Tuesday, March 20, 2012

AWESOME SHOOTER SERIES: SAN FRANCISCO CHIC

This post is a salute to one of my fave photographers, Ryan Chua of San Francisco.  He wanted to do a stylized shoot with some of my gowns with San Francisco landmarks as a backdrop.  We could have gone forever chasing the gorgeous landscapes but ran out light--we did get as far as The Palace of Fine Arts,  Marina docks and Presidio.  A truly beautiful day and shoot . . . .




CREDITS
Photography by Ryan Chua
Gowns and headpieces by Amy-Jo Tatum Bride
Makeup by Juliane Chai
Hair by Penny Do
Models: Dan and Becky

13 comments:

NaNa said...

Wow these photos are amazing!! And the dresses are so stunningly beautiful <3

Love from the NaNa girls x

Isabel Bianchi said...

Very nice shooting and dresses! Love the second one! Very 50´s!
xxoo
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MosaMuse said...

love the bottom of that dress... with the lace on the back!!
beautiful.
xo
MosaMuse

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The Blonde Duck said...

So pretty!

mirjam schuurkamp said...

wow this dress is amazing
Really love the layers!
LOVEit

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mirjam schuurkamp said...

wow this dress is amazing
Really love the layers!
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FAshiOnistA ErA said...

absolutely love it!! the outfit is gorgeous :)

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Mia Silver said...

super cool pictures! very romantic!

{The Perfect Palette} said...

lovely dresses and lovely locales.

Punctuation Mark said...

amazing photo shoot!

Nicole Rene said...

Ooh I love all these images!!! That one dress with the lace in teh back is so beautiful

Videographer said...

I agree to pictures look great! well done

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