August 6, 2015

Southampton Engagement Photography :: Diana and Sam

couples Engagement photography portraits Travel

Pre wedding sessions. Awesome locations. Lovely couple. And funky architecture.

Sam and Di are good friends who’s wedding we celebrated the night before we left China to move here. A gorgeous Hong Kong wedding. But of course, we took some engagement photos a few months beforehand.

This was a little mini-sesh, we got together early one morning and explored the area around our city, Xiamen. Since being in Xiamen, whenever we would walk down to the park near the waterfront, we would go under the overpass with all the vines crawling up it, in a very ‘life after people’ kind of way. I’ve always wanted to put a couple in a frame there.

SHARE

Related Posts
Featured
One Last Preview
I so wanted to share this full post today, but its just not going to happen.  I'm still working on it, and it will definitely be up tomorrow.  We got home from our holiday overseas yesterday afternoon (not late) and an amazing friend, and neighbor, picked us up from the airport and made us dinner.  I'm working on the full post today, but here's another little preview of what's to come: Check back tomorrow for the entire post on this beach-y wedding.
READ MORE
Southampton Boudoir Photography :: Miss V
Some of my best work is sealed under lock and key for only a select few eyes. Most of my clients don't want anything shared, and that's perfectly fine. Every photo I put up here has been individually ok'd to be posted. Boudoir is as much about a feeling as it is in the visuals. If she doesn't feel like one photo is showing her in the best light, then it doesn't go up. So when I am given the opportunity to share some boudoir, it's a treat. A couple weeks ago, I shared the film side of this shoot, if you haven't seen it yet, check it out here. Here is the rest of the gorgeousness.
READ MORE
New Forest Family Photography
New Forest Family Photography
I was in no way ready for this summer to end. I mean it was lovely, and it was full, and I don't feel like we missed out on anything. I just wasn't ready for it to be over. My son is the perfect age right now, and it was so fun taking him exploring, throwing rocks, going sailing, and seeing new places. I also completed 2 triathlons this summer, an olympic distance and a sprint. Something I enjoyed a lot more than I thought I was going to. I'm making plans for next spring/summer and setting goals to help me improve during the cold (dark) months. But that's just it. I really struggle with the dark months. More than the rainy weather, the sho ...
READ MORE