November 30, 2007

The Wiley Family





































Tuesday I shot the Wiley Family down in Provo. I have known them for almost over 8 years as Scott used to be in this Provo band called Sunfall Festival and he also runs June Audio in Provo which masters/produces a lot of local bands down in Provo etc. Horrible weather somehow produced some amazing images. Somehow this whole shoots looks like a catalog for fine living...good job Wiley family for showing us "fine living".

12 comments:

Kim said...

Seriously, I think this is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. Really.

Leo Patrone said...

These are the best family portraits I've seen in a long time.

Ra'anan said...

Holy crap! That's Scott! I knew he looked familiar, I haven't seen him in years.

Rebekah said...

I agree with Leo, definitely some of the best family portrait work I've seen. Wow, I'm just really impressed!! I looked at the pictures on instaproofs and they are really amazing.

Lucky Red Hen said...

Um, beautiful images, as usual, but these are especially amazing. It's like I just looked in a magazine (like Martha S). Plus, if she reads your blog... I think I met her once at Carrabba's when she was there for a dinner with us a year or so ago :o)

Courtney Sprague said...

These are GORGEOUS! I love them all. The composition of the headshots is so sweet, and I love the processing of everything...your colors are so, so beautiful! GORGEOUS!

Jonathan Canlas said...

thanks for the kind words. just fyi. there is no "processing" on these images in the fact I don't run ANY actions on any of the images. these are all shot on film (kodak 400vc and bw400cn). i heart, heart, heart film.

Lacey Gadwill said...

So cute! I especially love Mom and Baby on the bike. That's a particularly sweet image.

Mark said...

Film isn't dead. But it needs craftsmen like you to keep it alive.

You inspired me today.

jayme said...

these are the best family photos I have ever seen!!!!! great job and thanks for sharing them with us.

ps- you should be so proud of the fact they were shot on film, how awesome is that

Sharon said...

oh my gosh, these are amazing and so touching to see. I love how you are able to capture the spirit of each individual. Keep them coming Jon.

Lynne said...

fabulous, inspiring work jonathan! gregneil referred me to your site and I am so pleased to be a witness to your fantastic talent. keep up the good (film) work.