Year in Review 2013
As we say good bye to 2013 I thought it might be fun to show you the other side of wedding photography and the silly side of us. I am blessed to work with my husband. I know no one has my back better than he does and that is a great feeling. I’m not saying there hasn’t been a learning curve working with someone as passionate about photography as I am. He always answers to “Mr. Barber” (his last name is Sallaz), “hey you”, “that guy”, with grace and a smile on his face. We seem to have found away to navigate life and the same career. I joke with him that we count the years we have been married in dog years because we work together.
Nobody poses better than a bride than Bill.
Selfie of Sherri with a fisheye lens
Bill doing a spell check for me in the sand at Highland Meadows Golf Course. You would appreciate the humor in is if you only knew what a bad speller I am.
Bill adding a little creativeity to the angle.
I am thinking of expanding my wedding photography crew.
I literally am giving the bride my shoes because her feet hurt too much.
Testing the light to balance it with the sky or just being silly because I can?
Bill rolled up his pant legs and went in to the creek for that perfect angle.
I only look confused 49 percent of the time. The rest of the time I am confused.
It’s raining again.
New boots so excited.
Wearing those new boots as the groom kept saying watch out for snakes. WHAT!
Riding the chair lift grand lake ski resort. I thought having the lap bar down was a good idea.
This bestman was really the best as he was also a sun shade.
We seem to sit a lot on the job.
You would think at 5ft 2 in I wouldn’t need to sit so much to make a better photograph.
Bill sitting on the side of the road waiting and waiting and waiting.
At least this time Bill is not sitting.
I wounder who legs are in the photograph. Oh their mine.
Bill is helping the bride and groom push the golf cart that stopped working. Under full discloser it was Bill’s fault it stopped working.
Don’t tell the hotel I am standing on their funiture with my shoes on. Sorry.
Bill on the upper porch at the Tapestry House. At least he’s standing.
I took this photo just incase he was eaten by a Mountain Lion.
Riding in a horse drawn carriage with no hands is not as easy as you would think.
Raining again, Thanks Tom Peak Impact Productions for the extra hand.
Bill in pursuit of his modeling career.
I’m sure I am saying something important.It probably sounds like how the adults talk on Charlie Brown, “wah wah wah wah.”
I’m working hard and look who is taking a little break.
Bill giving modeling lesions.
It’s fun to look back. I hope you enjoyed it too. Thanks for sharing you lives with us. I am looking forward to a strong 2014. I wish everyone successes, good health and happiness.
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