Okay, it's been over a month, so what the heck happened? Well, it's been a whole bunch of "busy," that's what! Wedding season had officially started for us back in March and it's starting to get a little crazy with Delumpa Photography, but that's okay - we like busy. :)
For those of you who follow our blog and not our facebook fanpage
, you've been missing out on a new thing we're doing this year called our "Sneak Peek" album. After every shoot, we'll post a small preview of it on our facebook page, yes, just a little sneak peek. It's not a blog, but just enough to satisfy that instant gratification the digital age has spoiled us with.
We'll also be doing other things with the blog besides posting our client photos. We'll be featuring wedding vendors and businesses who we LOVE, and just talking about things going on in our industry. Plus, we'll be taking a little dive into our personal lives, for those of you who don't already know us yet. Which reminds me, we need professional photos done of ourselves. That's what happens when you're behind the lens so much...
Okay, enough of my rambling - Stephanie & Tony are up next on the blog!!!! *applause*
When I first spoke to Stephanie during our initial client consult, she had told me all about her family and her wish to include them in the engagement session. No problem, it only makes sense - they're a huge part of their lives. Being HUGE Giants fans, they wanted to do their family photos at AT&T Park in San Francisco.
Julian, or "Juju" as they affectionately call him, is the newest addition to Stephanie & Tony's family. He was so full of energy. If we had let him run loose, he'd probably run a lap around AT&T park.
CJ, Juju, and Desiree!
Stephanie & Tony had met at the Dirty Martini (which is now known as the Parlor) in SF...
I think I speak for everyone that lives in the Bay Area when I say that we are truly blessed to have the beauty that surrounds us here. Bay Area residents have a lot of pride in where they live, and I always hear from couples that they want to feature the Bay in their photos, whether it's the Golden Gate Bridge, the city skyline, etc.
I love the bottom photo..it's great when couples can be spontaneous and be themselves in front of the camera. That's when we feel we've done our job. :)
Stephanie & Tony, thank you so much for a great day in the city! Marianne and I had a lot of fun meeting your family and feeling the love between you all. You two are truly blessed! Much love - Jeff & Marianne