Monthly Archives: September 2015

Hollywood Event Photography {Hard Rock Cafe}

If you’ve read through some previous posts you may notice I mention a lot of the same vendors. That’s because its important to have a solid team when putting together an event. Dana and Laura at DB Creativity always put together a solid team. When Dana was asked to create an exclusive event for the…

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El Matador Beach Trash the Dress Photography {Laura & Omar}

I love post-wedding sessions! Bridal, trash the dress, boudoir, etc. I’m up for anything and I’m now simply calling them “creative sessions”. For Laura and Omar’s creative session, we went for trashing her dress at the beach. (It actually held up pretty well) Laura contacted me a couple weeks after their wedding. She had seen…

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  • Lupe GarciaSeptember 23, 2015 - 2:59 am

    Beautiful photographs!!ReplyCancel

    • Adam N. ParthSeptember 23, 2015 - 7:17 am

      Thank you!ReplyCancel

Thousand Oaks Bar Mitzvah Photography {Colin – Soccer}

Colin’s Bar Mitzvah is coming up and I wanted to share his recent Bar Mitzvah Portrait session. I do these sessions with almost all of my Bar & Bat Mitzvah clients. These are done long before the actual event and used to create their sign-in book and other items. Quite often we’ll stylize the session…

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Downtown Los Angeles Engagement Photography {Tony & Charlett}

I always tell people that “I like reality” when it comes to my photography. Usually I’m talking about not using Photoshop and getting things right in camera. However, many times this pertains to capturing real moments and real emotion. Even when I’m creating a dynamic shot that requires some set up, I’m always looking for…

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Encino Bat Mitzvah Photography – Liana {Valley Beth Shalom}

Liana’s underwater themed Bat Mitzvah celebration was amazing! DB Creativity and everyone involved truly transformed our client’s backyard to fit the underwater theme. There was even a mechanical shark! The lighting was incredible and there were three screens that either had live feeds of the event or showcased a few of the images we created…

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