Brian Lovelace | Los Angeles & Santa Barbara Wedding Photographer | Journal
Brian Lovelace is a Santa Barbara Wedding Photographer. Born & raised in the Santa Barbara area, Brian has always known
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While getting home from work today, I bumped into my awesome neighbor, Kristo from the group Drop City Yacht Club. After talking a few minutes we decided to try and get a shoot going before sunset. Not wanting to go anywhere, we decided to jump our balconies and get onto our apartment complex’s roof to take some rooftop shots. This is result. If you have any questions on how any of the photos were shot or edited, be sure to shoot me a message on Facebook or Instagram, comment on this post, or drop me an email. Thanks for your support! kristo_rooftop_00025kristo_rooftop_00085kristo_rooftop_00049kristo_rooftop_00036kristo_rooftop_00099-Editkristo_rooftop_00139kristo_rooftop_00120

It was a beautiful Saturday to get out and shoot. One of my old coworkers and good friends, Celeste and I decided to take things out of the studio and into nature. What better place than the Vasquez Rocks in Agua Dulce, CA? I need to give a huge shout out to Celeste’s cousin, Juliana, who joined us and provided the beautiful makeup artistry. All images were edited with Mastin Fuji 160NS and Mastin Portra 400 presets, with various tweaks. All images were shot with one of three lenses, either the Sigma 35mm f1.4 ART, the Sigma 50mm f1.4 ART, or a Canon 70-200mm f2.8L IS II. If you have any questions on how any of the images were created, feel free to comment, message me on Facebook or Instagram, or drop me an email. Enjoy!

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Wanderlust in heart and cameras in hand, my friend Nicole and I became curious of what happened to one of our favorite roads after the recent Sand Fire. Failing to check for any road closures, we decided to head up Little Tujunga Road, only to find out it was closed just before the Wildlife Waystation. Not letting anything get to us, we set up and took these awesome shots.

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