One of the most underrated aspects of being a wedding photographer is the way you get to know the people you're working with and, if you're good at your job, the fun you can have working your way shooting weddings through a group of friends who are all getting married.
That's why, prior to my November engagement session with Beth and Bryan at the Acushnet Sawmill in New Bedford, Massachusetts, I felt like I had worked with the pair for years despite never having actually done so.
Not only are Beth and Bryan friends of my wife but the two have been at multiple weddings I've photographed and Beth herself has assisted me at not one but TWO boudoir sessions for friends of hers.
Because of this, I knew before we began her engagement session with Bryan on a slightly chilly fall afternoon that we were in for a lot of fun and, boy, was I right.
Beth and Bryan are a really fun couple to be around and, although they're not the stereotypical lovey-dovey romantics (at least not outwardly), it was super sweet to watch them interact in a semi-serious way during this shoot.
And, more importantly, we put together some really beautiful photos on this day that have me super excited to shoot their wedding next year.
Not that you can blame me, of course. Look at these two. Talk about a beautiful couple!
So, if you'd like to see why shooting for friends can be a lot of fun, check out my blog on Beth and Bryan's engagement session at Acushnet Sawmill by clicking here.
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