An abandoned warehouse.
That was what this bride-to-be’s brother said when he saw the images from her engagement session!
We had so much fun exploring the secret spots of Cleveland during this photo shoot. I figure, if you can be romantic in a building that’s threatening to fall down on your head… you’ve got a good thing going on! This cloudy and rainy Cleveland day proved perfect for photos, and we got some great ones!
Interesting backgrounds and dramatic lighting (not to mention some Photoshop magic) can take a couple’s natural interaction, and transform it into an artistic image. That’s what I love about these photos– they are edgy and modern, but they don’t miss the point — capturing the couple, their romance, and their excitement to spend the rest of their lives together.
Here are some of my favorites!
Last Thursday, I was pretty nervous, and no, not about Lebron. Kim asked me if I would take a few engagement photos of her and her fiance. She photographs. I edit. That’s how it’s suppose to be. But no no. Kim insisted I could take on her task of capturing great pics. So here are a few. Should I keep my job as an editor? Or take a shot at being a photographer? You can be the judge. Comment. I would love to get some constructive criticism.
Congrats guys! I love you both!
I’m photographing Katie & Aaron’s wedding in September, so this past weekend we got things started with a great engagement photo shoot! They said they wanted to have an urban feel to their photos, so we went exploring! We had so much on playgrounds, junkyards & buildings that were barely standing– they were such great sports, and climbed on everything I asked them to. This was the kind of couple that makes my job easy– no need for me to tell them to show affection, or to make each other laugh– they had that covered! These two were so much fun, and I can’t wait to photograph their big day.