I don’t know about you, but I am sick of the cold weather we’ve been having here in New York. Logically, I know it’s February and I should get over myself, but I am ready for spring to be here. In celebration of the warmth that is soon to come (eventually), I am sharing with you Sarah and David’s Shakespeare Garden engagement photos. The photos in Central Park are lovely, and they have me dreaming of balmy days down the road. Enjoy the images as well as a few photo tips for your own tour through Central Park.
With the end of summer drawing near, I thought it might be a good time to offer a few beach engagement tips drawn from Angii and Paul’s recent Long Beach engagement session. While this couple scheduled their engagement session AFTER they walked down the aisle (and I’ll have photos from their Montauk Lighthouse wedding soon!), the lessons learned from their photo session will help you plan the perfect seaside photo shoot, no matter when you book your session.
I am not a big fan of posed engagement photos because posing stifles the natural energy level of the couple. So what do you do about engagement shoots that are inherently posed photo sessions? Turn your engagement session into a story told through the camera, of course! In today’s blog I will give you a list of creative engagement photo shoot ideas and introduce you to Ariel and Jeremiah, who turned their engagement session into a documentary about how they love to cook.
I hope you all are enjoying your weekend! I thought sharing with you the Astoria Park engagement photos of Meredith and Jonathan would be the perfect way to end a perfect Sunday afternoon.
You’re engaged, now what???
Did you know that the most popular time of the year to get engaged is from Thanksgiving through Valentine’s Day? Yes, folks, we are at the height of engagement season. As such, I thought I might pass along a little advice on what to do first after you have said ‘Yes.’