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18 degrees and still smiling

Posted on Wednesday, February 1st, 2017
layton family photographer, kaysville family photographer

Many people put off family pictures in the winter because they worry they won't look good. To be honest, snowy family pictures are some of my favorites - even though I can't stand the cold:) The key is focusing on a truly great arrangement. I photographed this awesome family during freezing temps

I’m a terrible Blogger

Posted on Friday, January 6th, 2017
Engagement pictures in the snow, photography layton utah, park city photographer

Yes, my blogging skills are pathetic, but wouldn't you rather have an amazing photographer than an amazing blogger:) To kick off the crazy wedding-booking season I thought I'd post a few fun snow pictures from an engagement session this week. If you are one of the lucky couples who became engage

Yes, you want an engagement session!

Posted on Thursday, May 12th, 2016
black and white engagements

I get asked a lot, "How much less for the wedding package if we don't need an engagement session?" Then the next month they say, "Soooo, we just saw the pictures our friend took for our engagement session. How much to add one back in to your package?" It's hard to beat a professional engagement

Lots of snow

Posted on Friday, January 15th, 2016
layton wedding photographer, salt lake wedding photographer, park city wedding photographer

For winter weddings you cross your fingers for a snowy day like this.  It makes for a cold couple, but the pictures are SO worth it. [envira-gallery id="1077"]

Beautiful Winter Wedding

Posted on Wednesday, December 30th, 2015
layton utah wedding photographer

The perfect winter wedding would be 50 degrees with snow.  Unfortunately, to get a beautiful snowy day you are looking at freezing temperatures.  As long as you can put your "warm face" on you will have incredible pictures just like these. [envira-gallery id="1079"]