Saltair Formal Session | Utah Wedding Photographer

I am so so happy to finally get this session up on the blog! We shot this session back in December, and boy was it freezing! We had hand warmers galore to try and keep everyone from dying, and only shot for like 15-20 minutes because it was so so cold. Although it was short, this Saltair formal session is one of my favorites for so many reasons.


First off, aren’t these two so dang adorable together?! I met Kamryn when I put together a stylized 4th of July session last year, and I knew she’d make the perfect model for this shoot. At the last minute our male model cancelled, so my handy dandy little brother stepped in, and we made it work! Although they aren’t a real couple, they still look beautiful standing next to each other haha.


Secondly, I wanted to try something a little different with this session – I didn’t start until the sun had already set! This is very different from my normal shooting style, because I usually want that warm yummy light! I love golden hour and don’t usually stray away from it, but I wanted to try shooting in blue hour, and I have to say that I am quite happy with the results! It’s not something I’d want to do for every shoot, but it added a cool mood to this look!


Last, I was bound and determined to get some awesome double exposures out of this shoot, and I think I succeeded! I’m obsessed with how they look, and now I always try to experiment with them at my sessions! There’s always something new to learn with photography, and that is why I love it so much! It fulfills my creative needs + keeps me learning + meeting new people and learning their stories is one of my favorite things ever!

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  • Heather - I absolutely love her dress!! It’s so unique and pretty!ReplyCancel

  • Jaime B. - These are so stunning and her dress is amazing! I love the color and the pretty lace, it’s perfection! Really beautiful!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Missy - Wow! Great looking couple and the double exposures are so fun!ReplyCancel

  • Kiki - These are so beautiful Ashley! Could not even tell they weren’t a real couple 😂ReplyCancel

  • Hiliary Stewart - ASHLEY!!! I know I say it a lot, but you are so talented! These are insanely beautiful!!ReplyCancel

  • meg - Ashley,

    I love the double exposures you did. They match the lace on her gown. I would not have guessed it was freezing.ReplyCancel

  • jayna - SO beautiful!! Are you located in Utah? I’m searching for a wedding photographer there and you would be perfect!ReplyCancel

  • Katerina - Love this wedding session–especially that double exposure! Utah looks like the perfect backdrop for a photographer like you!ReplyCancel

  • Rachelle - Gah, these are gorgeous!! My cousin is getting married in Utah and looking for a wedding photographer. Sending her your website now!ReplyCancel

  • Jamie Regino - Wow! What a stunning and wondrous session! Its such a unique feeling. I have a friend who is looking for a talented and creative wedding photographer. Do you travel outside of Utah?ReplyCancel

  • jessica - you are such a BRAVE Utah Wedding photographer- shooting in the frigid! Your models were tough too! (can we talk about his hair!? gorgeous!)ReplyCancel

  • Heather Howard - Wow, what a creative style! You don’t see many photographers doing double exposures- LOVE it! I am in love with your wedding photography… All the photos on your page make me want to visit Utah! GORGEOUS.ReplyCancel

  • Liz - I love these photos so much – such beautiful storytelling… I’m located in Salt Lake City and I’ll need a talented photographer like you soon!ReplyCancel

  • lesley - That dress is EVERYTHING! And check out those flowers! You are such a talented wedding photographer, Utah is lucky to have you!ReplyCancel

  • Andrea Krey - I love everything about this wedding session. They are so lucky to have found you in Utah as their photographer.ReplyCancel

  • Christie - These are stunning! I love how her flowers pop against the snow. Salt Lake City winters are cold, but gorgeous and your wedding photography perfectly captures that beauty!ReplyCancel

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