Engaged: Jacob + Kelly

While I love just about everything vintage, there is one major exception: circa 1900s portraits. I don’t know about you, but I’m glad we don’t do portraits like this anymore:

Poor, poor, sad-looking people. May I never take a photo that makes my clients look like they are having some sort of painful allergic reaction to my camera.

Needless to say, I am happy when my clients tell me they had fun during their photo sessions. I kind of worry about that, because I take my photos the way I think: in an unpredictable, stream-of-consciousness sort of way. I will pull my clients in every which direction, as the ideas happen to occur, and I always hope they have fun during our little “adventure” through my crazy brain! So when people like Jacob and Kelly tell me they had fun, well, part of my goal is accomplished. The other part is of course the photos, so, without much (more) ado, here are a few of my favorites:

As I was taking this photo, I told Jacob and Kelly that it would look like they were out in the middle of nowhere in an empty field. Have I mentioned lately that I love field shots? Cuz I’m prettty sure it’s a reocurring theme on this blog!

The sun disappered behind the clouds before the session was over, but I was glad we grabbed these shots before then.

As with all my engagement sessions, I enjoyed hanging out with Jacob and Kelly and getting to know them a little better before the wedding. Thanks guys, for such an enjoyable afternoon: we are going to have a good time in March!


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