As morning turned to afternoon Jake was exchanging emails with Michaela and Joe, discussing the pros and cons of trying to get their engagement shoot in before the rain.
We first met Susie and Trevor a year ago when we took some couples photos for them at sunset in Fort DeSoto Park.
We’ve been in Florida for the better part of a year now, and we still can’t believe that it’s possible to go out and take photos full of greenery in the middle of December.
Earlier this month we joined Kristin and Travis on the beaches of Honeymoon Island for an engagement session by the light of the setting sun.
We met up with Staci and Joel at Vinoy Park in St. Petersburg for their engagement photography. The setting of their first date -
It was a beautiful evening at the Brooker Creek Preserve in Tarpon Springs. Even the insects Jake and I had encountered on our scouting trip were nowhere to be seen, as we trailed Amy and Luigi down the boardwalks.
One of the best things about photographing couples on location is that they sometimes do the scouting for you. When we ask clients where they would like their photos taken, they often have a place in mind, and when the do it is usually beautiful.
We always show up early for our photo sessions, partly to scout, partly so that we won’t feel rushed, and partly because you never know what the parking will be like.
Maithili grew up in India and Bob in the Netherlands, but they wouldn’t meet until their lives took them both across the globe to Burlington, Vermont, where Bob was celebrating a friends wedding and Maithili was visiting a friend of her own.
Shruti and Bhushan were such a wonderful couple to photograph. Though they looked beautiful and natural together, they exuded a shy playfulness that told me their relationship was still full of the excitement of exploration.