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This was a quintessential New Orleans photoshoot. We started in Audubon Park at the Tree of Life. The sunlight streaming through the trees made me miss summertime. I just couldn’t get enough of that light. Back in Pittsburgh it snowed the day of this session.
This session was couple’s goals! The locations were all meaningful spots for them. First was started in their home, which they just moved into last year. Their pups were a joy and their home was simply stunning. Just look at the photos!
Afterwards we headed to nearby Frick Park, which is where Daniel popped the question.
These two had big ideas for their engagement session! They wanted a very fall theme, and what better way to do that than having pictures done in an apple orchard. Simmons Farm was kind enough to let us take photos while we did some apple picking - making for the perfect afternoon (except for the rain - but we’ll get to that).
Cindy & Ryan’s first date for engagement photos was rained out, but I’m almost glad it happened, because the day of their shoot was magical! The golf course let us borrow a few golf carts to explore in. During the shoot, they popped champagne and had a picnic right at sunset.
Faith & Justin just got engaged up at the West End Overlook. They reached out to plan an industrial, Pittsburgh engagement session. So what better place than the Strip District to get that gritty Burgh vibe?
Donevon & Marlene met me early in the morning by the famous 'Fabulous Las Vegas' sign. When I pulled in to the lot, the sun hadn't even come over the horizon yet. They gave me the best recommendations for what to do in our limited time in Vegas. The Park on Fremont was the best restaurant we went to (thanks guys!).
As most of you know, I've been out west traveling and exploring the state & national parks within driving distance from Vegas. One of my goals was to get some beautiful couple's sessions in while I was out there. Peyton & Levi were kind enough to wake up at the crack of dawn to meet me for a sunrise session right outside of Red Rock Canyon. When we got there, the sun still wasn't over the horizon.