It was a hot and muggy Sunday morning when I got together with Julia and Ian for their engagement session. The temperature was already pretty high for 10am in the morning, but that didn’t stop the three of us from having a great shoot! We met up at Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site. The area is packed with great photo opportunities everywhere. The old buildings provided me with lots of cool backdrops. Julia and Ian didn’t seem to be bothered by the heat as we pumped out tons of cool shots. Looking forward to their wedding next July! Enjoy their preview.
Last Saturday I had the pleasure to get together with Juliana and Tony for their engagement session. We did our shoot at Hopewell Furnace National Historic site which is located in French Creek State park. This was definitely the perfect area to do a session! I had heard about this place before but had never been there. With lots of old buildings, farm houses, and barns that dated back to the 18 and 19th century, it made for some great photo opportunities. There was one barn that even had two horses roaming around. The weather was perfect on Saturday, which is always a plus! The three of us had a great time hanging out at the park and getting to know each other. We seriously could have spend hours there since it was such a cool place. I’m looking forward for their wedding this November up in the Pocono area! Here are just a handful of the the shots from their session. Enjoy!