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Engaged & Enthusiastic

Every now and then we get to share a few of our client's engagement photos ... and today's one of those days!  Here's a look at our Bright Artistry couple's engagement photoshoot, courtesy of 3 Photographers.

This adorable couple and I started working together last month, preparing for their wedding taking place late September.  And just this weekend, the following really candid and fun shots were captured in the Brooklyn NY neighborhood called DUMBO (an acronym for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass). 

Enjoy ...
P.S.  Just in case you missed them, go see past engagement shoots we previously shared:
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by Rashana Anderson
Founder & Managing Director, THE BRIDAL PARTY LLC


I love these pictures. You couple is so cute. Your fifth one pic is looking very amazing. I appreciate you for this beautiful post.
The silhouette image is gorgeous - great job! I'm always so concerned about lighting my subjects - I forget what natural beauty you can achieve.
Lexi said…
What an adorable couple, they're picture-perfect! Where was these shots taken?
Lawrence B said…
Some nice photos here.
I liked the photos of the photos in the mobile phones - just a pity her face is slightly blurred.
Lawrence B said…
Some nice photos here.
I liked the photos of the photos in the mobile phones - just a pity her face is slightly blurred.
I love the shot where they were showing their iPhone pictures, so cute! I love Wedding planning!
Gardentents said…
Congratulations for wedding and wish you happy married tent

A place which you choose for the shoot is amazing, the Manhattan Bridge is one of the beautiful places. It gives an attractive look to your picture. Your pics inspired me so much that I am also planning to do soothing like that. Thanks for sharing these beautiful pics with us.

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