I first met with Sam last March when she booked me for her Fall 2019 wedding. Fast forward almost a year later to Sam & Tayler’s engagement session, it was a snowy day, but not quite as snowy out as it is right now. I wanted to try out a new location, so we met and made our way through some very deep snow to the spot I wanted . It was actually an unused train track that made it’s way through a forested area. Here are a few shots from that location.
Next we headed down the street to another isolated area that I love. I first used this location over a year ago for a maternity session. There is something about these reeds that I love. I wish I knew what they are called. The shots here were fun, candid and natural, just the way I like it! Sam and Tayler had no trouble in front of the camera and photographed beautifully!
Last but not least I pulled out some blankets from my collection (I have a bit of an addiction). We used them to sit on and later to wrap around them for a bit of a different look. If you are ever worried about being cold at your outdoor session, I always try to bring blankets and find a location that is sheltered a bit from the wind.
Winter sessions when there is snow falling is a dream come true for me! It’s cold, but so worth it for the lovely winter wonderland images that are created. If you or someone you know is engaged and looking for a photographer, I would love to meet and hear all about how you met, how he proposed, and all the details that you have planned for your wedding day. Every couple is unique and that’s why my goal is to produce images as unique as you are!