It’s funny how things workout sometimes. A few weeks ago I met Micah and Anastasia at Union Station to shoot there engagement session. They told me that they wanted to go with a vintage look but I can honestly say I was not expecting to see such great outfits. I mean I really felt like I was shooting a couple in 1946. Excited as can be, we started our session and just ten minutes into our session security asked us to leave due to property regulations. Needless to say that we were all very upset. But when there is a will there is definitely a way. We acted on the fly and found some nearby landmarks that served as a great back drop for what we were trying to accomplish. This day was full of divine ordered events. I mean we even came across a gentlemen with a classic Ford pick-up that he allowed us to use for a couple of shots as he was running late for work. After the rough start to our shoot it seemed that everything else fell into place. Oh, did I mention that this was the hottest day of the year and we started our session at 3pm! >:-(
After hanging out in the 1940′s for a while we headed to the other side of Los Angeles to capture the 1990′s. Graffiti art…Chili Fritos…Overalls… I mean they really came with it for this engagement session! I always say that I am only as good as the clients that I work with and I can honestly say that Micah and Anastasia were the perfect couple to work with. We had a great time shooting, laughing, and clowning around. (Little Known Fact) Both Micah and Anastasia claimed to be nervous and have no clue as to what they were doing. :-/ …Surrrreee. I really can’t wait for their wedding. God truly is good. Congratulations you two!