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Wheeler Farm Bride Groom Session


Wheeler Farm Bride Groom Session with Sarah & Parker

by Utah Wedding Photographers James Erick Photography Utah

It was a beautiful day for our Wheeler Farm Bride Groom Session and we got a great combination of sunny and cloudy weather, a perfect day for pictures. Usually no matter where you go its only one or the other, but this was a perfect day to take pictures. In fact it was so busy it was sometimes difficult to find a place where there were no other people in the background. During the first look shot where Sara came up behind Parker and put her hands over his eyes, she turned him around and just at that moment a guy walked right past them. luckily I took a lot of shots, so I just deleted that one.

I already shot Parker and Sara’s Engagement session about a month ago, and I knew this Wheeler Farm Bride Groom Session was going to be fun. During that shoot we walked all over Antelope Island and even right into the muddy water. Parker & Sara were easy to work with and were very comfortable just being themselves. But the Wheeler Farm Bride and Groom Session was even better!

Every time I come her to shoot, I notice things I had not seen before. My favorite so far was the wooden shed, perfect for a vintage effect later, and great for high saturation pictures. also there are trails all over the place weaving in and out of other ones so it’s easy to get lost if you have not been there a lot. Doing a Wheeler Farm Bride & Groom Session also means getting a lot of animals in your shots. As the sun was setting I grabbed some grass near the fence by the horses and handed it to Sara to feed to the horse.

For more information about shooting your own Wheeler Farm Bride Groom Session call us at 801-678-6240 or go to the Wheeler Farm website at: www.wheelerfarm.com

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