Engagement/ pre-wedding shoots are one of my most favourite things to capture. Mostly because you get so much free time to be able to get lots of different kind of shots, try new things and not have to rush... meaning we have time to climb a mountain at 3am for sunrise (if you want to!).
An engagement photoshoot can last around an hour up to two hours, depending on the kind of shoot and location you choose. At weddings on average you usually have two hours to get the confetti shot, drive to your reception, canapes, group photos, photos of the two of you as well as having some time to speak with your guests before its time to sit down for your wedding breakfast. I therefore highly recommend an engagement shoot before your wedding to get those extra special snaps.
I have been known to hike up hills for sunrise, paddled in rivers and wrestled with dogs to get THE shot.
Not only is it a great opportunity for cringe free photos together but you also get to know me and my style better before the big day. You’ll be able to watch me fall down holes, slip down hills and throw my drink all over myself (yep).
The photos can be used for engagement announcements, save the dates, invites, wedding favours or you can even have a few on display at your wedding.
We can do the shoot absolutely anywhere you like, if its back at the restaurant where he proposed, on the tallest hill for sunrise in Skipton where you had your first date, at a castle (because you like castles) or in a field at the back of the church you’re going to get married in. For some ideas for locations read my blog on the best places in Yorkshire for an engagement shoot.