Portland wedding photographers
Portland wedding photographer Turn Loose the Art is the team of Joe Rumore and Britney Gardner, photographing weddings in Portland, Oregon, in New York, Southern California and beyond to include destination weddings around the globe. While in their hometown they also are Portland portrait photographers. We want to help you create photographs with personal meaning and unique touches that tell about you as a person.
meaningful wedding photos
«– Maurice’s father owns the vineyard their wedding ceremony overlooks. While he was mowing lawns around the vineyard as a teen, he couldn’t imagine an Oregon wine country wedding but in the end it was the perfect way to add a personal touch to his and Casey’s wedding.
–» The Willey family loves family outings to Otto’s Sausages. Just down the street from their home, it seemed like a perfect stop during their portrait session to create meaningful family portraits that tell a story about this time of their life.
Portland portrait photographer
«– When Casey and Mike started dating, they often walked past this location to sit on a bench overlooking the river. We started their engagement session here, by Mike’s old apartment. This two block walk is special to them because they spent so much time in their early relationship talking about life and love in this very spot. Whether photographing a family or engaged couple, Portland portrait photographers Turn Loose the Art always plan a portrait session around significance to the subjects.
–» Sadiaka loves cherry blossoms so much she chose to forego the traditional red sari for a rose-colored lehnga for her South-Asian wedding reception.
«– When it came time to choose a location for their maternity photos, Sam and Andrew just walked down the street to their favorite beach. A perfect Portland maternity photography location could be Sauvie Island Beach.
–» Eric and Stephanie’s step-dad have been restoring this car for years! They finished everything but working headlights in time for the wedding, just in time to take a twilight ride for their Portland wedding photographer.
destination wedding photographers
«– Another unique wedding getaway car option, Jen and Glenn used their own vintage Stella scooter for their destination wedding photography. It was just one of the many personal touches they brought to the wedding from their own lives.
–» Marina and Brian spend hours in their backyard garden every year, so it was a perfect setting for their engagement session and also inspiration for their wedding decor. Portland wedding photographers love unique engagement portrait locations, and love personal choices even more!
Portland portrait photographers
«– As a Portland portrait photographer, babies are so much fun to photograph! We encourage you to include meaningful objects at newborn sessions. Every one of these blankets was created by a family member, some for Ryan’s parents when they were babies.
–» Marrying at a winery fit perfectly for John’s family. They make their own wine each year and served it at the wedding, too. There are many options for Portland winery weddings.
«– We take their family photo every year. This year was different, because days after the session Hurricane Sandy wiped this location off the map. It means something to this family to see this family portrait, knowing they’ll never be there again.
–» Justin and Bryan searched for a perfect wedding tie on Pinterest and were delighted to see a Portland wedding photographer created the image they found. We all agree it was fate they found us to photograph their Jupiter Hotel wedding in Portland, and we enjoyed making a new tie image for their own wedding.
Portland wedding photographer
«– Pia couldn’t imagine marrying anywhere but her family’s country home when she and Dan wed, a perfectly meaningful and personal wedding venue choice. Portland wedding photographers enjoy rustic barn locations in Oregon.
–» Juanito is a wonderful subject for a Portland portrait photographer! He loves tromping through nature and his whole family is very interested in photography.