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Giselle and Danny are from Perth, Austrailia. They traveled to Los Angeles for their wedding and wanted images for their home that showed the iconic nature of LA and it's architecture. There was no better place than Griffith Park to take an amazing image. This image was enhanced in post prodcution and created into a metal print for their home.


The Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles makes the perfect backdrop for wedding and engagement photos. With stunning architecture everywhere you look, a sprawling landscape, and a view overlooking the city skyline, it's impossible not to get amazing photos here.  


Giselle and Danny posed in front of the most iconic building at this location, which has two signature Italian Cypresses flanking the front doors of monumental white building behind them.  Giselle's simple mermaid wedding dress complemented the location perfectly, and their dramatic pose helped their wedding photographer bring the image to life.  We shot this image close to sunset during golden hour, which allowed us to capture the gorgeous light streaming in on the right side of the photograph.  We couldn't have asked for a more beautiful sky to complement the sunset photos we did with this couple.  The fluffy clouds were the perfect finishing touch to make this an photo our bride and groom will want hang on their wall for years to come.

Location: Los Angeles, California.

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