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rob & anne | after the wedding {trash the dress} session | phoenix, az wedding photographer | elisha j. schabel

you may remember this couples’ desert botanical gardens wedding {post} here is the session we did together 2 months after the wedding. typically in the industry we call this a “trash the dress” session. we don’t really “trash” it. it’s just an example of a more highly casual bride and groom session where we can get a little more artistic and funky in a sense, and put on cowboy boots if we want and not have to worry about keeping the dress pristine clean. it’s also a great idea to have a session with me, if you got your pictures back from your wedding photographer and didn’t like them or didn’t get the shots you were hoping for, or perhaps for the LDS bride and groom, getting sealed. or just for fun! it’s very intimate. and that’s what i love. call me and we can do a fun “trash the dress” session too! we can get as creative as you’d like! i adored this session, just like i adore them. blessings…e

black and white just says it more, sometimes.

yes there were wild horses at this location. my hopes are to tame them someday and let me pet them. a girl can dream right? i simply adore all of god’s creatures, especially horses. we were trying to creep up on them, ever so quietly, so we could get shots with them. they were very skittish. can you spot them?and i can even create a thank you card from your session to give to your family and guests. just a thought.p.s. we literally ended the session. i was the lucky one who got to drive this amazing truck all day! SO much fun. i felt as if i were driving a go cart at cedar point. we had to stop and get gas and i just couldn’t resist taking more very impromptu shots.

if you or someone you know is getting married please call me or email me today for a quote and availability! i’m SO in love with photography and to photograph you is my honor and privilege! |elisha j. schabel | ellejphotography@gmail.com | 801.414.4419

Happy LOVE month! …e

kim henderson the thank you one made me tear-up a little,great way to include the cultures!February 9, 2012 – 3:31 pm

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