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Emily and Josh, Anniversary | NYC Central Park

Emily and Josh are one of the first new friends I made coming to NYC. They lead the neighborhood group that I attend each week and provide an amazing space where I’ve come to grow spiritually in community with my brothers and sisters in Christ. I immediately was drawn to them as a couple – strong in their faith, trusting of each other. Josh is a super creative artist, and Emily is doing amazing things teaching deaf children. In addition, they were at a very similar life stage as I am – we met each other just as we all got married. Their first wedding anniversary is coming up – on August 3! We were so lucky to have amazing, AMAZING weather on a beautiful spring day to do an anniversary shoot in Central Park (followed by a casual shoot in West Village – stay tuned!). Thank you to Dawn of Bellaria Designs for helping me out!

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Josh loves how passionately Emily lives a mission-oriented life

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And Emily loves how Josh is a very honest, open, and intentional communicator

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This is the bench in Central Park where Josh proposed to Emily on a cold winter day. Glad we could get this on a much warmer day! Josh surprised Emily by proposing here AND by having family fly in from Texas and Florida to witness it all!

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Both Emily and Josh could relate to how crazy it was for me and my husband to plan a wedding in 6 months and adjust to a new apartment in the big city – that was their story as well
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Loving how flowy Emily’s dress is – and that back!

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Stay tuned for their sunset drenched lifestyle session in West Village!

Shang Chen Photography has rebranded to Saavedra Photography
she takes photographs of celebrations of love and life
Based in NYC | Open for select photography commissions on Sundays only

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Japan Honeymoon (2 of 5) | The Art of Peace

From beautifully sculpted gardens to koi ponds and lush bamboo forests, there were many moments of peace during our Japan honeymoon

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The bamboo grove in the Arashiyama area of Kyoto was one of my must-photograph goals of the trip

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In my last post, I left off with Hiroshima. Most of Hiroshima today is a bustling city. In the peace park and at various locations around the city, you will find an abundance of cranes in rainbow colored arrangements urging peace

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The cranes in this photo spell out the characters for peace

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Gorgeous, gorgeous roses in the Peace Park

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At the Miyajima island off of Hiroshima, there are deer!

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The rest of this post is a collection of peaceful imagery from all over Japan – gardens in Tokyo, shrines in Kamakura, Nikko, and the Kokoen Garden in Himeji

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A peaceful morning scene from the Sheraton Miyako hotel in Tokyo =)

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Don’t miss these related blog posts and links

0. Shang’s Japan Travel Guide (Google Doc) 

1. Japan Honeymoon (1 of 5) | The Art of War

2. Japan Honeymoon (2 of 5) | The Art of Peace

3. Japan Honeymoon (3 of 5) | The Art of Specialization

4. Japan Honeymoon (4 of 5) | The Art of Rain

5. Japan Honeymoon (5 of 5) | The Art of Spirits

Shang Chen Photography has rebranded to Saavedra Photography
she takes photographs of celebrations of love and life
Based in NYC | Open for select photography commissions on Sundays only

enjoyed this blog? make me smile and follow me on Facebook for my latest work and announcements for special shoots and contests!

Japan Honeymoon (1 of 5) | The Art of War

After some internal debate and getting feedback from friends, I’ve decided to blog my honeymoon in Japan by 5 “Art of” themes rather than in a travel guide-like format. This is because I think it’s a better way of tying together the imagery I had created. If you’d like a view into my suggested itinerary and travel tips and must-sees, never fear, I’ve created a Google Doc in public form where you can view and download for your own edification.

I decided to start my 5-part series about Japan with the Art of War. One thing I didn’t realize going into the trip was how violent a history Japan had, with its feudal system that essentially had the island kingdom divided into various city-states for many centuries. Indeed, they were lorded over by samurai – who fought as soon as they could with firepower (muskets) rather than swords. For this reason, there are several spectacular castles you can still visit today in Japan that show the military technology of the time. I also highly recommend watching Akira Kurosawa’s movie, Ran, if you want to see Japanese battles in action. It’s a wonderful movie, epic filming, and a great interpretation of King Lear. One of the castles we visited on this trip – Himeji Castle – was used in the movie.

Matsumoto Castle is a gorgeous castle that you can visit when you are based in Tokyo, it’s about a 2.5 hr train ride into Nagano Prefecture
The main castle keep (the tall building pictured) also has a secondary donjon attached, and a poetic moon viewing platform

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We walked through the city of Matsumoto and came upon these guys

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My favorite part about the castle is its black wainscoting – which earned it the nickname of “Crow Castle”
This castle’s keep is empty and retains its original structure – you can go inside and climb the entire structure and see how it was used in war. We were really lucky to get an English guide that day who taught us a lot of unique facts about the purposes of different windows, slots, floors, etc.

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Nagoya Castle is one of the castles you can visit while you’re making your way from Tokyo to Kyoto

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There is currently a large project underway to restore the lower palace. Right now you can see some of the replicas of the beautiful tiger silk screens

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These golden creatures are called tigerfish, though I prefer to call them dragonfish. They are often placed at the edges of a roof on the top of a castle. Nagoya’s happened to be made of gold leaf

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The last castle we saw was Himeji Castle, one of the most famous Japanese castles

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The main castle keep is still under construction so we could only wander the outer defense walls – which were used both to house concubines and could also be easily moved for defense purposes NYC photographer Saavedra Photography japan himeji castle 03 Japan Honeymoon (1 of 5) | The Art of War NYC photographer Saavedra Photography japan himeji castle 04 Japan Honeymoon (1 of 5) | The Art of War

