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The relationship that you have with your photographer can make or break your wedding-related portraits. Patrick and Danielle loved working with their photographer.
This is an awfully cute engagement session considering these two church-goers never liked each other.
Charles and Casey had their shoot in a gorgeous blooming cotton field. It’s hard to find a more Eastern North Carolina engagement session than this one.
Engagement sessions have plenty of props. A huge, wild pelican usually isn’t among them.
Sunrise is a wonderful time for a portrait session but most couples like to steer clear of it. It’s hard to be awake and presentable at sunrise. Chris and Veronica didn’t let that scare them away from doing a sunrise engagement session.
Will and Amy are both professionally creative. She’s an actress. He’s a photographer and musician. Add those two professions together and you know you’re going to get a cute engagement session.
Props have been really popular in engagement sessions for the past few years for good reason. They can be cute and they’re a good way to personalize your session.
Devon and her fiancee Kevin went another way with it. She originally wanted to use lots of props and then thought otherwise.
Sometimes it isn’t the mood or atmosphere that you remember from your portrait session. Sometimes it’s that really weird, completely off the wall thing that happened that gets remembered.
TomorrowWorld brought them together. Daniel and Catherine made sure that it was part of their engagement session.
Your photos are personal so let your personality shine through. Alejandro and Hadley did just that, letting their goofy, playful selves show during their engagement session in downtown New Bern.