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Los Angelinos in Love

June 1, 2010

Although Jarvis Cocker claims that everyone hates a tourist, I have to add that it’s a total gas playing tourist in your own town, especially if your town is LA.

For Adam & Eva’s e-session (I wonder how many jokes they get about that whole “Adam & Eve” thing?), we hit some hot tourist spots after dark. Union Station (which is ridiculously photogenic, all you really have to do there is show up with a camera; Olvera Street and Chinatown. All within just a few blocks of one another, we could have walked, but all of us being Los Angelinos, we did the city proud by driving: in two cars.


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WOW, Susan! They look so amazing! Thank you so much! Ahhh, I can’t wait to get home and show Adam. Yeah, we get the Adam and Eve thing a lot, so much so that we decided to make it our wedding theme. =)


June 1, 2010

Yay, so glad you like them! We had a lot of fun, and it was such a nice evening to be out. I figured as much about the “adam & eve” thing, so I didn’t say anything, but I’m curious now about your wedding theme. garden? snakes? apples? LOL

susan sabo

June 1, 2010

OMG I love the pix!!! They look so great!!!!!


June 1, 2010

thanks, Julie 🙂

susan sabo

June 2, 2010

Adam and Eva are my good friends. Eva is actually my girlfriends cousin, so really they are family. I am happy to see how well their photos turned out. Great job! There are a few at Union Station in particular that stand out. Well done!

Michael Bandy

June 3, 2010

Thank you, Michael. It’s too bad that the shops in Olvera street and Chinatown close up so soon; they’re perfect for night shoots. And both Eva and Adam are awesome. I’m totally excited about shooting their wedding.

susan sabo

June 3, 2010

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