September 11, 2008

Emily & Paul - 8.16.2008 - Wolf Creek Ranch UT






































































































If you are wondering, how did this wedding get put up before the San Diego wedding on Aug 2nd, let alone the wedding in Paris on Aug 9th? Well, this is what happens when the wrong wedding gets scanned out of sequence. Don't worry, San Diego will be up in the next day or so and next week Paris. Get ready, its going to be awesome. There is a rehearsal dinner from this wedding as well that will get posted later.

What a celebration this was. Total destination wedding on top of a mountain that looked over the back side of Timpanogos. A big thank you to Colby over at C-3 Design who made the event look amazing. All I had to do was show up. Flowers by Orchid Dynasty.

You can view the whole event and order prints HERE.

14 comments:

Michelle said...

Absolutely STUNNING wedding. Wow! The flowers are particularly wonderful!

Emily@oncewed said...

What a fabulous wedding!! I love the tables and lanterns hanging from the barn ceiling.

Whitney Hardie said...

The black and white shot with her one eye peeking out...rocked my world. Awesome!

Susan Helms said...

First of all...I love your photography! Second...I think what you are doing for the Nies is amazing. Third....I also use blogspot for my photography site and am unable to figure out how to list more than five pictures per post. Can you help me with this problem? Thanks

Susan Helms
www.susanhelms.blogspot.com

EMILY, RYAN, JACK & CASHMAN said...

Oh Jon. You are so good at what you do. The colors in some of those photos are so beautiful. You are untouchable. (emily)

Molly W. said...

Wow. Another knock out Jonathan!

allison said...

stunning!

This may very well be my favorite wedding you've ever posted. Love the venue, love the country feel...

{sigh...}

Kate Benson said...

The light on these is lovely, plus I love anything Cowboy themed if it's done right, and in this wedding, it was. Great job Jonathan.

Heather @ Southern Weddings said...

Beautiful! I love the bride's dress!

Anna Page Photography said...

It is ridiculous how good you are! :)

Anonymous said...

these pictures are amazing! right now im taking a film photography class, it's so encouraging to see such amazing pictures coming out of a film camera! love them! love your work, i could only hope to be half as great as you are! :)

Jonathan Canlas said...

in this world of the newest shiniest greatest digital slr, film can be completely looked at as a dead medium. i truly hope that my images scream loud and clear that film is not dead.

it is a lot easier to shoot film than a lot of people think :).

Anonymous said...

my only concern would be that the shots don't out as great as i would hope, and then i would let down the people who wanted me to create a memory on film for them. it must be a little nerve-racking waiting for the film to develop and not knowing what your gonna get until it comes out. maybe an adrenaline rush too...

Jonathan Canlas said...

there is nothing nerve racking about it. being film FORCES you to know that when you hit that shutter, no matter what, it turned out. no happy surprises. when i take a photo i know 1000% it is exactly how i wanted it to be...