Not to end on a complete somber note, but we took a whole day to visit Hiroshima and its Peace Park as well as the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. Given the devastation that the a-bomb had inflicted on Japan, I was very surprised to find how the museum presented all the facts in as unbiased a manner as it could. It was raw and painful, but not hateful. Ultimately, the museum and park stand as testament to the horrific effects of using nuclear weapons, and I agree with their stance that these weapons should never have to be used on anyone

Since the Art of Peace is my next blog post, this is meant to be a transition to that blog post NYC photographer Saavedra Photography japan hiroshima bomb dome Japan Honeymoon (1 of 5) | The Art of War

Don’t miss these related blog posts and links

0. Shang’s Japan Travel Guide (Google Doc) 

1. Japan Honeymoon (1 of 5) | The Art of War

2. Japan Honeymoon (2 of 5) | The Art of Peace

3. Japan Honeymoon (3 of 5) | The Art of Specialization

4. Japan Honeymoon (4 of 5) | The Art of Rain

5. Japan Honeymoon (5 of 5) | The Art of Spirits

Shang Chen Photography has rebranded to Saavedra Photography
she takes photographs of celebrations of love and life
Based in NYC | Open for select photography commissions on Sundays only

enjoyed this blog? make me smile and follow me on Facebook for my latest work and announcements for special shoots and contests!

Laura, in(SP)ired | Greenpoint Brooklyn Fashion Session

I’m pretty excited to finally post these photographs from Laura’s in(SP)iration session that we did around her rad Greenpoint neighborhood in Brooklyn. Laura is extremely talented and accomplished. I first met her through friends when I learned that she is the co-founder of the awesome lingerie company, Flora Nuit, which brings you unique collections from designers all around the world at private shopping events – be sure to check them out and go shopping for some beautiful underpinnings! Second, Laura also blogs about fashion at BrokeSnob and it always makes me want to travel!

For Laura’s session, I really wanted to capture her beauty, her sense of style, and the unique neighborhood she lives in. It was also the first time that I got an up close and personal look at an Hermes Kelly bag (be still my beating heart). Please enjoy these photographs. If you are in the NYC area, please contact me if you’re interested in such a shoot. I’m taking a couple of commissions for fall!

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Shang Chen Photography has rebranded to Saavedra Photography
she takes photographs of celebrations of love and life
Based in NYC | Open for select photography commissions on Sundays only

enjoyed this blog? make me smile and follow me on Facebook for my latest work and announcements for special shoots and contests!

Teresa and Bill, Married! | Four Seasons Boston Wedding

With their first official date across the Atlantic Ocean in Barcelona followed with years of long distance, Teresa and Bill finally wed together on a gorgeous day in Boston with big smiles on their faces. Their happiness and enthusiasm was contagious, I really enjoyed being at their wedding and partying it up with their friends. You can see how much they care about each other in the way they hold hands, look at each other, and enjoy life together. For example, when Bill visited Teresa in Seattle for a weekend, she surprised him with a trip to the Boeing factory because he loves airplanes. In turn, Bill undertook one of the most analytic tasks known to man – finding the perfect diamond ring for Teresa. He did deep research into the 4Cs and as you will soon see, he did a super, fantastic job finding something that would grace and enhance Teresa’s beauty. I am so excited for these to embark on a life together, and I know there will be countless adventures in the future once you find your new home!

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Did you know that if you send your wedding invitation to the White House, you get a card back from the President?

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I love all the beautiful lace details and flowers in Teresa’s Oleg Cassini dress. Her veil was so soft, ethereal, and feminine, just like her. There was a lot of romance in this wedding

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Teresa and Bill bent tradition and got ready together at the Four Seasons Boston hotel. I love this sweet moment in between them

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First look at the grand staircase

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Their wedding was right at the peak of peony season (late May through early June) – and these beautiful, pink layers were a dream. Table & Tuulip did a fantastic job on all the flowers!

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Teresa – you are so beautiful, inside and out! NYC photographer Saavedra Photography 140601 four seasons boston wedding portraits 14 Teresa and Bill, Married! | Four Seasons Boston Wedding We went outside to the Boston Public Gardens for more portraits

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We had to bribe the flower girl – a daughter of Bill and Teresa’s friend – with lots of cookies

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As the officiant spoke during their beautiful and intimate wedding ceremony, I couldn’t help but smile at seeing how much Teresa and Bill were in love, looking at each other

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Teresa’s friend made the table numbers, and the super adorable fish-shaped pouches held candy. Symbolically, the fish also stand for good luck

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The Four Seasons always has excellent food. Their wedding menu included lobster bisque and lobster ravioli to start, and guests had a choice of filet mignon or fish

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Wedding vendors:

Photography by Saavedra Photography, assisted by Caroline Talbot Photography
Wedding venue and catering: Four Seasons Hotel Boston
Wedding dress: Oleg Cassini
Bride’s shoes: Tory Burch (a birthday gift from Bill!)
Wedding Rings: Blue Nile and Kay Jewelry
Groom’s suit: Indochino
Officiant: Stoddard Meldaho, Littleton, MA
Bridesmaid dresses: J. Crew
Groomsmen’s attire: Brooks Brothers
Hair and Make-up: Tammy Tan Hair and Makeup, Boston, MA
Florist: Table & Tulip, Boston, MA
Cake: Dessert Works, Westwood, MA
DJ: Michael O’Neil
Videographer: Caddigan Films, Boston, MA

Shang Chen Photography has rebranded to Saavedra Photography
she takes photographs of celebrations of love and life
Based in NYC | Open for select photography commissions on Sundays only

enjoyed this blog? make me smile and follow me on Facebook for my latest work and announcements for special shoots and contests!