Wow, we’ve gotten soo behind on blogging the weddings we shoot… we’ve been shooting too much and not blogging!
We always get the slideshow up within a day or two of the wedding, and then get the rest of the photos up within 2-4 weeks, so even though all that stuff is already up, we still like to blog about them too. 🙂

So here are some of our favorites from Jake and Ashley’s wedding at the Mt. Hood Bed & Breakfast. Their wedding day had some crazy weather which you’ll see in the photos! The day started off being totally clear, hot, and muggy, and then it quickly clouded over and rain was threatening the ceremony. Luckily, the ceremony went off without a drop of rain (beautiful clouds for our photos) but literally 15 minutes after the ceremony, it started DUMPING rain like crazy. The reception was all set up to be outside, and had to be quickly moved inside. All the guests helped out and everyone did it with a huge smile on their face and had lots of fun. Including Jake and Ashley! 🙂 Luckily the Mt. Hood Bed & Breakfast has an inside backup location for when the rain comes like that. The reception was quickly moved inside and looked just as great inside as it did outside.

Click here for Jake and Ashley’s Slideshow
Click here for Jake and Ashley’s Proofing Gallery (all the photos!)

A couple months ago when we were updating our website, I took a screenshot of when all the photos were open and I used Apple’s Exposé to reveal them all at once, with just a move of the mouse. Apple is so genius!
I’m finally putting this on our blog so I can delete it off the desktop already! 🙂

  • David - August 6, 2008 - 8:08 pm

    Wow. You guys are talented!

    Just cruising the net trying to get ideas to improve my shooting and stumbled on your site. Very impressed with your artistic abilities as well as your shots.

    Do you guys use HDR? Some shot look like it but not sure.


    Ps. website is great also.ReplyCancel

  • blaine - August 6, 2008 - 8:11 pm

    thanks david!
    glad you like our work. 🙂

    We don’t use any HDR at all actually… we just always try to shoot in great light, and also Lightroom has some adjustments that make the RAW conversions look semi-HDR.


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