Category: Couples

Brynn & Kaden’s Engagements
I have known Kaden since elementary and Brynn since junior high. I love that my job makes it so I can capture some of my best friends love stories. ALSO. can we talk about utah mountains for a second?! Moment of silence please. These colors, views, and trees will never get old. If you have never been to Utah, get your booty here now.   Did you know I offer mentoring sessions? Find out more details here http://jordybphoto.com/mentoring/   ANDDDD did you know Jordy B Photo is on Pinterest?! Receiving over 145k monthly views, Pinterest is one of my favorite ways to showcase all these beautiful couples. https://www.pinterest ...
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Olivia & Parker @ The Great Saltair
There are so many talented human beings in this world. Which is why I am deciding to make this blog post! I want to share with you some of my favorite wedding vendors in Utah that I have worked with before and been blown away by their work. THESE PEOPLE DESERVE THE SPOTLIGHT. No they did not pay me to put them in this post, I just really admire them and what they have to offer brides and grooms. If you are looking for a hair stylist, florist, dress, etc. I think you'll love this post.   Photographer: Hi. Hello. Me please   Where to look for a wedding dress: Alta Moda Bridal Bridal Closet   Hair and Ma ...
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For The Love
I recently had an 'aha' moment I wish I would've had when I was beginning my photography career. Early on I had a goal to find my 'style' and make sure I stuck to it so when people booked me, they knew what type of images they were going to receive. I felt pressured (mostly by myself) to find a style I could classify as 'dark and moody' or 'light and airy.' I was LOVING the dark, moody, warm images so I tried to find my niche in the moody world of photography. Editing was hard and frustrating. I would have shots that would probably look incredible if my style was light and airy, but that was not the look I was going for so I HAD to make the i ...
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Engagements in Utah’s Backyard
FILLING MY BRAIN In the past couple months I have come across some pretty amazing people that are sharing their talents with the community. I want to share with you what I've found so you can up your game and business.   1- 25 Marketing Tips You Could Be Doing Right Now (FREE!) D'Arcy Benincosa is AMAZING. I have found so much inspiration through her lately. She is truly a marketing master. My notes were filled with how I can become a better business person and up my marketing game OTHER than instagram. CLICK HERE   2- Eden Strader's Harsh Light Workshop OKAY. I was lucky enough to review this workshop and give s ...
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Jessica & Blake’s Italian Bridals
Jessica and Blake were engaged in Rome, so these Italian themed bridals were a perfect fit. I have been dyinggg to post this session and now that their wedding day has past, I'm throwing them out for the world to see. We were having so much fun we basically shot until there was no more light to shoot in.   This shoot was featured over on Utah Valley Bride and you can see it HERE   I shot these on a Canon 5D Mark IV. Canon 35mm 1.4 + Canon 50mm 1.4 & Kelvin white balance. Edited in Lightroom + Photoshop. Leave any questions in the comments!   xx
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Squaw Peak Engagement Run Down
I'm going to walk you through the steps of this whole photoshoot and include a few tips and tricks along the way! Community over competition. If you want to learn even more from a one-on-one with me head here for more information about my mentoring sessions!   One of my favorite parts of a session is getting to know the couple. It's exciting to learn how they met, how he proposed, how long they have been dating, what they like to do together, etc. I met these two at a nearby grocery store and then drove up the canyon together. I got to learn so much about them and see how they interact with each other just from the drive up. I coul ...
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Emma & Jesse
So here's the deal... before this shoot I was feeling SO DOWN about my photography. Being an artist means riding a constant roller coaster. One minute you feel like the best photographer in the world, and the next you feel like chucking your camera off a cliff. Before they came to pick me up, I was searching Pinterest for inspiration of how I wanted this shoot to feel. I knew Emma had a contagious smile and I knew I wanted to capture that. I also knew I wanted to capture the emotions that they were feeling and have been feeling through this whole adventure of falling in love with each other. We had so much fun laughing and shooting. (and stop ...
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Mountain Anniversary Shoot
I shot Camille and Tanner's wedding a year ago and when Camille asked me to take anniversary pictures for them I was SO excited. They are such a fun and loving couple and I was pumped that I got to hangout with them again. I love anniversary shoots for multiple reasons. One being that I get to see my cute couples again and two... I get to see how much their love has grown after a year of being married. These pictures were shot at Tibble Fork Reservoir in Utah. For all you Utah people, the reservoir is CRAZY full right now and the deadness of winter has finally gone away. GREEN MOUNTAINS STAY FOREVER. please.   xx   ...
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Jessica & Jordan’s Rocky Engagements
Picture this... For whatever reason you have to evacuate your house and you can only take ONE item with you. (your family and pets are safe) WHAT WOULD IT BE. Am I the only one that thinks of this question daily? yes? k. cool. Here are some happy engagements to scroll through while you ponder the above question.   xx
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Olympic National Park
Last year I decided to invest in an amazing workshop hosted by some pretty incredible people. The Alpine Northwest workshop (@alpinenorthwest or alpinenw.photo/) was an experience that led me to new friends and much needed inspiration. I added a little 'Behind The Scenes' picture at the end of this post showing the madness that went on behind the cameras.   xx      
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