I love capturing proposals and this one, captured for Flytographer in one of the most romantic and scenic spots in Budapest, is one of my favorites.
Karen and Dennis’ engagement session didn’t involve nearly as much adventure as their proposal did (unless you count our 6:00 am start time or the very minor heights they encountered climbing Fisherman’s Bastion), but not all adventures look the same.
We’re all used to newlyweds celebrating with a honeymoon just after the wedding, but have you considered planning a year of mini-moons instead?
Last month, I took a train trip to Austria and Germany and (gasp!) left my digital camera at home. Here’s why I ditched digital and what I learned from my unplugged vacation.
A lot of us are camera shy or just don’t have much experience having professional portraits taken, so it can feel stressful when trying to decide if you should book a photo shoot or not. Here are three easy steps to look natural in front of the camera.
Photographing Jana was a dream: we laughed, we chatted, we oooh’d and aaah’d over all the gorgeous architecture at Fisherman’s Bastion. Dream morning.