Angela and I photographed Elana + Brian’s wedding at Hyatt Tamaya Resort (the very place Angela and I were married!). Tamaya lies between Albuquerque and Santa Fe in Santa Ana Pueblo. Elana and Brian chose Tamaya’s Hummingbird Garden and the tent at the Cottonwoods Pavilion for their locations at Tamaya. We simply could not have asked for a more beautiful location […]
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Angela and I photographed a beautiful wedding at Tamaya Resort, the very location where we were married! Tamaya is just north of Albuquerque, New Mexico (where Angela is from) in Santa Ana Pueblo. Here’s a few teaser images (I intentionally left the film edge in the first photograph…thought it looked neat ;-)). Many more coming […]
November 7, 2011 – 9:01 pmWow David! These photos are gorgeous!!! We can’t thank you enough for being such an important part of our day. Not only did you keep the day running smoothly, but you were able to capture the magic of our feelings. How can we ever thank you enough? We can’t wait to see the rest!
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 […]
November 4, 2012 – 3:39 pmThe field is beautiful. Where is that location at?
David Savinski - Hi Odalys. Just saw this and thank you! My favorite thing with photography is to put people at ease, getting couples to play and be themselves in front of the camera.August 2, 2012 – 7:05 pm
Odalys Mendez - I love the lanscape on that side of the world, David. What a beautiful setting for a wedding. You seem to have a knack for putting people at ease. The images look very natural and unstudied.May 15, 2012 – 5:26 pm
Jack W - You are an amazing photographer, your use of color on this one really transported me.February 24, 2012 – 7:41 am
Miranda - The slideshow with the Super 8 film feels so Southwestern. Such wonderful work you do!February 14, 2012 – 4:46 pm