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This afternoon was Talitha and Tom’s wedding on the Emerald Hornblower yacht in San Diego.   The weather was perfect for a wedding on the water.  Check out the shot of the bride and groom as we were going under the Coronado bridge.  Here are some of my favorite pictures from their big day.

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I photographed Matt and Sarah’s wedding today at Coronado Island.  They were so fun to work with.  They kept breaking out in spontaneous laughter.  Here are a few of my favorites.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

L.O.V.E. spells love.  Thanks Matt and Sarah.

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As a staff photographer for the San Diego Comic-Con I was able to document some fun images from another fun and crazy year in San Diego.  Here are some of my favorites.

I covered the panel in Hall H for Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming movie Django Unchained.  Looks like a great movie, I can’t wait for it to come out.

Tarantino coming onstage.

Tarantino showing his t-shirt with many of his popular characters from his movies: Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, etc.

Jaimie Foxx, star of the movie, plays Django.

Kerry Washington plays Django’s wife.

Christoph Waltz play Django’s mentor and employer.

Don Johnson plays a plantation owner.

Here are some more actors I photographed at the Con:

Bai Ling, I remember how creepy she was in The Crow.

Jim Kelly, a kung-fu legend, who starred in Enter the Dragon with Bruce Lee!

Traci Lords.  She didn’t want to smile for me, but I guess that’s what happens when she is representing Retro Outlaw Studios.

Richard Hatch, who played Apollo in the original Battlestar Galactica, talking to a couple of Cylons. Too Funny.

Trina Parks, a Bond Girl, in Diamonds are Forever, among other movies in the 70’s.

Giorgio Tsoukalos.  Haha it was funny seeing this guy here.  He has wild hair and is always on the Discovery Channel talking about Ancient Aliens that came down to earth thousands of years ago and jump started our civilization.

There was an area with some very well made replicas of superheroes, and movie villains.  Here are a few favorites:

Wolverine

Superman, of course.

Predator

Darth Vader

I think my favorite part of the Con is seeing all the people dressed up in their costumes  Here are some favorites:

I think these guys are from The Walking Dead.

This is maybe my favorite shot of the day, Wolverine casually going down the escalator. Ha

These two were part of a display for the new ABC show, The Neighbors.

I’m thinking PeeWee Herman

Definitely X-Men related.

I have been told that these two are from the sci-fi cult film “They Live” made in the 1980’s.

Coors Light warrior and Storm Trooper tourist? Funny!

COBRA

Yeah Boba Fet!!

I don’t know what this guy was doing, but he always had a small crowd around him.

Here is another one in the unknown category.  I wanted to ask her if her back hurt from walking around bent over like that.

I asked this trio if I could take their picture, and they said “Sure”, and then just started dancing.

What’s the Comic-Con without some R2D2?  This one was rolling along under it’s own power.  I never did see who was controlling it.

And speaking of robots…who else is old enough to recognize this one?

Masters of the Universe…happy 30th anniversary.

That’s one angry looking rabbit!

I think this scary dude is one of the characters from The Hills Have Eyes.

The Joker.

Dunno…sombrero mustache guys?

Duff beer guy.

The Hulk.

Jim the Earthworm

DC Superheroes.

Evil Homer Simpson.

And a group of Steampunk character.

Thanks for checking out my blog.  Here’s to another year of the San Diego Comic-Con.

As a staff photographer for the San Diego Comic-Con I was able to document some fun images from another fun and crazy year in San Diego.  Here are some of my favorites.

I covered the panel in Hall H for Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming movie Django Unchained.  Looks like a great movie, I can’t wait for it to come out.

Tarantino coming onstage.

Tarantino showing his t-shirt with many of his popular characters from his movies: Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, etc.

Jaimie Foxx, star of the movie, plays Django.

Kerry Washington plays Django’s wife.

Christoph Waltz play Django’s mentor and employer.

Don Johnson plays a plantation owner.

Here are some more actors I photographed at the Con:

Bai Ling, I remember how creepy she was in The Crow.

Jim Kelly, a kung-fu legend, who starred in Enter the Dragon with Bruce Lee!

Traci Lords.  She didn’t want to smile for me, but I guess that’s what happens when she is representing Retro Outlaw Studios.

Richard Hatch, who played Apollo in the original Battlestar Galactica, talking to a couple of Cylons. Too Funny.

Trina Parks, a Bond Girl, in Diamonds are Forever, among other movies in the 70’s.

Giorgio Tsoukalos.  Haha it was funny seeing this guy here.  He has wild hair and is always on the Discovery Channel talking about Ancient Aliens that came down to earth thousands of years ago and jump started our civilization.

There was an area with some very well made replicas of superheroes, and movie villains.  Here are a few favorites:

Wolverine

Superman, of course.

Predator

Darth Vader

I think my favorite part of the Con is seeing all the people dressed up in their costumes  Here are some favorites:

I think these guys are from The Walking Dead.

This is maybe my favorite shot of the day, Wolverine casually going down the escalator. Ha

These two were part of a display for the new ABC show, The Neighbors.

I’m thinking PeeWee Herman

Definitely X-Men related.

I have been told that these two are from the sci-fi cult film “They Live” made in the 1980’s.

Coors Light warrior and Storm Trooper tourist? Funny!

COBRA

Yeah Boba Fet!!

I don’t know what this guy was doing, but he always had a small crowd around him.

Here is another one in the unknown category.  I wanted to ask her if her back hurt from walking around bent over like that.

I asked this trio if I could take their picture, and they said “Sure”, and then just started dancing.

What’s the Comic-Con without some R2D2?  This one was rolling along under it’s own power.  I never did see who was controlling it.

And speaking of robots…who else is old enough to recognize this one?

Masters of the Universe…happy 30th anniversary.

That’s one angry looking rabbit!

I think this scary dude is one of the characters from The Hills Have Eyes.

The Joker.

Dunno…sombrero mustache guys?

Duff beer guy.

The Hulk.

Jim the Earthworm

DC Superheroes.

Evil Homer Simpson.

And a group of Steampunk character.

Thanks for checking out my blog.  Here’s to another year of the San Diego Comic-Con.

Alissa and Nick got married last weekend at Central Beach Coronado with a reception at the Boathouse.  I had the honor of photographing their big day and got some great shots of them and their wedding party down on the beach after the ceremony.  Here are some of my favorite images from the day.

Thanks for visiting my blog.  I hope you enjoyed the pictures.  If you are engaged and looking for a photographer for your big day please visit www.FritzHarmon.com for more information.  Thanks, Fritz.