San Luis Obispo Wedding Photography by Jonathan Roberts| Bluephoto bio picture
  • Hi, I'm Jonathan Roberts and I started Bluephoto 9 years ago. I've shot over 350 weddings and have loved every minute of it *(almost every minute....the naked reception guy freaked me out...and there was the crazy dog that bit Michael, the groom...)!

    And a little about me:

    I am living my dream. Not too many people can say that. I have the cutest wife ever. Michelle never stops smiling and she is simply a joy to wake up to each day. I am incredibly thankful for our happy little boy who spends way more time giggling than crying, a wife who is the love of my life and a job I look forward to each day. Marriage for me has been a dream come true and I am thrilled to be a part of each couple's wedding day as they make the commitment to be together for the rest of their lives.

    And to be a little less sappy - I also love wine, cooking,, figuring out near impossible lighting setups, single speed mountain bikes, chips and salsa, brie with crackers and caramelized onions, the perfect margarita with just a touch of salt, and knowing when I click the shutter that I captured a perfect moment.

    Shoot me an email or give me a call we'll figure out a time to grab a cup of coffee. 

    (805) 748-1378


Kristin and Nick – Engagement

Kristin, Nick and I met up in Los Osos last night for their engagement session. This time of year, Los Osos is simply outstanding. Gone are the summer evenings filled with fog and dreary coastal weather. Winter (when it isn’t raining) is simply the most stunning time of year for this amazing area. Before heading out to Montana de Oro, we warmed up at the Sweet Springs Preserve which is a great place to explore as the moss dangling from the oaks gives off a very unique backdrop. And as the evening winded down, we made our way out to the coastal area and enjoyed watching the sun as it slowly made its way below the Pacific.

Thanks you two for a wonderful evening!

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Puerto Rico – Family Vacation

Each year we take off around November for as long a trip as we can get away with. This year we decided to check out Puerto Rico for no other reason other than that Michelle nor I had ever been. Michelle is a fantastic trip planner which allows us to enjoy experiences in the countries we visit that I suspect a lot of travelers might not find. Mid-November is generally the low season for travel to the Caribbean which means empty beaches and often having entire villages to ourselves.

This was a fantastic trip for all three of us; giving us a chance to refocus on each other and to recharge and take a break from our often too busy lives.

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