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About Kate Pease Photography

Hi! I am Kate. Welcome to my blog! I am based in Salt Lake City Utah. Here you will find my latest shoots, my thoughts, and happenings in my personal life. Please do not use any images without permission. Images are copyright Kate Pease 2012. Please also visit my website www.katepease.com. If you have a question about a portrait session or wedding, lets talk! Email me at email Image Credit: Clay Blackmore

Utah Wedding Photo : Book your Summer Wedding with Kate Pease Photography & Win an iPad Mini!

March 25th, 2013


I am going to be giving one of my summer brides an iPad mini as a wedding gift!

Book your wedding with me, and you’re entered to win! Multiple entries are available based on package booked.

Email me if you’re interested in making beautiful photo memories with me, and we can make it happen!

I’m not fully booked this summer so…your chances are looking really good to put that pretty little gadget in your hands!

When in panic mode it's interesting that we would probably grab photos rather than valuable jewelry. This impulse to save our recorded memories is a powerful force which tells us much about the role of photography in our lives and our constant desire to distil our most precious moments into images. We preserve the important events and people in our lives. Images are much more than a simple record. Photography speaks to the best and most generous part of our human nature. Photography allows us to express ourselves through an art form. We notice a beautiful landscape or an old man's lined face and we want to capture it. These are just some things that I want to share in my website. I want to show how beautiful the world is with my photography. Starting my website is not as easy as it seems, website traffic helped me get started.

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Thanks Erin for the photos of me shooting!

Kids + Bubbles = Happy : Utah Family Photo

March 23rd, 2013

This capture from today’s session makes me giggle.


Tip for Brides

March 20th, 2013

Just a little tip for all you beautiful brides about to have some photos taken this wedding season

(No worries that I was sitting in deer poop in this shot! Just a testament to how much I love my brides and will do anything for them!)


When you’re having formal photos taken of you and your hubby:

Tip 1: Have a helper come with you! They can hold your bouquet, fix stray hairs, carry your train etc. They are invaluable!

Tip 2: If you’re going to go anywhere with uneven terrain, wear boots! (Like Jodie did above) Your’e not going to see your shoes, you’ll be more comfortable, and you don’t have to worry about aerating the ground with your stilettos which is none too comfy!

Thanks Erin for coming along on this wedding, and for the behind the scenes photos!

Utah Wedding Photo : Jodie and Chad Preview

March 18th, 2013

I love when I get to spend my weekends photographing beautiful people in love. Nearly every detail on this day was perfect. I can’t wait to show more later.


Utah Wedding Photo : Becca & Phil Part 1

March 17th, 2013

They say that rain on a wedding day is good luck. These guys are going to have heaps and heaps of luck! Because for their engagement session, formal session, wedding day and reception it rained every time!

The funny thing is, where they live in Southern Utah, it is sunny at least 300 days a year.

Not that they’ll need it, but a little good luck rain never hurt anyone.











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