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I was going to photograph Sharmeen and Jules’ wedding on May 10th, but they had to postpone their big day for a future date when the Army decided to relocate them to Fairbanks, Alaska. So, we made do with a great engagement portrait session at Point Defiance Park just a few days before their moving […]

Welcome to the end of our three-part Wallflower Photography Best of 2012 blog series with Part 3: Casual Couples Portraiture! This post includes all portrait sessions with couples in casual, non-wedding dress. It’s the only type of photography we do at Wallflower Photography, other than weddings. That said, most of the photos presented here are […]

A few days ago we featured highlights from Natalie and Nathan’s engagement portrait session at Tacoma’s Point Defiance Park here on the Wallflower Blog. For engaged couples, having an engagement portrait session is a great idea for two main reasons. The less obvious reason is to get used to working with your photographer, and your […]

Natalie and Nathan’s engagement portraits fell on the perfect April day at Point Defiance Park, with blue skies, a warm sun, and spring flowers everywhere. We also took a quick trip across the road to photograph around the pond and redwood in the lower part of the Japanese Garden. Then we were off down Five […]

Jessicca and Boyd’s wedding, on the last day of March, brought me to The Ruston Chapel (which at the time was called Divine Elegance Wedding Chapel) for the very first time. I drive by this cute church-turned-wedding venue often, since it’s near the main entrance to Point Defiance Park, a place I visit often for […]

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