Not everyone feels that they are or can be photogenic, especially brides who are busy with day to day life, while also planning their wedding day. However, we want to help you to thoroughly enjoy your engagement session, and to love your portraits for the rest of your life! So, we have compiled a list of 7 remarkable tips to for an unparalleled engagement session! Trust us, you’ll love these tips!
A few months back, Jeff and I offered an Engagement Session Giveaway. Little did we know, it would change our lives for the better. How you ask? Well, because of that giveaway, we were able to meet Jamie and Matt – two amazing people with a strong love for each other and all they’ve accomplished throughout life together. (Jamie is an Elementary School Teacher, and Matt is a Mechanical Engineer.) Jamie entered our giveaway, and told us a lot about their relationship, and I simply knew right away, that we had to meet them! After meeting with them to discuss the details of the Engagement Session Giveaway, and to plan out their Engagement Session, Jeff and I quickly realized that we were connecting with Jamie and Matt on a much deeper level than some of our past clients. We simply knew that this adorable couple seated across from us, would become one of our favorites to work with. After learning more about them, we decided to mention that we would love to do an Engagement Session in front of the natural stunning waterfalls, found in Munising, Michigan. They quickly agreed that the idea was an amazing idea, and that we should move forward with this dreamy and romantic plan. Keep reading to see what happens next during the Munising Michigan Waterfalls Engagement Session with Matt & Jamie!
There’s something to be said for the level of comfort you can attain in working with a client multiple times leading up to their wedding day. This awesome couple, who were wed at the Silver Shores Waterfront banquet facility in Wyandotte Michigan, were no strangers to us and our “go with the flow” photography techniques once the time came for their wedding day. We had worked with them as photographers for their engagement session, as well as two family sessions – one in a studio, and the other was a lifestyle shoot. As a result, by the time their wedding day arrived, it was like visiting with old friends!