A couple of weeks ago I got to spend the afternoon with this pretty cool duo!

They wanted to do a few photos at their parents’ house out on Vermillion Lake.  On my way out there, I noticed some pretty nice locations we could visit for the rest of our shoot.

We started off with a few shots at the house and on the dock, followed by a little walk down a nearby path.  After a few poses, Rebekah and Kory decided to show off some of their dance moves (see gif below).  It’s always fun seeing peoples’ reactions when I let them glance at the shots on the back of my camera.  When I showed them, Kory commented on his form – “damn, I shouldn’t be looking at my feet”!  Better get some more practice… haha!

After their little dance party, we stopped by a field full of daisies.  I loved the country style feeling it gave the photos.  By using some of their favourite books (amazing selection btw), it gave their photos a personal touch of something that they both enjoy!!

It didn’t end there; we wanted to go to one more location.  So, we stopped at an old logging dam.  Although the dam is no longer in use, it seems as though it’s still a lively place. There were kids casting from the shore and canoes floating about; it was definitely a popular spot!

Now that they had finished posing and dancing in front of the camera, there was only one thing missing from this engagement shoot… a little music.  Kory loves playing guitar, so I knew I had to get some photos of him serenading his soon-to-be wife.

These made for some really special photos.

Check them out, let me know what you think!

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May I have this dance…

 

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