Monday, May 31, 2010

Who's your Daddy?

Ok! We are going to play a game today! I want you all to meet sweet lil Jaxton, the flirty lil baby of one of my old bridal clients! I met up with them again this weekend to photograph the newest member of their little family. :)

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Isn't he so sweet? Now, this lil cutie has what I think is a very striking feature which he shares with his Daddy. Below you will see a series of pictures of my past grooms on their wedding days, before they had kids (if they have any... some of these guys don't!).
One of these handsome men is the father of baby Jaxton!
Do you think you can match Jaxton up with the right groom? LOL

Potential Father A:
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Potential Father B:
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Potential Father C:
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Potential Father D:
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Potential Father E:
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Post a comment
and leave your vote! The sooner you vote, the sooner you will find out the answer to our Maury Povich drama over here. ;)

So tell me... WHO'S THE DADDY?


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The winner can pick which kind of post I do next, or ask any burning questions they have of me for another Q & A session! Or, just relish in the knowledge they have a good eye. ;)

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Nicki & Dustin: Washington, D.C. LDS Temple (Updated!)

(I just updated this again with more pictures... Otherwise this is going to stretch out into like 10 posts... there are over 3,000 negatives from this trip! :-O )

Just a widdle sneaky peeky for Dusty & Nick & fam since their reception in St. George, Utah is today! I hope you guys have a great night!

Here is just a taste of what I shot at my biggest, furthest-away-ever fancy destination wedding in Washington DC, Maryland & Virgina last weekend!

To the family and friends of all of my clients: You are WELCOME to post these images on your blogs or Facebooks/MySpaces. Just be sure to not in any way alter, remove or obscure the watermarks, and be sure to include a link back to my website where ever the images appear: http://www.eheizerphotography.com :)

Bridals, Groomals, Siblings on both sides, Temple pictures!

If you are not familiar with LDS "sealing" ceremonies, please hop on over to this wonderful blog-article. It explains things perfectly to anyone with any questions. :)

PS: WHO is going to be my 50th follower I wonder? Hmmmmm! ;)

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This ring shot has such nice bokeh (I'm so proud) that I just have to post it full size too.
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Coming out the doors!
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The bride and her six siblings:
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The groom and his!

Couple extra from the open house- this post needed some babies!
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Special thank you to clients Kristin & Shirlene for sending me the referral! :)

Sealed for time and all eternity... Congratulations to Dustin & Nicki. :)

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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Home. (Washington DC and Virgina Wedding)

I said "Hi" to Mr. Lincoln on all of your behalfs. You're totally welcome, by the way.
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I feel totally dumb for not going to the Capitol or the White House. I had it in my head, but it never transpired into words coming out of my mouth. Am I stupid or what? Good thing the sister of the bride (who is single, young and still early in her college career, but I am super confidant in her husband-attracting abilities) has totttaaallly already committed to hiring me as her wedding photographer. Phew! At least I'll have another chance to redeem myself. One of the guards at the Lincoln Memorial asked for my business card too, because she was so impressed we had a permit to do pictures when we showed up at 6am on Friday morning. Yay for Emily. Government officals are starting to not hate me and yell at me anymore for trespassing. Yay! (claps hands dorkily)

Monday, May 17, 2010

Katie J., Class of 2010!

I did a preview just a few days ago and now I have the full post here for you to enjoy!
http://www.TheJimenezFam.Shutterfly.com

Ps: I know I am posting WAY too many guitar pictures, but can you blame me? lol

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