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California Junkyard Engagement Shoot by Anika London Photography

October 27, 2010 | christy

engagement shoot in a southern california junk yard, photos by Anika London Photography

Though a junkyard isn’t the typical romantic setting for an engagement shoot, photographers Ariel and Josh from Anika London Photography made this creative location sing! They used the location’s colors, shapes and unusual backdrops and perspectives to create gorgeous images full of personality, and of course, lots of love!

engagement shoot in a southern california junk yard, photos by Anika London Photography

 

engagement shoot in a southern california junk yard, photos by Anika London Photography

 

engagement shoot in a southern california junk yard, photos by Anika London Photography

 

engagement shoot in a southern california junk yard, photos by Anika London Photography

 

engagement shoot in a southern california junk yard, photos by Anika London Photography

 

engagement shoot in a southern california junk yard, photos by Anika London Photography

 

engagement shoot in a southern california junk yard, photos by Anika London Photography

 

engagement shoot in a southern california junk yard, photos by Anika London Photography

 

engagement shoot in a southern california junk yard, photos by Anika London Photography

 

engagement shoot in a southern california junk yard, photos by Anika London Photography

 

engagement shoot in a southern california junk yard, photos by Anika London Photography

 

engagement shoot in a southern california junk yard, photos by Anika London Photography

All images above by Anika London Photography. To learn more about Anika London, be sure to visit their website and blog!

 

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  1. Love this shoot and definitely love Anika London.

  2. wow! so unique and lovely! nice work!

  3. Very Unique and Cool photo shoot!!! Absolutely love it!!!

  4. Fantastic work! I was wondering if the focus effects (like on the first and second shots) were done with a tilt-shift lens, or post-production?? Either way, they’re something special. Cheers. 🙂

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