Gabrielle and Brad . Engagement Session

Gabrielle and Brad are about to throw an amazing wedding party with all the Chicago essentials (Portillo’s chocolate cake, Garrett’s popcorn, Lou Malnati’s pizza…)! But before we can get to all of that, we did an engagement shoot. These two are a lot of fun and are really in love, can’t you tell?! The fall colors were beautiful and the sunset lighting made for some amazing photographs. As the last little bit of sun disappeared from the sky we ended up at Gabrielle’s house for some fantastic trampoline shots…have fun looking at these images, and keep your eyes peeled for their wedding coming soon!

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maggie fortson - October 16, 2011 - 11:01 am

Such a great shoot! Love everything about it!

Glenda Lissette - February 19, 2012 - 12:26 am

I was wondering if you used a flash on the 6th post of this session: http://rojofotodesign.com/photography/gabrielle-and-brad-engagement-session/
If so, what kind?
They look so fantastic :)

admin - February 19, 2012 - 8:43 am

Hi Glenda! Thanks for the kind words! I counted 6 photographs into the post (including the two verticals that were together), and yes, I did use a flash on that image you mention. (Holding hands, eyes closed) This was just a Nikon SB-900 with the bounce card pulled up. A really simple setup! :) I love your images…just browsed through flickr! Good stuff! Thanks for stopping by.

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