I met Zoe and Jake on a beautiful February afternoon for their Rundle park engagement session. It was a chance to get to know them better ahead of their April wedding. It was also an opportunity for them to get comfortable in front of the camera.
Rundle park is a beautiful part of Edmonton’s river valley, connecting to Gold Bar park at the South end. Together we strolled across the bridge, circling the pond in Gold Bar park. Coming back to Rundle Zoe and Jake took advantage of one of the buildings for a quick outfit change.
We finished their beautiful Rundle Park engagement session as the sun slowly sank below the horizon.
Zoe and Jake thank you so much for spending some time with me despite the February chill. Shauna and I can’t wait to see you again and meet the rest of your families for the big day in April!
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Engagement Session FAQ’s
- Are engagement sessions included in your wedding packages?
Yes, all of our multi hour wedding packages include engagement sessions. We want to get to know you better so that you can be comfortable in front of the camera.
- Will there be time for an outfit change?
Absolutely. We do not set a time limit for our engagement sessions.
- Is there a particular time of day for engagement sessions happen?
In our opinion the best time for couples photography is in the evening. As the sun sinks lower to the horizon the shadows lengthen and the light takes on a beautiful golden hue.
- What time of year should we plan our engagement session?
To add variety to your photos we recommend to plan your session during a different season to that of your wedding.
- Can we bring our kids and pets to our engagement session?
We encourage you to include all immediate family for part of your photo shoot. With that in mind we would highly suggest you have someone on hand to take young kids home before we finish up!