Vintage Babes Photoshoot

We were planning to go to Squaw peak for a photoshoot but it rained on that day and riding in Morgan’s open-roof Jeep was not a wise idea. In the end, we jumped into Miranda Bell‘s car and went to Temple Quarry trail for a quick photoshoot. One of our models, Cathryn, taught us that┬áTemple […]

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Off Roading in Butterfield Canyon

I heard Butterfield Canyon is one of most underrated canyon to visit. It overlooks the Bingham Copper mine, its road is pretty narrow, and some are still dirt roads. Luckily one of my friend just bought a Jeep so we made through the canyon just fine. Rocky roads video…   Outfit: 1970s Blue Folklore Embroidery […]

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Wildflower Blooming in the Canyon

Finally the wildflowers are in the Cottonwood Canyons. I collaborated with another photographer, Manuel Rascon for this photoshoot. Location: Big Cottonwood Canyon Editing style: popping the dark lines. A bit moody yet vibrant. Models: @Dominique_n_k_ and @Amanda.solt.modeling Before & After: Manuel Rascon tried out something different and a bit out of his comfort zone. He […]

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Not so Quiet Backyard Small Wedding

Throughout my first wedding job, surprisingly, I was not nervous at all. Perhaps it was the relaxed ambiance of a small backyard wedding and the presence of much laugher. I wish the goofy married couples, Tyler & Ashlee, a happy married life. ­čÖé Style of the edited photos: Radiant, warm and brings out everyone’s nice […]

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Thyme & Place

A fun gardening class would definitely make my “hippie” friend happy on her birthday. I found a “Make a Concrete Container” class at a local gardening shop, Thyme & Place, so I signed both of us up. Second, I want to trying something new.┬áThe shop owner and class instructor were super friendly because they let […]

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Photographer Meetup Photoshoot

I randomly found this photographer meet-up on Reddit. I decided to check it out. Why not. Maybe make some new friends? Oh yes, I did make some new friends and it was pretty awkward for me too. Why was it awkward? You can totally tell there are some clicks of people. The style is a […]

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Photography Diploma from Youtube

I think I might have a photography diploma from Youtube but there is no diploma paper. It is 21st century, internet has so many free educational information and it is endless. And Youtube always keep me updated with new photography skill almost each week. Here are some of my favorite photography Youtube channels: Marc Levoy […]

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Photoshoot with Chelsey

I found this beautiful flowy 1950’s chiffon red frock and I really want to capture the movement of the dress. Chelsey Bee was the right person for the job! She was a figure ice skater and her movement of spinning and jumping are very graceful and natural. Equipment: Sony a7rII + Sony 35mm Funny thing, […]

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Stewart Falls

Lately, Andrew Kearns inspired me to go explore the woods of Utah more. Second, this year is a lot more cooler. It is so cold up in the mountains that many of mountain passes hasn’t open yet like Albion Basin. Last year, Albion Basin already opened in mid-spring and the wildflowers were blooming in the […]

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Explore Little Cottonwood

After couple failed attempts to go to Albion Basin (still closed due to snow), we felt back to random hiking trails along the little cottonwood road. I do not know all the names but we did checkout Lisa Falls. We checkout the Lisa Falls 6:30 am in the morning. It was brutal! Camera Equipments: Sony […]

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