Creative Photojournalistic Wedding Photographer In Dallas, Texas
Sometimes I think our clients are nuts. At our initial meeting, Dung and Peter told me they didn’t want the normal engagement photos and feel uncomfortable having their pictures taken. But when we met up with them at the Winspear Opera House in the Dallas Arts district for their engagement photos they were so much fun and easy to work with. Even when it started raining and we had to continue their shoot in the garage we saw no hint of the awkwardness they spoke of. We can’t wait for your wedding next month!
We recently had a chance to photograph Tammy and Joe’s engagement photos in New York. It was my first time there and loved it. Getting to go shoot at all the iconic locations around New York was awesome. Tammy and Joe were so fun to hang out with it just felt like we were on vacation sightseeing and shooting some photos along the way. We started out on the south side of Central Park, then headed over to Brooklyn Bridge Park and ended the shoot in Times Square. New York is such a great place to photograph we could have spent an entire day shooting at each of these locations.
Here are some of our favorites from the day. Thanks Tammy and Joe for being so much fun and showing us New York. We can’t wait until the next time we get to shoot there!
Our engagement session at the beautiful Lee Park Arlington Hall in Uptown with Allie and Patrick turned out to be so much fun! Before the shoot Allie kept telling us how much she wanted pictures taken during golden hour. We had to reschedule the shoot three times due to the weather but we got lucky on the third time with perfect weather. We lucked out cause this was the last chance we could have done the engagement photos because their wedding is tomorrow at one of the best places in Dallas for weddings, Dallas Arboretum. We can’t wait for your big day!