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  • WELCOME!

    Welcome to the blog! If the banner doesn't make it obvious enough I'll just spill the beans and let you know that we are a full time husband and wife wedding photography team. We love life, God, weddings, and if you slide over our names to the left you'll note a few other things we love.

    We are based out of Los Angeles, and when I say that, I mean our studio is right in the smack dab center of downtown. However, if you start browsing through the blog history you will soon note that we shoot weddings all over the country and world. We put a lot into making our images so I hope you enjoy checking some of them out!

    If you're up for having a great time at your wedding, and our photos have the look you are going for, then feel free to shoot us a note and we would love to chat some more!

    - Lukas and Suzy VanDyke

Rehearsal Dinner!

I can’t believe I get to marry my best friend, my confidant, my soul mate, my spiritual partner, and someone I can’t imagine living the rest of my life without! Suzy, I love you so much!

This will be the last post for a week or so because I am getting married in 12 hours, but I thought I would post a couple of the family photos we took at the rehearsal dinner! It’s so much fun getting together with all our family and just having fun! I love you guys!

I look forward to looking back at the wedding from the married side of the deal and writing a little bit about how my perspectives might change!

- Lukas

Thanks for taking all these photos for us Jeremies! =)

December 3, 2010 - 10:24 pm

Suzy - Awwwwww! Now we’re all marrieded! I LOVE YOU TOO!!!!!!!! And I can’t imagine my life without YOU!

2 Days till I get married and a preview!

Wow I can’t believe I will be married in two days. I had these high hopes of posting all the little details of everything as it was happening. But somehow life just got a little too crazy. Having been to as many weddings as I have there are a few specific things which I like and others which I don’t. The great thing is that Suzy is on the same page as me, and we were really able to narrow the day down to the few specific things which were really important to us.

In the end we decided to split things up into two different events. For the wedding it will be a very small family only ceremony and brunch beginning on a private beach in Ventura. This way we will have the whole week to spend with both our families. In all reality this will be the only time in our lives they will all be in one place and we have a number of fun events planned.

The second event will be the reception in January. We really wanted to make sure we got some quality time with all of our friends, and decided that it will be more meaningful if we had a somewhat extended multi part day long reception. The other plus is we will be all moved into our house and it will be easier to plan everything. We will be sending out invitations for the reception sometime in early December.

I am hoping to post one more blog before the wedding, but thought I would include at least one photo from Jeff & Brookes wedding on Saturday! The whole thing was so nice, I wish I had time to put the whole story together before we left. But be checking my site in a couple weeks for the rest!

Charles & Laura: e-session

It was early Saturday morning over a Venti two bag Earl gray tea with a splash of soy that I first met Charles and Laura. Yes I did it again and scheduled another early morning session. But I think we were all a lot more wake then the session I did the previous Saturday morning. lol. For the photos we started at this cool Egyptian museum which was a lot of fun, but I think all of my favorite photos are form downtown San Jose. There’s something about urban centers and the photos which you can do there which I LOVE. It’s just fun to walk around and see what kind of interesting walls you find!

You two look so great! After 7 years together I’m honored that I will get to be there for the big day!

Ok I admit it… I like to be in photos sometimes. For this one I decided to see how awkward of a self portrait I could do.  Let me know if you have any ideas for next time!

March 4, 2010 - 10:08 am

harold shin - first, I enjoyed your photos, esp the shepherds conference 2010. suggestion for self portrait (with the couple): pretend you’re the officiating pastor but blur yourself or something like that (i’m sure you’ll be more create than that but…). thats all. keep up the great work!

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