• Capture Forever is the husband and wife team of Angela Zmiejko and David Savinski. We immortalize weddings and parties at destination weddings around the US. We absolutely love to travel. Our hot spots tend to be California, Texas, New Mexico Colorado and New York. We would love to be a part of your wedding, however we only accept a very select few (David is currently working for a major global defense contractor as a project lead and manager). Please contact David at 310.963.9038, Angela at 505.440.1917 or send us an email to info@davidsavinski.com to see if we're available for you.

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Elana + Brian | Orange County Engagement Photographs | Santa Monica Pier Engagement Photographs | Upcoming Tamaya Resort Wedding

Elana + Brian have an upcoming Tamaya Resort wedding in Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico (between Albuquerque and Santa Fe) that Angela and I will be photographing in October.  The two had a romantic getaway to Laguna Beach, California so we met them close by to photograph their engagement pictures.  I know of some gorgeous wildflower fields that I thought would be the perfect fit for them and they loved it!  We also stopped by the Santa Monica Pier’s Pacific Park to get a few more fun shots!

On a technical note, I used 35mm film for most of the photographs in Orange County.  The stock I chose was the new Kodak Portra 400 which I’m quickly falling in love with as my favorite color film stock for portraiture.  With proper handling it produces stunning imagery.  I used my Canon EOS 1V’s for these.  For the night time photographs at the Pier, the logical choice for a color photograph was digital since it was so dark and I prefer using available light whenever I can.  The Pier photographs are coming soon….