Picnic Engagement Session | greyloftstudio

Picnic Engagement Session

Picnic Engagement Session for Shima & Shah at the beautiful arboretum just before a huge rainstorm. From the photos you would not think it was about to rain, but it poured! When I first met these two they told me about this PicnikNvibe they had planned for the upcoming wedding anniversary. Immediately I knew however that this had to be the spot and time we do these photos. It’s such a cute idea and one I would recommend if you are wanting to celebrate something special!

Bringing your Dog for Engagement Photos, must haves

We always love it when clients bring dogs or important members of the family to the session. However it’s important to always bring someone to help with holding them after we’re done or in between poses. Most won’t last the whole session. Plan to bring a leash, water, and treats if it will help with attention as well. Usually the best time to do photos with them is at the beginning of the session. Give them a few minutes to say hello to me and then we can get going while we still have full attention. Picnic is a great prop to add to any engagement session as well if you can manage it.

Interested in having your engagement session captured? Let’s chat!

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We are breaking the 9-5 golden handcuffs and diving right into the creative world, one creative session at a time.
We are a husband & wife team who specialize in wedding photography & videography services, based in Ottawa, ON, but we travel as often as our children allow us to! 

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