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Monthly Archives: May 2012

adam+tasha {the views at superstition}| gold canyon, az wedding photographer | elisha j. schabel

This was my first time photographing at The Views at Superstition. It was super fun to be working at a new-to-me venue. It was beautiful and I enjoyed my night working with these two love birds, their crazy fun friends/family and all the staff. They were fabulous! Thanks for a great evening and I wish you two a lifetime of happiness, and beyond. xo…e Thank you! We all had a blast working together for your special day! If anyone is looking for the BEST DJ EVER, look up Oscar on Facebook (click here) and tell him I sent you! You’ll thank me later. He’s seriously the best I’ve ever worked with, ever. If you or someone you know is getting married, do give me a call. I’d LOVE to be your Photographer! elisha j. schabel | 801.414.4419 |

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solar eclipse | may 20th, 2012 | mesa, az photographer | elisha j. schabel

here’s my addition to the many thousands in the westcoast, that have probably photographed this solar eclipse tonight. I was completely unprepared and it was on the fly, very spur-of-the-moment. I didn’t know about it until my sister from NM, texted me asking if I was going to photograph it tonight (right as it was happening!). I looked it up on the internet and then outside and ran out the door. I didn’t have a filter. So, the best shots I got were right before it set. For a few others I got using my sunglasses as a make shift “filter” in front of the lens. It was such a beautiful sight to behold. I enjoyed my peaceful alone time as I photographed it and pondered about this beautiful world, God has created. Now my poor retinas need to rest. I keep seeing half moon “pacmans” every time I blink. :) …e *on the following two images you can only see the reflection of the eclipse on the side of the sun that was reflected off to the side of my sunglasses. I thought that was pretty cool as I didn’t know I even could see anything until I processed […]

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