Happy New Years! 2015 was kind of a crazy year. New England was this totally new canvas to me, so every session was a little more exciting because I had never been to any of the locations previously. A big adventure while trying to break into the Connecticut wedding photography market. I’m definitely starting to have favorite spots, but there are still so many that I’ve seen in friend’s work that I’m dying to shoot at.
I did this post last year, so I decided that I would again. It’s always fun to go back and look through everything you did in a year. So here are, the most romantic images of 2015.
These two made my job so easy. Their love, and connection was so easy to see and photograph. It was almost as if I was intruding on private moments most of their session, which definitely gave us some amazing shots. This one could also go under location because it was fantastical.
Two words. Lavender farm. Lavender pond farm was the most beautiful backdrop for this styled shoot over the summer. We had the dream team working together as well, so everything was just FAB.
This wedding at the Mystic Seaport was kind of a photographer’s dream. The fog was thick and beautiful for all of our couple’s first look. Personally, I think adding fog to any water images makes it about 500% cooler.
This is one of my favorite detail shots of the year. For starters, the bride in her dress is gorgeous. Beyond that though, there is a softness in the image that just makes everything work. This part of the day is one of my favorites. The bride, and all of her girls, probably her mom are about to see her ready for her big day for the first time.
This couple obviously had a ton of emotions going on. The day you get engaged you go from nervous, to excitement, elation, shock, and just OMG level happiness. They are so cute, plus it was pretty much the most perfect day and location.
Ok, now as much as I love the mountains and nature. I also love cityscapes. Give me a downtown street to shoot on and I’m a happy girl. It must be the gemini dual personality thing because it’s really not evident in my personality elsewhere.
This session at Yale was amazing. Yale is so beautiful, and has so much diversity. Old architecture where you think you are in Rome, then you turn a corner and it’s a garden or there is a Starbucks. Plus, these two are awesome. They are such a fun couple, and we have actually become good friends since their session!
Oh hello, New York City! This session was a bucket list session. I think most photographers want to shoot in NYC at least once. I definitely still have some exploring to do and would love to shoot there a bit more but this was so fun. Plus, Tyler and Mike are locals who know know the cool spots that aren’t necessarily the big touristy ones. My favorite. I mean, a subway tunnel covered in a graffiti art piece? Yes please.
I can’t wait to see what 2016 brings. I’m positive it will be full of great people, beautiful locations, and epic moments.
If you are getting married in 2016 and don’t have a wedding photographer, email me! I’d love to meet with you! 🙂
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