September 22, 2007

Wedding Photography Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach

Clara and Lee's wedding was to take place at St. Denis in Diamond Bar where day began with some light showers and dark clouds. As I waited for my special guest shooter Marianne Lozano, I checked the latest weather report on my iPhone. It was forecasted to rain all day this Saturday, but I wasn't worried at all. After all, I went 7 for 7 last year on Saturdays that were forecasted to rain - it would always clear up for me during my photo shoots. Now I can say I'm 8 for 8. As the day progressed, the clouds slowly disappeared and we had beautiful weather!

It's fun to shoot here because there's access to the balcony where you can see how large this church really is. From this vantage point I got plenty of great shots that show off it's beautiful architecture.

The release of the doves is always fun to watch!

Clara was such a naturally elegant bride - you can see how relaxed she is in all her portraits:

We continued Clara and Lee's bridal shoot at The Huntington Beach Hyatt Regency. There are so many great spots with exquisite lighting in this resort that make great backgrounds!








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Clara and Lee Moscal wedding pictures at Saint Denis in Diamond Bar and reception at Huntington Beach Hyatt Resort. Orange County wedding photography, Diamond Bar wedding photography, Huntington Beach Hyatt Regency wedding photos

6 comments:

sdohana said...

holy cow , that dove shot!

Peter Chung said...

I loved that dove release shot! Very beautiful!

Ricki Ford said...

These are really beautiful. Like Sdohana and Peter the dove shot rocks..

rowena said...

Oh how gorgeous as usual. I love the backdrops you used and really like the curtain one with all the colors.

Chris+Lynn said...

Stellar dove shot and I just love the casual elegance of that group formal - beautiful!
Peace+Happiness,
C+L

Christine Farah Photography said...

That one shot of the bride in black and white is soooo stunning! :) Beautiful photos!