Hugh and Lisa’s Calamigos Ranch Wedding in Malibu

I always have a great time with my clients and finding out about their lives/backgrounds and chatting to Hugh and Lisa about their work, and specifically Hugh’s job as a Urologist. (I had no clue what that was and had to ask) Hugh assured me if/when I ever have problems he’ll make sure I’m well taken care of, so we made sure to get some sweet shots for them of their wedding day 😉

It was really neat to witness/document the Ketubah Ceremony with Hugh and Lisa’s closest family and friends and learning a bit more about Jewish tradition.

Check out Hugh and Lisa’s slideshow from their Calamigos Ranch Wedding.

  • Pieman said:

    Beautiful couple and photos!

  • Pieman said:

    Beautiful couple and sweet photos!

  • equation=light falls off at the inverse square of the distance.

    An aperture is the opening that allows light in the camera.
    An f-stop controls the width of the aperture.

    ?? :)

  • Sweet posts and great to get the update. Sounds like you had a fantastic summer....

    I think Chris is *almost* right :) ....

    The *Inverse Square Law* is the equation for the fall off of light.

    An *Aperture* is the actual mechanism on one's camera that gets adjusted when one is deciding how much light they want to have pass through their lens. The number that defines how much light goes through is called the *F Stop*...

    I thought a more specific definition of F Stop might get me a bone... but I'm stoked just to have to think this early in the morning.

    Keep rockin' it you guys. Miss you....

  • Jackie Blackwell said:

    must be nice to have a urologist in your back pocket! :-)

  • Roshel said:

    You guys do Photos Gorgeous as usual! Keep up the awesome work!!!

  • correct, correct, incorrect....

    F-stop definition not quite right..

  • Meghan Incorvaia said:

    Im obsessed with the last bw pic of the couple embracing! It captures something so sweet ;)

  • Going back 12 years to the high school photography class that I dropped out of after the first week or so... F-stop is how fast the shutter clicks.

    lol :-)