The story started with a ring that opened a new gate in their lives. The celebration for this important moment was held in Negro Bar, that was originally a large gravel bar on the south side of the American River. The venue was named for the African-American gold miners who discovered gold there during the 1849 California Gold Rush. For a few years, it rewarded the owners with a steady yield of coarse gold dust. Chris and Raquel are a fun loving couple, that took the challenge to create unique photos very seriously. Together, they climbed the large rocks of the northern bank of the American River in Folsom, California to find a perfect spot for the shoot. A professional photographer will follow his clients anywhere, in order to enhance their experience. A nice spot on the Folsom Truss bridge was the perfect place for a kiss to cap off the evening. This photo was a cherry on the top for their collection of memories. They were absolutely amazed to see the finished photos and proudly showed the masterpieces to friends and family. The couple said that they would recommend the photographer to anyone that is looking for a professional approach and amazing results.
Love can conquer even the highest mountains. The bride and groom-to-be were not afraid to climb large rocks, so their engagement photos turned out to be fantastic.
WE BELIEVE IN: THE STRENGTH OF LOVE , THE BOND OF MARRIAGE, AND MAKING THE BEST MEMORIES LAST A LIFETIME