We had a rockin’ wedding on the bay last weekend with Kumi & Tyler. Seriously, the boat was rocking like crazy and the dance floor was hilarious! That didn’t stop anyone from having a great time though. Kumi and Tyler were couldn’t have been happier.
The wedding was held onboard the Sunset Hornblower Yacht out of Berkeley. The Hornblower crew, their service, and their food is always fantastic!
Analili and Ruben were married on board the California Hornblower Yacht on San Francisco Bay on this beautiful February evening. I love photographing on Hornblower yachts on the bay. It is the best view of any wedding venue in the area!
David surprised Shareen with a ring and a photographer under Cupid’s Span on the Embarcadero in San Francisco. I was posing as a tourist and captured their San Francisco marriage proposal. Jim Vetter Photography has been doing a lot of proposal lately 🙂
She said yes!
Letting it soak in…
The posey couple shot…
Showing off the ring!
A congratulatory treat from Epic Roast House on our drink break after sunset.
I have been involved with the northern California International Live Events Association (ILEA) for several years and its been a great professional network for my business. I recently sponsored one of their events by photographing it.
This event was at Tank 18 in San Francisco. This is a cool venue with wine barrel racks, a stainless steel bar, walls of wine bottles. Kind of a raw space but that makes it a great canvas to create your event.
As an SF Bay Area Wedding and event photographer, I love discovering cool new venues and this is one of them!
San Francisco wedding photographer, Jim Vetter Photography recently had the awesome honor of photographing the engagement session of Monica and Eusong in two separate iconic San Francisco locations. We first did engagement photos at AT&T Park – home of the San Francisco Giants. We then went to the west edge of San Francisco to make more engagement photos at the cliffs over Sutro Baths. Check out the highlights slideshow…
Monica and Eusong obtained exclusive access to the ballpark just so we could photograph their engagement session there. We were the only people in the entire park with the exception of a few security staff, some guys tending the field, and one Hunter Pence.
We were able to photograph in the dugouts and around the outside of the field as well as in some of the suites above the first baseline.
We had perfect weather for this session. All the way through to sunset, it was really pleasant near the ocean.
We never actually made it all the way down to the ruins of the old Sutro Baths. We started at the upper parking lot and worked our way down the paths, stopping at the amazing spots you see here below…
I was introduced to Erica and Robert by the amazing wedding planner, Solmaz Burke of Pretty Occasions in San Francisco. Erica & Robert were planning a September wedding at one of my favorite SF wedding venues, The Bently Reserve. I was very excited to be chosen to photograph their big day!
The couple really wanted to have a metropolitan feel to their wedding as well as their engagement. I suggested that we have the engagement session downtown and make use of the beautiful architecture of the Embarcadero Center and they enthusiastically agreed.
When we met in front of Embarcadero Four I had the wonderful surprise to see that they had just adopted a crazy-cute french bulldog puppy on their way to meet me that afternoon! He didn’t even have a name yet but he was full of personality and kind of ran the show that day. Can you believe how beautiful this puppy is?
In my regular style, we wandered around the Embarcadero in search of great spots to shoot. We were gifted with beautiful light everywhere and had a fantastic time. The Embarcaderos have really cool walkways that spiral up through multiple levels. The next few images were taken on that walkway.
Of course, we had to jump on a San Francisco cable car at the bottom of California Street. What could be more San Francisco than this 🙂
I LOVE to photograph in the city with my super wide 14-24mm lens! I’m able to capture the towering buildings that make downtown San Francisco so cool. This lens also makes people look really tall and thin when used correctly. People seem to like that for some reason.
I had been wanting to do this show below for some time. Erica and Robert were down for it so I set it up and we braved the cold air just long enough to get this awesome shot of Erica and Robert frozen in time while the city zips by all around them.
I’d like to thank Erica & Robert for being such fun people to photograph. I’d also like to thank Solmaz for introducing me to this wonderful couple.
The wedding is just around the corner. More photos to come…