Brady & Kayleigh, Provo Canyon Engagements!


Its been far too long since I have updated my blog and I figured this was a great set of pictures to use for it! I had a wonderful session with this amazing couple up above Sundance in Provo Canyon! These two are very photo-genic and fun to be with! I’m so excited for their wedding day!

This last one was done using a method called the Brenizer method. This is a breif explanation of what that is: “Essentially it is the same concept used by landscape photographers known as panorama stitching except instead of stitching a bunch of horizontal shots together to form a wide image, the images are horizontally and vertically stitched to create a wide and tall image not unlike a square. And because you are stitching together many files, you are creating a very high resolution image that can hold up to very large print sizes without loss in quality. By shooting at a very shallow depth-of-field (DOF) and then stitching the shots together, you’re exaggerating the shallow DOF.” To read more, visit: http://blog.buiphotos.com/2009/07/the-brenizer-method-explained-with-directions/

Thanks again to Brady and Kayleigh for asking me to do the pictures for you! Can’t wait for the formals!

To see more of my work, visit my webstite, http://www.ldsphotographer.com or my facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/pearsonphoto

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8 comments
  1. Tia said:

    LOVE these!

  2. The location is gorgeous. I love all the leading lines!

  3. Syna said:

    These are way cute! great job keep them coming 😉

  4. malia said:

    they are super cute

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