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Guajardo Wedding Highlights


What do you get when you mix a Latin American groom, a Jordanian bride, and a beautiful Greek Orthodox church in San Francisco? If you guessed the “Guajara wedding,” you are correct. On a unseasonably cold July day, Irene and Zzane shared their vows in front of a large gathering of family and friends. To say that this wedding was fun would be an understatement. From the traditional ceremony, to the mariachi band and candle dance, the Guajara wedding was one that we will never forget.

Details:
Shot/Edited: Dan Bowen
2nd shooter: Adam Hillyer
Music (as chosen by the couple): “Piazza, New York Catcher” – Belle and Sebastian; “Love and Some Verses” – Iron and Wine

Camera/equipment specs: Canon 5D Mark iii, Canon 7D, Canon 6D, 70-200 2.8, 50mm 1.2, Sigma 30mm 1.4, 24-105 f/4, Rhino Steadycam, DJI Phantom 2, GoPro Hero Black 3+

Schannep Wedding Highlight Video


Jon is a Marine. His friends have swords. Amy actually happens to be a former student of mine and is an all around great person. Add those factors to a beautiful setting on a perfect day in Oakland and you have the recipe for a perfect wedding day.

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Details:
Shot/Edited: Dan Bowen
2nd shooter: Travis Bell
Music (as chosen by the couple): “Compass” – Lady Antebellum; “Then” –Brad Paisley
Ceremony/Reception: Mills College, Oakland
Photographer: Scott Cognato

Lopez Wedding Movie


I have known Nate Lopez for many years. We met at church and I have also had the privilege working alongside him for his event lighting company, Lightheaded designs. He is the type of guy you would probably want around if you were stuck on an island or in some remote location and need to survive. Fortunately for Karrie, she will always have someone who can rescue her or create a contraption in a time of need. Nate is MacGyver. Nate and Karrie were married at Koinonia Conference Center in the Santa Cruz mountains on August 11, 2013. The location was probably the most beautiful setting I have scene for a wedding ceremony. It was perfect. Nate added his signature lighting touches and Karrie provided comic relief throughout the day. They are a fun couple, which made shooting quite easy.

As an aside, their photographer Phil had a Phantom DJI (helicopter) that we got to shoot with. The forest shots are quite epic.

Details:

DJI Phantom footage: Philip Lima
Venue – Koinonia Conference Center, Watsonville, CA
Photographer(s) – Philip Lima and Meghan Marell

Music (as chosen by the couple): “Little Bit of Love” – Katie Herzig; “Life in Technicolor ii” – Coldplay; “Starry Eyed” – Ellie Goulding

Camera/equipment specs: Canon 5D Mark iii, Canon 7D, Phantom DJI & GoPro Hero 3, 70-200 2.8, Sigma 30mm 1.4, 24-105 f/4, Rhino Steadycam