28 January 2007

Shannon & Robbie

Shannon and Robbie had a beautiful winter wedding in December at the Hollywood Schoolhouse in Woodinville. Shannon was stunning! One of the sweetest moments of all my weddings was Shannon's father's toast. He described the day when he and his wife first brought Shannon home and how much joy she has brought to them. With so much love and pride he shared, "Today is the happiest day of my life!" Could there be more special words for a daughter on her wedding day? Here's Shannon's dear dad and other photographs that I love.


Blogger Hun said...

Awesome work!

6:52 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

wonderful pictures susie... i really admire your work and i saw your ad on seattle bride... it looks great!


8:36 PM  
Blogger susiehamidi said...

Thanks for the comments, guys! Always appreciate the encouragement!

10:40 PM  
Anonymous Erwin Wijanto Photography said...

WOW.. Great Work Susie.. Love the tone and colorful pictures.....
Hope to meet you again in the next Pug Meeting.. ~erwin

2:06 AM  
Blogger susiehamidi said...

Thanks Erwin! I have to credit Alex and his studio for their color work on these images. Alex and his team offer the best post production services! They perfect all my images for me! I could never do a better job and they save me a ton of work! I make final enhancements on my favorites before I post them on my blog and Pictage.

Visit Alex:

1:24 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

Susie... click on this link and let me know if this is you!


Looking at the nikon gear and the big smile on the photographers face, I think I somehow caught you in action! If it is you, we must have been at the Pike Place Market at the same time last summer,,, If we knew each other at the time it would have been fun to take some shots of both brides together!


12:11 AM  
Blogger susiehamidi said...

Todd, that shot is so funny and so telling! I love it! I totally remember this moment on September 2nd! Thank you so much for sharing it! I have to blog about this and show my photo next to yours!


2:20 PM  

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