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C&S| San Francisco Bridal Portrait

We had great pleasure working with Cindy & Sheng for their bridal portrait session in San Francisco, CA. The Palace of Fine Arts is our first stop, followed by Legion of Honor and we finish at Baker Beach. Cindy & Sheng are super easy and fun to work with. The lovely couple would go for […]

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B&Z| San Francisco Bridal Portrait

We had pleasure working with Bin & Zhishuai for their pre-wedding/bridal portrait session in San Francisco. Bin & Zhishuai are good friends of Shuo & Fei (I photographed their pre-wedding session in San Francisco this summer). Bin & Zhishuai are getting married in China this Winter, so that they want to use the photos taken […]

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Ling - November 25, 2014 - 11:25 am

Very very beautiful!!!

F&S| Legion of Honor Wedding Portraits

Fei & Shuo are getting married in China so that they decided to take some wedding portrait photos at San Francisco. The landmark structure in San Francisco is certainly the Golden Gate bridge. So it is one of our stops for the bridal portrait session. We started from Legion of Honor and finished at the Baker Beach. […]

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XN| San Francisco Wedding Portraits

Xiang and Nengmou are getting married. So they flew from Florida to San Francisco bay area for the wedding/bridal portrait session. We first started from Union Square area, then we went to the Palace of Fine Arts and Baker Beach for more photos. The following are some of my favorite photos from this bridal portrait […]

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Kumar - September 18, 2013 - 8:40 am

Beautiful! The clouds at the beach are nice

K&V| San Francisco City Hall Wedding

Kelly & Victor got married at the historical San Francisco City Hall. San Francisco City Hall is a landmark in Bay area. It attracts thousands of tourists each day. There are also many weddings held here each week. The lighting inside the City Hall is magical. After their wedding at San Francisco City Hall, we […]

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Great composition. The camera settings are at its optimum for achieving these beautiful effects. Keep up the good work!

Ed T - June 28, 2013 - 9:50 am

Amazing job David!