by Utah Wedding Photographers James Erick Photography Utah
Emma & Andrews Winter Jordan Pines Bride & Groom Session was full of snow! It has finally snowed a lot now and was even snowing on us most of the session. But it was not as cold as it looked, probably around 32 degrees or so.
You can try and try, but you can never 100% get snow on a photoshoot. You can add snow to a photoshoot in post production, but the way you can tell if its fake is that there is no accumulation of snow on the couple. Snow programs just can do that. As you can see here in the pictures, we go snowed on.
I had to ask Emma sever times if she was freezing, but she always said no. I had thermals, a jacket and warm clothes on, but her dress was beautiful, but not really made for the snowy weather. I think she may have grown up in northern Canada...
I loved the contrast between Emma's red lipstick and the snow and Andrews sky-blue suit and the snow. Its always great to have some color in a winter photoshoot where everything is white including the brides dress.
The most difficult part of doing this shoot was that the snow was pretty deep in some places. I had ski pants on and snow boots so I went ahead and dug out a path for the couple to walk on, and sometimes I had to go back and forth to make the path better, and sometimes up hill and it got really tiring, but the pictures were well worth my effort.
Emma and Andrew are more of a serious couple, but I did get them to crack a few smiles during the shoot.
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The pictures above are just a very few of my favorites from Emma & Andrews Winter Jordan Pines Bride & Groom Session. Enjoy!