Sarah & Dane – Part 1

March 27, 2009

We met Sarah and Dane during Ultimate Frisbee last August. Little did we know just how much fun they were to hang out with. They helped us with our photography at the Senior Christmas Party at church. Then we took them to Koreshan State Park for a fun and eventful portrait session. We had SO much fun we went to the fair with them two days later (Part 2 coming next week!). They have since moved back to New York, and we miss them dearly.



























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8 Responses to “Sarah & Dane – Part 1”

  1. Ryan Flynn says:

    dude this series got better and better as I scrolled down! i love the ones shot through the cross/railing thing.

  2. wao this portrait session is breathtaking !!! Like all of them. they are a very cute couple . it looks like they were having fun, we can “feel” it .

  3. Sarah says:

    Deb these are absolutely fantastic!! I’m procrastinating right now and figured I would check out your blog because I love all of your portraits and I wanted so see how you and Matt were doing (say hi to him from Dane and I). I never realized these were posted and they are just breathtaking!! I can’t believe how well the shoot turned out. What a great day! We definitely miss you and Matt and will hopefully be able to come visit in the near future. Hope you had a lovely Easter!

  4. Deb says:

    Thanks, Sarah! You both were SUCH a blast! I just need to finish the shoot from the carnival and I’ll send them your way!

  5. Looks like you had a blast at this session. I really like your way of capturing couples. Lots of emotions, yet very classy! I really want to see what wedding is going to be like with such a cute couple coupled with the great photographer like you!


  6. Great photos, really amazing.

  7. Jess says:

    Beautiful clean fresh- session! I love the light and the emotion :)

  8. Deb Cull says:

    Sarah and Dane are two of the most amazing people I have ever met and this was one of my favorite sessions! They are really creative and inspiring – they moved away, but we hope to visit them soon!

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