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.
Here’s a quick video put together by Jeffery Prosser of Pop Cinema:
Photography By: Forrest Cavale (Third Element Studios)
Wedding Held at:
Trinity United Reformed Church
6400 W. Walnut Ave
Visalia, California 93277
FAX (559) 733-99621
Victorian Garden of Two Sisters
3888 Ave 408
Kingsburg, CA 93631
CVC Cavalier Football vs. Coalinga Horned Toads
Soliciting the assistance Visalia Photographers of Forrest Cavale and Zach Niles of Third Element Studio’s this weeks football game had the coverage of 3 photographers with 5 camera’s total. As result of this additional coverage their are many many more photographs for you to look through, I hope that you are able to find a good photograph of your player. Additionally there are many more photographs of the opposing Horned Toads for those interested in those photographs.
It seems as though the football season has just started and already we have landed on Homecoming weekend. People came from great distances to cheer on their alma mater in their first real football game of the season. Visalia’s Central Valley Christian High played the Coalinga Horned Toads with fierce determination in hopes of winning both Junior Varsity and Varsity games of the evening.
Junior Varsity, playing hard, was able to keep the game to an even tie against the JV Horned toads, with a couple of good drives that could have leaned in the favor of the Cavalier’s.
CVC’s Varsity team came on the field strong fighting all the Horned toads could through at them.