This destination wedding took place in the beautiful mountains of Big Bear, California. while it appears to be snowy in this image, we were lucky enough to capture a glimpse of sunlight peeking through the clouds as it illuminated out and the snow in front of them. This light created a gorgeous texture that highlighted deed opposing primary color palette in the scene...This image is another example of how things are often captured the best when they seem like everything else is going wrong. On the way to the location we intended to shoot at, the groom's Jeep had broken down, leaving us stranded in the snow. While we are waiting for the tow truck I asked the couple to step outside of the car into photograph in the woods adjacent to the road. By knowing how to identify good light, combined with how to craft opposed. Is fluid, true, and aesthetically beautiful come we are able to create beautiful photos regardless of the situation we are dealt with... Big bear is one of the best locations in Southern California for a couple that is looking for a woodsy type wedding. Being that Los Angeles is primarily located in a desert, there are few places that offer this type of look that are accessible to the public. Photographing in Big Bear during the winter time can often lead to snow conditions. The summertime will often lead to beautiful golden hour light 1/200; f/3.5; ISO 160; 125.0 mm.