Café con leche ☕️ This year I have the idea of take quite a lot of pics of Opi and me. After years taking pictures to other people I had forgotten to take photos of us. I’m not a selfie fan, I have no idea of how to look normal in those photos. But without looking at the camera everything becomes easier and more natural. This is us in #bali in our lovely outdoor shower. We fucking miss this place. 💦
Este año me he planteado algo. Durante los últimos años he hecho muchísimas fotos a otras personas pero muy pocas a Opi y a mi. Así que eso va a cambiar. Este año trataré de combinar ambas cosas, porque no podemos olvidar lo que de verdad es importante. Además nadie mejor que nosotros mismos para probar cosas, experimentar y pasar un buen rato, ¿os gusta la idea? 🌴
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Can’t wait to share my next wedding video with you guys! What are some of your favorite moments to watch in wedding videos?
Monday has me feeling super excited for the week ahead. Single digit weather and all.
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Donna and Geoffry wanted something unique for their engagement session. Both from NYC, they had seen it all - what could we do that was not like everything else? When Donna posed this question to me I knew immediately, The Wave. It would not be easy, I knew. Permits were hard to come by and I have numerous friends in Utah that have been on the waiting list for years. It was a long shot, but why not try? Well, fate was on our side and I will never forget my excitement when I opened the email from Donna - she had gotten the permits. It was a freaking miracle. Off we went. We started on the southern border of Arizona, a sunny (albeit desolate) place called Wire Pass. It took us a few hours and I ride from a stranger to get there, thanks to some melting snow creating a small river through the only road in. Nothing was going to stop me and Donna, we’d come to far to give up now. From Wire Pass you head south towards the border in search of The Wave trailhead (found by photo matching images sent with the permit). We hiked for 4+ hours, I was sure we were lost (and equally as sure that we did not take the correct path). I remember I sat my sweaty body down against some rock that was hiding itself in shade and took a huge drink of water only to realize we had made it. My choosen resting place just happened to be the back end of the slot canyon that lead to the infamous sandstone formation. It feels pretty amazing charge of your own adventure. It feels pretty amazing to watch the sun change the landscape and unplug and navigate and connect with people. Link in stories ❤️ #annajonesweddings#whpwanderlust
Getting Ready // it’s not happened much recently, but in the past I’ve had couples dismiss this as a part of the day they wanted documented. I get it - our whole industry slathers us with lovely slowmo shots of shoes and dresses and perfume and stuff and that’s just not some peoples jam. People have so many options now in this world to create something that is uniquely theirs, which leads to certain things being discarded. This is a good thing - but I encourage my couples that these in-between moments can be as important as the ceremony. This is what what I consider prep photos are about. Consider who is there with you, and communicate your values with your vendors to make something that reflects this.