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Disneyland Wedding Documentary by Jason Lanier Photography


Follow award winning photographer Jason Lanier as he shoots the wedding for Ransen and Christina at the most magical place on earth, Disneyland! This footage gives you keen insight into the preparation before the wedding day, shooting the entire wedding day, and an in-depth look at the shoot the day after the wedding that Jason did with the wedding couple inside of Disneyland with the park empty!

Footage also includes the presentation of the images to the wedding clients from Jason in Maui, Hawaii (where they live) and a complete slideshow of the wedding photography so you can see the finished product for yourselves.

Disney Weddings- Walking through the carriage and down the aisle


As I’m preparing for my new website launch we’re going through a slew of images hand picking the best ones that will make it to the gallery sections.  This means I’ll be posting some of my favorites that haven’t made it before.  This image was taken at my wedding for Christina and Ransen at Disneyland in July 2011.  This is the shot of her taken through her horse drawn carriage of her Dad walking her down the aisle.  This was truly one of the most amazing weddings I’ve ever done and I’ll always be grateful to Christina for allowing me the opportunity to shoot it!

Next Workhops:

  • Morgantown, WV- October 22-24
  • Myrtle Beach, SC- November 6-7
  • Tampa, Florida- November 13-14

Camera settings: Nikon D700, 1/250 sec at f/9.0, 16mm at ISO 400, flash did not fire.  Taken at 5:16pm on July 9, 2011 by Jason Lanier.

Birdcage Theater, Tombstone Arizona

When I decided to start teaching workshops one of the first things I said to myself was, “I’m gonna go to some really cool places.”  I’m sick of workshops that are just stuck in hotels or the local park.  I wanted to make my workshops epic…this is an example of some of the awesome places we go!

This image was taken during our ghost tour of the Birdcage Theater in Tombstone, Arizona.  This theater has been witness to many amazing things and people, including over 120 bullet holes from fights, etc.  It’s also been frequented by the likes of Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, Bat Masterson, and others.

Another fun fact is the poker game.  The basement poker room is said to be the site of the longest-running poker game in history. Played continuously twenty-four hours a day for eight years, five months, and three days, legend has it that as much as $10,000,000 changed hands during the marathon game, with the house retaining 10 percent. Some of the participants were Doc HollidayBat MastersonDiamond Jim Brady, and George Hearst. When ground water began seeping into the mines in the late 1880s the town went bust, the Bird Cage Theatre along with it. The poker game ended and the building was sealed up in 1889.

Next Workshop: Las Vegas, Nevada- right after WPPI!!

Root Bear Float

This image was taken at Brooks River with my D7000 back in July of 2012.  I just loved how this Grizzly Bear was surrounded with all the foam, and when it started dripping off his mouth it really make me have the impression that he was drinking a soda and it was just running down his face.  I love Alaska!

Next Workshop: Las Vegas, Nevada- right after WPPI!!!!

Camera settings: Nikon D7000, 1/500 sec at f/8.0, 300mm at ISO 100, flash did not fire.  Taken at 3:25pm on July 12, 2012 by Jason Lanier.

Liverpool Anglican Cathedral with Seth and Yvonne

This image was taken during my couple shoot with Seth and Yvonne the day after the wedding in Liverpool, England. The church was incredibly accommodating in letting us take pictures there and even played the wedding theme song while we were shooting to show they had a sense of humor.  It was an amazing time and I can’t wait to share more!