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©2019 Joanne Leung Photography/Glass Monkey Inc.

Weddings

Joanne Leung Photography

October 25, 2019

When Margot brought me up to speed with her vision of her wedding, I knew that her priorities aligned with mine and I would really enjoy her wedding. Her ideas for the wedding were very relaxed,  not trying to "try too hard". A little bohemian, with a few DIY touches, but most importantly, they want to share the special day with 21 of their closest loved ones, surrounded by nature. 

Their ven...

July 3, 2016

  Imagine my excitement when my bride and groom told me that their wedding would be at the Long Beach Aquarium.  I have been there a few times, and I love aquaria, but my couple's love for what lies under the sea was unparalleled. They are avid scuba divers and wanted to share their love for the ocean with their family and friends.

  I am sure that there are many of you out there that are looking for unique wedding venues,...

June 30, 2016

A few years ago, I shot my first wedding at Tiato.  Right in a quiet little neighborhood in Santa Monica, it is a beautiful little oasis with amazing food.  And I speak from not just trying some food at an event, I have dined here a few times since, and have never been disappointed.  

  So, why choose Tiato as a wedding venue?

From a photographers perspective, Tiato is one of those gems that has nooks and crannies...

June 12, 2016

     I love being a wedding photographer.  But sometimes, I REALLY love being a wedding photographer.  This time, I was contacted by a couple from a galaxy far far away.....Los Angeles.  OK. Maybe not that far away. I guess if you squint really hard, the Mojave desert does look like Hoth, 

     They had a vision.  A George Lucas inspired vision.  A Star Wars themed wedding.  And to start things off...

May 31, 2016

A lot of thought normally goes into what goes on to your sweetheart table, right down to the tiniest details.  What kind of linens, the floral arrangements, .even the Mr and Mrs signs on the back of the chairs.  But from a photographers perspective, what goes on behind the table can sometimes be more important that what is on the table.  Here are some of my suggestions for you.

Big windows might not be what...

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