Four Tips for Your Engagement Photo Session
September officially starts the beginning of engagement season. It peaks during the winter holidays and usually concludes with another bump for St. Valentines Day. What does this mean for you? Well, one of the first things you'll want to do is set a date and right up there in the top five list, is to hire a wedding and engagement photographer. Why so soon? Three little words (and it's not "I love you"), SAVE. THE. DATE.
Today's families are busy and without a placeholder on their calendars for you, vacations and other important events can nudge you right off that calendar page. So, now that you've settled on a fantastic engagement photographer to capture your blooming love on your radiant faces, you'll need some guidance for how to go about your engagement session. Allow me to provide that with the experience from the engagement sessions I've completed.
Everything has a plus side to it. For more great ideas, give me a call and we can schedule your engagement photo session. Consultations are always free! (908) 229-1694.
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