Posted on Apr 03, 2017
Posted in Engagements

Samantha and Austin’s Downtown Church Street Engagement Photography

Orlando Engagement Photographers

Church Street in Downtown Orlando has always been a bit of a tricky place to photograph due to the endless crowds dining at the many restaurants there or just passing through. It is often considered as the heart of downtown orlando.
However when I heard that Samantha and Austin’s wedding theme was a 1920’s look, I knew that the historic architecture that makes downtown Church street so special would be the perfect backdrop for their engagement pictures. The area is deeply rooted in Orlando’s history and was developed around the City’s original train station. The Old Orlando Railroad Depot, dedicated in January of 1890 is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is a local historic landmark.
Our engagement session started right at sunset. The lighting was lovely and added that golden glow and light flares to the pictures. My assistant Luis helped tow around my lighting as we jumped on over to photograph outside the Ballroom at Church Street; a potential venue for the couples upcoming wedding. 
 
The funny thing is, I was editing these pictures while watching “Singing in the Rain”. How befitting!
Hope you enjoy their sneak peek.

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Posted on Dec 12, 2016
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Engagement Session at Disney’s Boardwalk
 Disney's Boardwalk Engagement Session
One of my go to spots for engagement sessions is Disney’s Boardwalk. There is a large variety of looks that can be achieved there from beachy, to dreamy, to earthy, to urban. The central lake is a beautiful backdrop along the entire boardwalk, and the charming hotels transports you to another time long gone. I’m a firm believer that variety in looks is key to getting a great client portfolio.
This adorable couple from Canada, booked their engagement Session at Disney’s Boardwalk with me while vacationing in Florida. We started our shoot in the morning at 8am. It was a cloudy morning, but the sun managed to shine through occasionally and we quickly took advantage when it did so to capture photos with that sunshine look that I love. I also loved their choice of outfits for their engagement session! Here is a quick sneak peek.
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Posted on Sep 23, 2016
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Disney’s Caribbean Resort Portrait session

I always feel extra special when my clients asks me to photograph them again and again. This year has been a blessing with repeat clients and Nicole and Richards are one of those clients. I had the pleasure of shooting their Disney’s Caribbean Resort Portrait session last week.

I photographed their engagement earlier this year at Disney’s Spring, and had the pleasure of photographing them during their honeymoon as well! The beautiful high school sweet hearts tied the knot on a Carnival cruise last week in an intimate ceremony surrounded by close friends and family. By coincidence, my mother and I was on vacation on The Royal Caribbean cruise that same week and saw their ship while docked in Mexico! Both of them really convinced me to try cruising when I photographed their engagement. They Spent a few days at the Disney’s Caribbean Resort and I was there to photograph such a special time in their lives.

This was the first time i’ve beet at the resort, and was amazing with how large the resort is. Two of my favorite moments from this session was when a older gentleman gave us access to take some pictures on the dock and even allowed us to go on a boat docked there for some pictures. Another one was when they took their shoes off to sit by the Jacuzzi for some pictures. There was a guy sitting close by in the Jacuzzi the entire time so I had to ninja my way around him 🙂

There are tons of places to walk around and photograph in. I want to congratulate the happy couple on finding their soul mates!

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Posted on Mar 16, 2016
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Sunset Engagement Session at Kraft Azalea Park

Orlando wedding photographer

Living in Orlando is Amazing! One of the very few downsides of living in Orlando is the unpredictable weather. Be it the 5 min random rain showers during the spring season, or the 56 degree mornings ending with 86 degree sunsets. I will tolerate it all for the immaculate sunrises and dreamy sunsets.

We try to schedule all of our sessions during the early hours of the morning or towards sunset, which can be tricky when photographing at a popular location such as Kraft Azalea Park. As I arrived (early as usual) I bumped into two other photographers equally nervously waiting for their clients. We smiled and introduced ourselves, noting how busy the park was. As my awesome clients from New York arrived, we located the least busy spot and started shooting away. I’m incredibly happy with how these images came out, especially considering that the park was pretty packed. Can you tell? Well, I hope not! I did have to remove a few fellow humans happily enjoying the park with their children. No biggie!
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