Brittany and Sean joined us at Baker Beach in San Francisco on a typical Saturday morning: foggy and cold. While Baker Beach is well known for its stunning views of Golden Gate Bridge, the fog was still lingering and left only bits and pieces of the bridge visible for most of their portraits. The perk to an early morning at the beach during July in San Francisco is the quietness. We were greeted by the crash of waves, birds, and crisp air - but very few people.
Pancho, their adorable pup, came along with his handsome smile and excitement. He snuggled in with Brittany and Sean as they showered him with love!
Many of our couples share their remarks about being nervous or having a lack of experience in front of the camera at the start of their photography session. Brittany and Sean fell into that camp as well and just like many of our couples, they fell into a beautiful rhythm in front of the camera. They were playful and fun and kept themselves moving all across the beach.
We are huge advocates for choosing photography locations that offer a variety of backgrounds.
Baker Beach is one of those incredible gems with different backgrounds with minimal effort. We wandered up the sand ladder to find a pocket of beautiful trees to tuck in to.
As we followed the California Coastal Trail to head back to the parking lot, we chatted about their upcoming wedding's details at Roaring Camp Railroads in Felton. Lo and behold - the fog had transformed into a partly cloudy sky. We were greeted with blue skies and the Golden Gate Bridge peeking out behind us.