You can never go wrong with somewhere as epic as the Brooklyn Bridge for your engagement session. Michael and Michelle met me early Sunday morning for a sunrise Brooklyn Bridge/DUMBO engagement session. It was hot (like 90s) and a little crowded already, but we had a ton of fun and they enjoyed discovering the area during their session.
Nick and Sami both grew up in Sayville, NY where Nick has been a part of the Sayville volunteer fire department for thirteen years and Sami’s grandparents lived across from the Islip Grange Park where we photographed their engagement session and both spent time growing up in the park. Nick’s colleagues from the fire department were kind enough to help us out with the local fire engine so we could take some photos with the truck and even carried out the vintage fire hose carts from the town.
It was a perfectly cool, but sunny day with an incredible incredible sunset ( You know I am obsessed with sunset photos!) that made the perfect backdrop and light for photos. We spent some time along the beach and then headed over to Divine Park enjoying the views and sunset. Angela and John were such naturals to photograph because they simply had fun with one another and really let their relationship shine while I got to document.
With the light just beginning to creep over Central Park, I met Blaine and Steven early Sunday morning for their engagement session in hopes of finding the elusive cherry blossoms in bloom. After a session reschedule due to weather and no sign of Spring in the air, this morning was the perfect overcast, warm, and cherry blossom filled day.