Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas.
We’re so excited that Borrowed and Blue has chosen to feature this wedding! It was one of our favorites this year. Any event that includes this many children is a hit with us.
To see lots of details of this beautiful wedding and read about how Jon proposed, head on over to Borrowed and Blue.
Venue: Montecito Country Club
Photography: Isabel Lawrence Photographers
Floral: Louloudi Boutique Floral Design
Music: Andromeda String Quartet,
Safari Jazz Trio
Elite Disc Jockeys
Cakes & Pastries: Christine Dahl Pastries
We hope you enjoyed this Los Angeles wedding photography provided by Isabel Lawrence Photographers offering Los Angeles wedding photography in the Los Angeles metro area.
Isabel Lawrence Photographers have distinguished themselves as the premier Los Angeles wedding photographers. Together Isabel and Lawrence have photographed hundreds of weddings, making them one of the most experienced and respected Los Angeles wedding photography studios in the Los Angeles area.
Isabel Lawrence Photographers also offers coverage in Santa Barbara, Orange County and destinations worldwide.
Isabel Lawrence Photographers offers Los Angeles wedding coverage in the Los Angeles metro area, including but not limited to Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Orange County CA and the surrounding areas.
Not looking for a Los Angeles wedding photographer? Isabel Lawrence Photographers also does family portrait sessions and pet photography in the Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Orange County areas.
I thought I’d share a different kind of family photo session today.
Daisy and Matt are simply crazy about their Siberian Husky puppy, Ghost, and who could blame them? Have you ever seen a cuter face?! I can attest that he is as sweet as he is adorable. Larry and I had so much fun photographing him and his parents in their home recently.
Our pets are such cherished members of our family but we often don’t think about photographing them regularly like we do our two-footed children.
If you’ve always wanted photos like these of your dog, now is the time to book your session. We are including an additional 11×14″ art print in our pet photography package until February 1st! Contact us at the studio for details.
To see more adorable pups, check out our Buried Bone Photo website.
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We recently got a call from the mother of one of our former clients. She was near tears as she explained that her daughter’s album was badly damaged by Hurricane Sandy. As is often the case, a couple’s wedding album becomes a treasured family heirloom and to see it in this soggy condition is quite distressing. I reassured her that because we had stored the negatives safely over the years, remaking the album would be no problem. We’ll keep you updated on its progress.
If you are in possession of photo negatives, either from your wedding or from when your mom or dad would document your family vacations with the trusty old Kodak Instamatic, here are some tips for keeping them safe:
1) Keep your negatives in the sleeves they came in. Photo labs use acid free sleeves that won’t discolor or cause damage over the years.
2) Store in a cool dry place. Do not keep them in a basement or attic.
If the temperature is comfortable for you then it’s good for your negatives.
3) Lay them flat in a sturdy acid free cardboard box, you don’t want them getting crimped.
Follow these simple steps, and your children and their children will be able to have prints made from your negatives.
If you are in the market for acid free boxes or negative sleeves, Archival Methods will have everything you need.