Engagement Session Teasers: Stephanie + Stephen

Jan 8, 2009 | Engagements

Hey folks, I know it’s been a while since I last blogged … but I’ve been making lots of big changes, including giving my blog a major design overhaul (and a new website is just around the corner too, yay!)  So thanks for your patience, and for your support and enthusiasm over on Facebook.  🙂

Anyway, last Sunday, on a dark and dingy afternoon, I met with Stephen and Stephanie for their engagement session at Seattle Center.  We were handed the toughest conditions I’ve ever experienced during an engagement shoot – it was insanely dark, and shortly after we started it began to snow … very pretty, maybe, but it was a rough ride for my equipment!  Still, I had the perfect models – Stephanie and Stephen were super chirpy and needed pretty much no direction – they were total troupers throughout our short session.  Thanks for bringing me warmth and smiles, and see you very soon for your January 24th wedding!

To view the photos larger, just click on the thumbnails.  You can then scroll through the images using the button on the right of each image.  Let me know what you think of the new format!

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  1. 1 – I LOVE this new blog format!!! So sophisticated! Although I did love the burnt orange too!

    2 – This is such a great session, I especially adore the feet shot! You are a trooper for shooting in those conditions!

    • Thanks Corey! The new colors and style go better with the new website … you’ll see, soon …

  2. Love the new blog format. I just switched over too. So many more options(:

  3. I love the new blog Kate. It wasn’t like the old one was hard to navigate, but this one is just so much cleaner. Who’d a thunk it?? Getting so excited for the big bump shoot!!! Loved all your ideas.

  4. I like them – in particular the purple/pink wall pics. The darker one is a great one of us and the warbled space needle is really cool in the other. You made the dark day look much brighter. The big snow pic is great too.


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