Tag Archives: Tucson Engagement Photography
Harry & Hilary made me beam for a solid 2 hours. Granted, this was the wettest engagement session I have ever shot. BUT, I’m pretty sure it ranks up there with a favorite. From the backdrop they chose (saguaro national park) and the special little personal nuances they brought along with them…I’m pretty sure we nailed something special!
they ride bikes in this park ALL the time…notice Harry on the right below? yea, that’s him attempting to be serious…attempting..
notice the rain?? :D did i mention we got wet??
i love this one…
and this one… i LOVE that point of complete abandonment. when i can step aside and a couple trusts enough and is comfortable enough…to just love each other.
they laugh ALL. the. time. Oh Harry & Hilary, you two were definitely a highlight for my weekend! I hope you enjoy these moments captured as much as I have! | lkm
I’m currently wrapping up the edits of M + R’s wedding a few weeks ago and I just realized i never posted highlights from their engagement session earlier this summer! These two really enjoy each other. Obviously. :) | lkm
After we hit up T + M’s favorite date spot (See Part One), we sauntered over to the nearby wash (a common landmark in Tucson). I wasn’t sure what to expect. As a photographer stationed in the desert (grin) I’m still workin’ on my collection of locations and backdrops to shoot in…I’ll have to write more about the changing and challenging scenery later. While Megan was anticipating a couple romantic hugs on the bridge I suggested we jump down INTO the wash (which was an impressive feat for a client in a sassy dress, a pregnant photographer and a grip of camera gear). But we did it and I was so glad we did! The sun was setting and provided a soft glow as a few tall, assuming weeds played off the neutral tones of the lovebird’s wardrobe. I was eyeballing the sunbeams streaking through the bridge pillars knowing that that was where i’d wrap up the shoot…
Tyler + Megan are getting married in Alburquerque, New Mexico next month. I am SO excited for them to start this new chapter…AND finally get to live in the same city. They’ve been doing long distance for the past few months and my heart goes out to them. While distance is a pretty ‘safe’ way to do the engagement period, it’s gut-wrenching. Been there. Done that. Thank you so much for letting me be part of these memories T + M. I hope this last month of preparing for the celebration and the rest of your lives ROCKS and is full of great, great amazing joy! | lkm