Lakefront Winter Engagement

Sometimes the things we want just don’t work out.  Thomas and Emily really wanted a snowy winter engagement shoot…but mother nature had other ideas and our initial lakefront winter engagement session was scraped.  After 8 weeks of snow dances we decided to call it and go with a grey monotone theme instead.  I’ve always loved the large rocks at the edge of where Lake Michigan meets Milwaukee, and we decided to tempt the wintry waves with our presence.  To really play up the grey apparel and starkness of late February I chose to shoot mostly with a high speed black and white film for effect.  Of course I had to bring out some color film to play up the bold coral lip Emily had on with the rosy/orange tones of the granite and the blue sky contrasting perfectly.  Thomas and Emily made the best of their less than ideal engagement session, and quite frankly I love thinking outside of the box and creating one of a kind imagery for my one of a kind couples.

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Lake Michigan Engagement Session

Let’s take a journey back in time to warmer days, shall we?  Early this fall Jeremy and Maranda showed me how adventurous they are by following me down a steep cliff to reach our top secret photography destination.  These two just brought the adorable.  They are so in love and boy oh boy does it show.  Now I have to patiently make it through winter and wait until next summer for more of these magical moments.  Let the countdown begin!Untitled-1Blog-30 Untitled-3Blog-9Untitled-2Blog-6 Untitled-5Blog-17 Untitled-6 Blog-11

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