Newport Beach Wedding Photographer / Wedding Tip Tuesday / Huntington Beach Wedding Photographer / Duran Rex

Good morning from Orange County everyone!  This is one Newport Beach wedding photographer that just got back in from dropping off Rio for some scheduled maintenance at Irvine Mini & Duran Rex said he wanted to share a Wedding Tip for his TRex Tuesday.  That, and a fun photo a friend of mine sent me too – which I think kinda captures the sense of how silly we are.  Very Calvin & Hobbes’ish.  Those of you that are familiar with Calvin & Hobbes know what I’m talking about.  If not – totally check them out.  Some of the funniest and witty humour ever!

With that said, here is a Wedding Tip that Duran Rex wanted to share with you from Newport Beach.  He said that one of the biggest things that will always (and he said “RWARRR!” to emphasize the word; “Always”) will get shortened dramatically will be the time for your wedding photography.  You’ll want to treat your wedding timeline with almost the same zeal and somewhat twisted passion Gollum did for the ring in Lord of the Rings.

So!  If you’re thinking… Hey – I’d really like to learn more about how to save time, money & my sanity planning my wedding, totally check out my program; “How To Make The Most Out Of Your Wedding Day” that’s been on Summer Break for the peak season.  Or if you’d like to share some Nachos & Newcastles (My favourite snack!) and get to know this Newport Beach Wedding Photographer (Previously a Huntington Beach Wedding Photographer) that loves music & fashion, photography and art, feel free to contact me anytime.

I’m available just about 24/7 via TwitterFacebookGoogle+, the form on my contact page, or the old fashioned phone as well at 888.ESQ.PHTO (888.377.7486) or 562.225.5915.

Have a great TRex Tuesday & stay in touch for an amazing and totally colourful wedding that I’m about to share with you.  This couple took gorgeous, classy & timeless to the HNL – cheers!

PS, Here’s an awesome quote I recently shared on Twitter that I think helps keep the “Butterfly Effect” moving forward – spreading positivity.  But!  This quote seems very dichotomous to what we’re programmed to think in today’s society.  Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished” Lao Tzu.”  I love it!  But more importantly – what do you think?  Slightly too forward thinking or too old school.  In a way, I like that it’s showing great things will happen an in their time.  Yet, the impatient part of me is programmed and wants it all yesterday.

PSS, I want to give a shout out to my good friend & fellow photographer; Danny who’s living the dream over in Spain.  It was a total surprise to hear from you this morning & a blast chatting with you!  Keep on rockin’ it over there and I’m lookin’ forward to catching up in December in Paris.

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