California

Portrait session + David Mountain

If you have seen my blog before then you might remember David Mountain. I had the honor to have a interview with him and publish it here on my blog. He's a Local Artist in The Antelope Valley so if your in area be sure to do your self a favor and check out his music. Links to his work will be posted at the end of this blog.

So This location is a new one of mine, I've only photographed here twice. It's in Angeles National Forest and I just love this place, It gave me a diversity of plants and cascade mountains for back drops to work with, Just beautiful! I really wanted to use the wooded area full of pine trees for the main location on this session, for there was a beautiful golden high light coming through the tress from the sun that casted long column shadows coming toward me. Ahh back lit lighting is my favorite lighting but it was a shame we couldn't use that spot due to the fact another photographer was already occupying that space... who would have thought there would be another photographer and a model there on a Thursday evening... (Great minds think alike)  

Since the spot I wanted to used was occupied, I had to descreatly take a few minutes to scout around and think of new ideas and search for the best lighting. It's funny because every photographer that I know tell me, "during photo sessions things always go wrong and a good photographer has to come up with new ideas on the spot." I tried not to make it noticeable to David Mountain that I was thinking of new ideas, but he new that guy was in the spot I wanted to use and he looked at me and told me, "well this is where your creativity show and come to life"

So these are what we've created. Do to what we had to work with, I love these! I hope you do too.

Enjoy life and keep moving forward!

-Julian Guevara


If you like these images and are looking to have a photo session with me, please contact me.

Im more then happy to hear from you! 

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Mrs. & Mr. Redman's Wedding Day

Congratulations Erica and James Redman!


I'm now booking for September and October 2016. Book now! Check out my services, feel free to send me an email. Click the link below to learn more about the photographic packages I offer. 

I look forward to working with you!


Enjoy life and keep moving forward!!!

-Julian Guevara

The Baez family photo session

25 photographs of the beautiful Baez family.

And the final product. Every package from me comes with a keep sake box.

enjoy life and keep moving forward.

-Julian Guevara

Tested photographing while ridding motorcycles

This was the first time I took my camera out and tried to photograph while ridding. I used my canon 5d and my canon 50mm f/1.8 (the plastic fantastic.) The qualities of these photographs is off do to the cheap lens But I actually walked out with some decent photos from this series.

I've now started using my canon 24-70mm f/2.8 L lens. It's a heavier set up but the qualitie is superior and I favor the wider focal lengths. 

 You will see more of these types of photographs in the near future

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Enjoy life and keep moving forward

JULIAN GUEVARAA

A homage to my film days.

For many of us photographers, we started off  photographing on film and film cameras and I like to think that's the best way to learn this craft. You begin to see how the the emoltion reacts to light and how your method of wet processing and printing changes the effects and quality of the images by the slitest change of the temperature of the water and chemicals to how much you adgitate. At first your images will be terrible but as you keep at it, you will begin to home the craft.

 About a year ago I switch over and started shooting fully digital but the process and the mind set I have when create a photograph hasn't changed. When I  photograph I always think in a ways of film, So that when I'm processing my images I can get the most natural quality in my images. I had alittle fun with these images and I fell in love with the crazy colors all over again. These are what I call digital film and I know that I went alittle over board with the film emulation but I'm in love with the color.

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Enjoy life and keep moving forward.  

-Julian Guevara