This spring-time engagement session feels so much like summer with all the water, romance and warm sunset glows. I posted part one of this engagement session last week, and here is part II: it’s more casual, more fun, and it comes all wrapped up in a golden hour bow (my favourite kind!).
For me, so much of photography is about exploring connections, and it’s what jumps out at me about this set of images. You can really see the love and connection between these two sweethearts. Wishing them all the best that life can offer!
Here are some highlights from part II of Sabrina and Joe’s engagement session, taken in Frenchman’s Bay, my favourite part of the Lake Ontario shoreline.
It was a windy sunny day when I took Sabrina and Joe’s engagement photos at Frenchman’s Bay in Pickering. It made for some wonderfully wind-swept romantic photographs. Sabrina and Joe were visiting family while on break from school in Kansas City. These two had such wonderful chemistry and were so good-natured that it was such a pleasure to photograph them. We got so many lovely photos that I’ll be splitting them into two blog posts. Hope you all enjoy these photographs as much as I enjoyed taking them!
A great perspective on trimming your wedding budget on Global News (and as a cool aside, one of my lovely couples is featured along with a few of the photos I took of them).
You can read more about this no bridal party trend here.