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Rebekah Johnson Photography

Following her wedding to Nathan at Simpatica , newlywed Kimm shares a hug with her best friends and witnesses prior to signing the marriage license. Witnessed and captured by  Rebekah Johnson Photography

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 When you have a setting as spacious as Cathedral Park offers, why not, for the record, make an image of everybody who came together to witness, support and celebrate your marriage? I have developed pretty good wrangling and directing skills over the years and enjoy the opportunity to make these these images come together. All […]

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While her mom looks on, Tellisa’s sisters administer to the delicate task of adhering the false eyelashes. Does it hurt? No, but Tellisa’s choice of shirt certainly speaks to a certain apprehension for the whole operation of getting ready. While a wedding is the union of two it is also a bit of theater and pageantry for […]

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It was one of those rare sunny days in November. Lora and Michelle took advantage of the conditions and, asked their guests to don some silly hats and join them as witness to their wedding in Peninsula Park before their decidedly more formal dinner reception at the Firehouse restaurant. Rebekah Johnson Photography

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Well, I can report first hand that that they know how to have a good time in Jersey! Maid of honor Sam (brides little sister) shows how it’s done. Rebekah Johnson travels anywhere for a party!

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Since portraiture is my first love, I really relish shooting engagement sessions. These sessions are such a great opportunity to get to work with the couple one on one, as they are, in love, and in jeans! Come the wedding day we will be in tune, and all the crowds, costuming and pageantry won’t get in […]

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The incoming rain just made for some nice dramatic skies at Ashley and Andrews backyard wedding in Lake Oswego. No spirits were dampened. However ,when the the clouds started to promise inescapable, any minute now, run for cover type rain, the wedding was bumped forward about 15 minutes (“Let’s DO this!”). We just made it. Then […]

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