Liz and Zac are one of many couples dealing with this crazy year and still planning a wedding. I can’t do much to alleviate the turmoil Covid is causing on my couples, but I thought it would be fun to get out and do some engagement photography to celebrate their love.
Engagement photography is a fun way to work with all my wedding couples before their big day. Since the wedding day is always in a time crunch, it’s nice to relax and just play, and see what my camera turns up!
I love learning more about them, how they met, what they like to do together. So many couples tell me they are awkward in front of a camera, they don’t know what to do. No worries! That’s where I step in. I’m not to much into the posed engagement photography. I like my couples to walk, laugh, tickle. They end up with such natural images, you’d never know they were nervous.
I feel like it’s been more than just a year since I met Liz and Zac. Not to be all romantic and cheesy, but it feels like from our first meeting we really clicked. They are incredibly laid back and easy going. Which makes my job equally easy.
Liz and Zac are exactly the type of couple I try to attract to my business. They are fun and friendly, a couple truly in love. They understand that a wedding day is a fluid being, and we can’t control every moment of the day. And while there is always a shot list to accomplish, some things are just out of our control. They’ve taken every curve ball thrown their way and adjusted course with ease.
We started their engagement session with a trip to Stoney Creek, the golf course specifically. We hit a popular spot at the park that has these beautiful pine trees. It’s not my favorite place to go for every session, but I feel like its the perfect place for engagement photography. We ended up wandering around the area and capturing all the beautiful sights around us. Stoney has so much to offer, each little area looks different than the last.
Enjoy these engagement photos of two lovebirds, Liz and Zac. I can’t wait to celebrate their wedding in a few short weeks! It won’t be the large celebration they envisioned, but it will be nothing short of amazing.