Sessions like these are why you should consider opting for an early morning session. Empty beaches. Glowy sun. Cool breeze. Clay and Michelle had the perfect Saturday morning for their lakeside engagement session in Port Clinton, Ohio.
One of the keys word I use to describe my photography style is romantic- and this fall engagement session is overflowing with romance.
Everyone is ready for their pumpkin spice lattes and sweaters, and I’m over here holding on to any last bit of summer for dear life. I think that’s why I love this Toledo Botanical Garden engagement session so much.
Good morning Columbus! Perfect light, weather and traffic for this Downtown Columbus Engagement session with Anna and Elmer this past Saturday.
Makayla and Scott had the most beautiful morning at the Toledo Botanical Garden for their engagement session.
My blogging hiatus is usually during the winter months. Usually from November to April, it’s pretty quiet around here. But then well, you know, COVID happened. And I ended up with a four month break during the peak spring and early summer months. But sessions like this Toledo metropark engagement session are just the thing […]
I’ve been struggling a bit during this winter season. It’s easy to feel like things have become stagnant when it’s “slow” season. But it’s sessions like this Toledo engagement session that remind me that, while only February, wedding season will be here before we know it.
It’s no surprise that there is a winter “lull” for wedding professionals in Northwest Ohio. It’s a just natural. There’s less light and less “degrees” to work with. AKA- it’s cold! But this Toledo winter engagement session was the perfect way to break up those winter blues.
I’m always amazed by all of the things that happen in a year. 365 days. And yet it feels like it was only ten days.
Rain, rain- looks like you’re here to stay. We’ll do our engagement session anyway!