Today I’m taking you behind the scenes on a real engagement shoot and breaking down one of my favorite images of 2021!! This image took some creativity and patience and I am SO happy with the final result!
In full transparency, this session did not go as planned; we had another location in mind and it closed early, so we had to quickly find a new spot. And while we were shooting in this location, it took a few tries to capture the epicness of what I was seeing. In today’s video I show you the EXACT images that led me there AND I also break down what’s going through my mind that didn’t seem quite right or wasn’t enough so that I could finally capture an image that I LOVED!!
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