It is Christmas Time, and it is time for the Holiday Party Season. As a SF Bay Area Corporate Event Photographer, this month I have been busy photographing and providing Photobooth service for many companies in the Silicon Valley. Last week, I was asked to photographed a Corporate Event at the last minute. The event was taken place at the beautiful Poppy Ridge Golf Club located in the beautiful Livermore Valley which is a great drive, populated by great wineries like Concannon and Wente. This last minute Corporate Event turned out to be one of the funnest party that I have photographed as a SF Bay Area Event Photographer. For the evening’s entertainement, they feature a local magician who calls himself the Amasingh Magician. His last name is Singh, got it? He was wowing everyone with many of his tricks and some of which made scratch my head. At one time, he asked 2 boys in the audience to assist him. He gave the little one a spoon to hold inside a thick napkin. Then he asked the other boy to hold a card with a spoon drawing. Then using his mind, he asked the little boy to unveil the black napkin. There it was, a bent spoon. Then he turned aroound to the other boy, his spoon drawing was also bent. Then he asked the lady in the crowd to hold 2 bunny rabbits made of foam and held them tight in her hands. When he asked her to open her hands, there there was 4 additional little bunnies apeearing out of nowhere. The night continued with fun dancing, where the DJ played fun dance Bollywood and popular dance songs. You can see how the night went from the images below. If you are looking for a San Jose Corporate Event Photographer for your Company Holiday Party. please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to hear from you and possibly work with your company.
I photographed Roger’s Wedding and now that Christmas Holiday is coming up, it is time for the Christmas Family Session. Their son is so cute and he has such high energy, he runs around a lot but sometimes that’s a great subject to capture. For the location, we chose the Lake Vasona Park in Los Gatos. On the winter time, the vegetation are lush and there are plenty of fallen leaves on the ground. If you are looking for a San Jose Family Photographer, please visit my site: www.harrywhophotography.com.
I love photographing short Wedding at SF City Hall because it is such a beautiful building with so many giant windows, so when Sherry called me to cover her big day with Ray, I was elated. Both of their parents unfortunately could not attend so they were represented by uncles and aunts and their sons and daugthers. They chose the Dome as their Wedding location and the ceremony was pretty quick, lasting 15 minutes at the most. Here are some of the images that I shot that day. I actually just booked 2 more Wedding at SF City Hall this year, so I will be coming back up in the Summer.
Mike and Lauren are both dedicated teachers who met in their Graduate School. They lived in Kazakhstan for a couple of years and traveled the world together. They are planning to get married in Saratoga Spring in 2016, because Lauren grew up in the Bay Area. Like almost every couple that I photographed, they were so nervous about the shoot. We talked prior the session and I gave them assurance that they can be themselves, in fact that’s what I really want them to do, because I’d like to capture who they really are. Seemed that my assurance was working because they were having fun and I only have to direct them very little in the 2 hours we were out. They had a great laugh and were feeling at ease during the entire shoot. Here are a few images from the 2 hour engagement session at Roaring Camp. We even managed to catch the beautiful sunset near the Santa Cruz marina.
Mike and Allison met while they were attending their University studying the Chemical Engineering which I think one of the toughest subject to master. They have chosen the intimate Pichetti Winery in Cupertino for ceremony and reception location of their Wedding. Families and friends came from all over California and Nevada to participate in their Union. The Ceremony takes place at the back of the main house in the Winery. After which, the guests spent their time mingling at the front of the Winery at the cocktail hours. They didn’t have DJ but the wine are flowing. Instead of a Wedding cake, family members created a huge spread of home made deserts. . 🙂 Here are some of my favorite images from their Picchetti Winery Wedding.
To find out more information on Picchetti Winery, please visit Picchetti Winery in Cupertino.