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I am assuming you're recently engaged and planning out your engagement session. But whether you’re engaged already, think the big question may be coming soon, or just wanting to have a dreamy couple session. I want to offer a few tips that I have learned over the years for nailing your engagement photos. From what to wear all the down to where to go. keep these things in mind before your upcoming photo shoot!
WEAR SOMETHING YOU ARE COMFY IN
You’ve probably read or heard this tip before, but it really is SO important. If you choose clothes that are too tight or clingy, you’ll spend your whole session picking at them or covering up.
Choose outfits that make you feel like you're on top of the world. Choose outfits that complement Each Other, But Don't Match! To do this tie everything together with a color scheme. I always love going on Pinterest and looking at color schemes. Possibly incorporate your wedding color scheme. As much as you consider how your engagement outfits make you feel, think also about how they’ll photograph during your session. For the ladies, I recommend choosing pieces that flow nicely as you move. Guys I always recommend casual but not TOO casual. Think V-necks with blazers or a jean jacket.
Find a Location (We can suggest some cool ones)
There are so many places to choose from. I always tell the couple to choose a location that describes them. Consider who you are as individuals and as a couple. When you're coming up with a plan for your session, think about what would most represent you. Once you describe to me who you are as a couple I can even choose the location. Here a just a few examples below.
If you're planning to wear makeup, use products formulated for photography. Using a makeup artist is beneficial, not only because they know how to do makeup specifically to be photographed but because you tend to feel your best when someone professional does your makeup. If you choose to do your own makeup you can always watch a few videos or read a few articles on best makeup products to use when being photographed.