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Thanks again to the great production team at B&H Photo, who came in to film a segment about engagement sessions with me. Here we discuss not only some of the advantages to these sessions, but my general approach to planning and discussing them as well as on the shoot itself.
And thanks to Jen and Charles for posing for us, and doing a great job even though they had never met! Jen’s actual fiancé had a last-minute schedule change … we don’t normally provide stunt doubles for shoots but we’re always willing to go the extra mile!)
Here’s a frame from the shoot:
I’ve got lots of experience with this thing now and I’m ready to review it … but the only problem is that means I have to stop shooting with it.
The weather is (sometimes) nice again, which means lots of couples are scheduling their engagement shoots. So this blast from the past is a reminder for my couple to dig deep and think of places that have meaning for them or where you’d have fun! The shoots are about you, in the end. Sebastian and Christine met in Whole Foods, so that’s where we started their session. Required a bit of sneakiness, but it was a blast.
Lens: 24-70mm f/2.8
Camera: Nikon D3
I feel like my blog has unexpectedly become a travel brochure for Newark. But man, Branch Brook Park did their cherry blossom display right, and Cindy, Sharvin and I had all sorts of fun there.
Camera: Nikon D3s
Lens: Nine-image “Brenizer method” panorama with the Sigma 85mm f/1.4