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The precursor to the actual event, engagement photography is what helps show the couple’s spark with each other and creates widespread awareness of their upcoming wedding. 

As the photographer, it is important for US to do
research so that the couple’s engagement pictures will be creative, interesting, entertaining, love-struck, and most of all, satisfying for the couple themselves.

 An engagement shoot is a wonderful idea to consider before your wedding. Whether you want to re-create your proposal moment, capture some beautiful photos in a spot that has meaning to you both, or just simply want to get to know your photographer, having an engagement shoot is a fantastic way to express that elated glow you get in the lead up to the aisle.



The Perfect Setting

Setting the right scene for your engagement shoot is important so think carefully about the location, as it will influence the whole outcome of your shoot.
 Choosing a shoot location that’s different to your wedding venue,” . “It could be the place where you got engaged, a spot where you love going for walks or perhaps your favorite park - choose somewhere that has meaning to you both.”                                                                                        

Choose the Best Time of Day

“Once you have a location in mind, think about the best time of day to do the shoot and whether your surroundings will be busy,” “The point is to capture photos of you looking as comfortable as possible, not stressed that there are hundreds of people looking at you who will probably end up getting in the way!”

Capture the Happiness

When the day of the shoot arrives, try to set aside any nerves and instead channel all the excitement that you’ve been building since your engagement.
What could be better than a photograph to capture just how happy you both are? Your wedding is one of the biggest days of your life – use your engagement shoot to freeze this moment of happiness forever.

Have Fun!
Unlike wedding photos, engagement shoots don’t have to be taken quite so seriously. The aim of them is to capture you both acting naturally as a couple and it’s the perfect chance to have a bit of fun and enjoy some quality time with your other half.

                                          Overall, it’s important to just let go and enjoy yourself as much as possible. After all, how often do you get to do an engagement shoot?                             

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