wait to see what'll be on your feet on your wedding day in september!




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the top of telegraph hill



two mates in the wild



converses + maryjanes. (shoe shots inspired by the original shoemaniac, jon canlas)



taking a stroll along the embarcadero



haute vintage



sharing a shake








6 Comments:

Anonymous Traci Turchin said...

Fantastic shots! I have to know where she got those shoes!

4/18/2008  
Anonymous MsB said...

I love their last outfits -- too cute!

4/18/2008  
Blogger Enoch Photography said...

Ed - i love these... great work dood!

4/18/2008  
Blogger Cara said...

Solid! We had so much fun dressing up and playing celebrity with you guys for a couple of hours. Fabulous work - you rawk!

4/20/2008  
Blogger Lisa + James said...

You two shoot in the City so much, when are you finally just going to move down here? We'd love to see more of you.

4/22/2008  
Blogger G said...

So fun! I love your engagement shots and can't wait to see you guys again.

Hugs,
Gayle -- aka Mrs. Nowak (HA!!)

7/10/2008  

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