Elaine + Bryan Part 1 | Los Angeles Lifestyle Portrait Photographer

This is a long overdue post and thank you to Elaine and Bryan for being so patient with me during this busy month. This is the second time that I have had the honor of photographing Elaine. You can see the first session with Elaine and the story of how we met here.

My sweet and talented friend, Elaine, asked if I would do a lifestyle session of her and her boyfriend of 5 years, Bryan. Well to say that I was honored to be asked and ecstatic that I can hang out with Elaine again would be an understatement. You see, Elaine and I met many months ago and hit it off so well that we had wanted to find some time to hang out again. However, due to both our busy schedules and our physical distance it has been difficult to come up with an agreeable date. :) Thankfully, we both had 7/23/11 available so had planned on shooting at a location that reflects both her and Bryan’s style. Another plus, was that I’ve always wanted to shoot at the famous Griffith Observatory! Score!

Be forewarned that this was a massive lifestyle session and a massive post so I must split this into two posts! 😛 All the images came out beautifully so I can’t cram everything into one post can I?

We started at the Observatory bright and early to avoid the crowds and get that softer summer light. Elaine always knows how to work that camera! Rawr!

Aren’t they adorable together? I just love how they fit into each other so perfectly…two pieces of a jig saw puzzle. Sweet!The light in this all glass corridor is scrumptious!!! I love how it bounces off every surface! 

The chemistry between Bryan and Elaine is palpitating! I am totally honored to be able to capture their 5 years of love and life together.Ok, seriously. How infectious is her smile? Just brightens your day doesn’t it?

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  1. Wonderful post. A picture is worth than thousands words. Photography is indeed the best way to express your feelings and depicts the era. I love photography and look over the web for finding useful stuff for the same. I came across your blog and after subscribing in my feeder I hope you will keep on the good posts like this continuously. Thanks You

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