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Allison & Chris || Twickenham District Huntsville Engagement Session

May 1, 2018

Allison & Chris' downtown Huntsville and Twickenham District engagement session was an absolute photographer's dream. 

They are so sweet together, and were game to try any pose or location that I suggested. Not to mention, I loved Allison's Free People dress. Can you say: JAW DROPPER?

 

 

Walking shots are always my favorite. I almost always have you walk for 15 minutes of your session. #sorrynotsorry.

 

 

 

 I was so grateful we were able to catch some of the last blooms of these gorgeous trees. 

 

 I MEAN SERIOUSLY. Can you even? 

 

 If anyone knows what type of trees those are, please PLZ let me know. Right now they are kind of an ugly red leaf. Maybe a Japanese Maple? Or am I just making that up because they are similar to Japanese Cherry Blossoms? Who knows? All I know is that they made this wedding photographer very happy. 

 Can you say perfection? ^^^

I made Chris shake the tree while kissing Allison to try to capture the shot below. I think it worked?! I don't know, I love it.

And obviously I am obsessed with cutting off people's heads in photos. I love capturing the up-close and intimate. I think it is what sets me apart from other photographers. 

 

CAN YOU FEEL THE LOVE? >>>

I also try to look for neutral walls during your engagement session so that we can get a more traditional portrait look. 

 

 

They are so photogenic don't you think?

 

We had to end their session in Downtown Huntsville. It just has so much charm and character.

 

 

 I love that they coordinated their outfits instead of being Matchy, matchy, matchy. 

Last, but not least: we had to go to Big Spring Park for a few photos. I couldn't help myself.