Over the course of the past few months we’ve shot quite a few engagement sessions. I posted one a few weeks ago and after going through and pulling images from the rest of the engagement sessions we’ve shot I have decided to just make two larger posts instead of several smaller posts. We have shot quite a bit of engagement photos in the Boston Common’s, but it is interesting how the season, weather, and time of day can really change the way the photos come out!
The first couple, Matt and Cassidy, met up with me earlier in the summer in Cohasset on one of the boat docks where the groom’s family docks their boat. Matt and Cassidy’s families both have summer homes in Cohasset where the couple originally met. We still have not blogged their wedding from the Atlantica, also located in Cohasset, but will be posting about them in the next few weeks!
Our next couple’s engagement session was was done in mid to late fall starting at the couple’s home (with their adorably fuzzy cat) looking out over the Boston Common and then continuted into the Boston Common below their apartment. Cory and Lisa’s wedding is not until 2012, so look out for their wedding blog post in the Berkshires later this summer!
Lindsey and Jim’s engagement photos also started in the Boston Common, but instead of sticking around there, we took a stroll over to the Charles river where they indulged in some ice cream cones and sun. We shot their wedding in association with Sage Studio in Manchester, NH. Lindsey and Jim’s wedding was in October out in Lenox, Ma, and will be blogged in the next few weeks as well.
And our last set of photos on this post is another Boston common’s engagement session! Lauren and Matt’s wedding was held out in California and we were only hired to shoot their engagement session so there will be no future post about this couple. But check out their stroll through the commons, then through the Beacon Hill area close by. Also check out the metal ducks in the commons with Bruin’s jerseys due to the Bruin’s being in the playoffs at the time. Please check back in the next few days to see part two of this post including four more engagement sessions worth of photographs!