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Chelsea + Everett Wedding

Though I wasn’t the main photographer, a second to Forrest Cavale, on this wedding I was encouraged to shoot as if I were a main in hopes that I would capture moments that wouldn’t have otherwise be captured. Throughout the day I was able to meet the groom, his family, bride and her family while they were prepping for the big event.

The biggest surprise, other than the ceremony and reception, for me was the Leyendekker ranch, I was able to go out to the ranch and meet the Groom, his family and his attendants. When I arrived they were all out at the stables looking at the beautiful horses riding a couple of others and just having a look around the dairy.

Once introductions were done at the Leyendekker ranch Everett sped of to get ready at the bride dress and grooms home in Tulare, that’s where we met up again, as a change in location the first look and wedding party shots were arranged to be photographed at the new Mr. and Mrs. Leyendekker home. As we waited for Chelsea to arrive and meet her groom we prepped for the entire wedding party. Everyone was in good spirits upon arrival and we quickly took photos of the wedding party before heading to the church, Trinity United Reformed Church of Visalia.

The get away vehicle for the day was a classic car.
Leyendekker Wedding Party

 

Here’s a quick video put together by Jeffery Prosser of Pop Cinema:

Chelsea & Everet from Jeffrey Prosser on Vimeo.

 

Photography By: Forrest Cavale (Third Element Studios)
Wedding Held at:

Trinity United Reformed Church
6400 W. Walnut Ave
Visalia, California 93277
(559) 636-2540
FAX (559) 733-99621

Reception:
Victorian Garden of Two Sisters
3888 Ave 408
Kingsburg, CA 93631
(559) 897-4154

Carrage Provided by:
Leyendekker Ranch
http://www.leyendekker.com/
9001 Avenue 360
Visalia, CA
Barn Office (559) 627-9509
rankl@theworks.com

Video by:
Geoff Prosser
http://www.popcinemastudios.com/
559.623.4330

Video of CVC Cheer during halftime.

Photographing the Central Valley Christian Cavaliers in their home game stand against Kingsburg, I was able to capture the above video with my newest addition to my arsenal of camera’s. The video is taken in HD so if you have the band width please enjoy.

I captured an additional video as the squad cheered on the local crowd.