We were so excited when Baylie (Baylie Ranae Photography) reached out to us about setting up a mentorship session! After chatting with her via email & over the phone a few months ago, we decided together on a style & direction that we felt like would help to build her brand & attract her ideal client, and started to plan the shoot. We asked Braden & Alynn Young if they would model for us (because they are total babes & are effortlessly stylish AF) and set up a day to meet in the canyon, when the spring greens were just starting to show up. We asked them to keep outfits clean & simple!
We met up with Baylie for coffee before driving up the canyon to shoot. We talked a lot about the issues & obstacles that face us all in the wedding industry, and how we can sometimes be our own worst enemies & biggest critics. We talked about shooting & editing with intention, and how DEFINING OUR BRAND is what gives us that direction & intention needed while shooting & editing to create a consistent brand. We decided on some definitive words for the days shoot, like "Lifestyle, Romantic, Emotional, and Energetic" and tried to use those words to guide & direct the shoot.
We're super happy with how the images turned out! Take a scroll and let us know what you think. If you're interested in learning more about our mentorship opportunities, click here!
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We love Callie and David. They have always been adventurous, traveled to new destinations, and both are incredible photographers themselves; which ultimately brought them together. As you can see, they don't take themselves too seriously and are extremely photogenic, an awesome combination.
As we were planning for the shoot and brainstorming about locations, we were initially going to photograph their session in Moab but ended up in Zion. We are SO happy we ended up in the Zion Wilderness! The wilderness area has it all; red rock, high desert foliage, a super soft sunset, and an impressive blue hour.