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City By the Sea | Seattle Portrait Photographer | Evidence Photography & Design

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A little photo session by the sea with City by the Sea DJ Sean Swanky.







Rachael Reis is one of the photographer sisters behind Evidence Photography & Design and focuses her work on musicians, artists and events in the Seattle area. Inspired by what you see here? Send us a session inquiry or check out our Session Planning Guides.

Fall Newsletter | Evidence Photography & Design | Seattle

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Does anyone else feel like fall snuck up on them? Out of nowhere? Like a shadowy burglar in an old cartoon? One minute I am celebrating my anniversary with the hubby, drafting my Fantasy Football Team (go team Unger Games!), birthday bar-hopping with the Besties (wow, I can’t believe I said “Besties” – is using teenspeak a sign of getting old?) and suddenly I look around, it’s the day after Labor Day and I’m ordering a triple tall nonfat pumpkin spice latte. How did this happen?




Well, it’s a good thing fall is my favorite season. I love cozy wool jackets, hot lattes, falling leaves, Sunday football and fall photo sessions! I know I’ve said it before, but one of the great things about photographing in the fall is that the sun does the most magical things - the way it lights up a field on a sunny evening or casts a diffused glow on an overcast afternoon. Even getting photographed under umbrellas in the rain is fun (though totally not limited to the fall when you are a Seattle-ite).


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What to Wear | Orange Color & Style Inspiration | Seattle Portrait Photography

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Trending Hue: Celosia Orange

Orange is a tangy, optimistic color that demands attention! Strong, joyful, and happy, adding orange to your photography session is always a hit on camera. Those with a more extroverted nature might enjoy orange-themed outfits. Orange can look wonderful both in a field of grass as well as in urban settings, such as against concrete, brick, and stone. I think orange makes a nice transitional hue from summer into fall.


When you are choosing clothing for your photo session, keep in mind how you are looking to use your photos. If you plan to hang large art pieces made from the photos in your home, you will want to consider how your photo location and colors will look in the room. For engaged couples, consider matching one of your engagement session outfits to your wedding colors for coordinated photos to display at your wedding.

Seattle life photographer Heather Reis Fike is owner and photographer for Evidence Photography & Design. Inspired by all aspects o…