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Rachel Leintz

Mesa (United States)

Let's bring the drama!

From the venue to the flowers, from your shoes to your gown, your wedding is going to be EPIC. On this, the biggest day of your life, you need an artist that shares your vision. You need someone who can put it all together to create jaw-dropping, timeless photographs.

That's how you know:

You're a Leintz Bride!

Whether you've planned the perfect intimate gathering in the romantic gardens at the Royal Palms, or you're getting ready to make a grand entrance into a Phoenician ballroom. I'm your girl.

My style is a mix of the romance and drama you find in fine art photography and the poignant, grit that hallmarks photojournalism. With this powerful combination, my photographs will let you relive all the emotion and beauty of your wedding day, every time you look at them.

minimum price 400 $ for 4 hours of work
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Rachel Leintz About

On the big day, here in the desert of Arizona, it actually rained from sun up to sun down! But Tai and Keith were real troopers :)

We were shooting at the Fairmont Princess resort, but because of the weather, I was forced to think creatively and look for hidden gem locations around the grounds I might have missed had it been a clear day.

This staircase shot was taken completely with available light. I was about three floors above them and directed Tai to lean into a little pocket a light that was streaming through a window on the second floor.

I love the texture the rain added to the floor of the staircase and the asymmetric shape. Never let a little drizzle dampen your mood on a shoot! Let the creativity flow!

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Rachel Leintz About

The setting for Emily and Matt's wedding was a mixture of the southwest desert landscape and a rustic, but elegant barn (where the reception was held). After the ceremony, we made our way out into the desert a bit. The sun was setting and I was able to capture that amazing flare, right at heart level, while framing them with the sharp edges of the desert and keeping a wonderfully shallow depth of field. This shot is an example of why I love it when brides wear veils. The highlights are shining through the sheer material and illuminating the details of the lace on her dress. It just added to the magic of the moment

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Rachel Leintz About

Mark and Lesley were in a bit of bind when they learned that there wedding in Florida was going to be canceled because of an incoming hurricane! They contacted Greg Wirth, at the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale Arizona, and he made magic happen in just 24 hours. He contact me to see if I was available for a last minute booking and I'm so glad I was. Lesley wore a gorgeous satin, Pnina Tornai gown. The soft, ethereal nature of the gown create a stunning contrast with the jagged, hard edges of the desert landscape in this shot. The sun was setting, and it just cast a buttery warmth over the entire shoot.

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