We don’t know about you, but we are starting to feel a bit stir crazy in recent days as we continue to navigate Covid-19. The nostalgia of this unexpected time at home has run it’s course.
The John F. Kennedy Center is a stunning location for a portrait session and it certainly didn’t disappoint after Savonna and Brook’s session a couple of weeks ago!
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Lindsay and Mike have to be one of the cutest couples we have ever worked with. After spending the first part of their engagement session near Georgetown, we headed over to the Waterfront park area.
Fear not! Today we’re teaching you 5 poses that look great on anyone and how to implement them into your engagement and wedding photos.
(COVID-19) has finally made landfall in the US and has impacted nearly everything. In the wedding industry, there have been delays for gowns and decor and other supplies that are coming from overseas.
Usually the engagement session happens pretty soon after you book your wedding photographer, while you’re still trying to iron out all the details of your wedding, and possibly starting to feel the stress of it all.
A well planned timeline is essential to combating a stressful day. Whether you are going to create one yourself or work with your hired vendors, coming up with the best timeline for you and your future spouse is going to make all the difference in the world for everyone involved.
The number one pain point that we hear from a lot of couples is how they are nervous about having their photos taken. So if you are currently feeling this way, you are not alone!
Whether or not you are going for a super traditional wedding, or stepping out of the box a bit, a first look can be a back and forth kind of decision.