Rosanne and Pablo sneak a kiss as they walk down to the beach. The view from the top of Marine Street down to the ocean is one of my faves in all of San Diego.
Rosanne’s choice of dress was the perfect pop of color for this windy, dreary day. The movement of the dress is the cherry on top.
Portraits in the wind are always fun (top). This bottom photo is electric and I knew it as soon as I clicked the shutter.
Minus the palm trees, I feel like this image could be on the South Coast of England. Alas, it’s La Jolla, and I love the pop of color from Rosanne’s dress that breaks up the monochromatic feel of the image.
A low tide means the tide pools are exposed. It’s the perfect place for some subtle black and white portraits.
An empty beach is the perfect spot to pick up your girl and give her a spin.
Or a piggy-back ride!
Marine Street engagement photos are great because:
- Marine Street is a horseshoe-shaped beach. Why is this good? It means shooting along the water gives you a land background in either direction.
- Marine Street is off the beaten path. It’s tucked away in a residential neighborhood which keeps the crowds down.
- The sand is powdery soft, which means comfort for my subjects!
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