How To Choose Your Engagement Shoot Location
Congratulations on your engagement! As you begin to plan your wedding and pick a photographer, you may want an engagement shoot.
This will help you set the style of wedding photography and you may use the images for your wedding invitations or signing boards!
Your photographers will know the best locations to capture your beautiful images in the area, but you may have some ideas of your own. Here are a few things to consider before deciding on your location-
When is the best time of day to shoot? In Ireland our lighting is never the same or dependable. Check your forecasts!
Where has the best natural lighting for our images. Getting outside for your engagement is the best option for amazing light, weather depending! For natural backdrops, Spring and Autumn have beautiful colouring.
- What to wear?
Consider your clothes, wear suitable clothing for an outdoors shoot. After meeting with your photographer you may have a location in mind but they might have an even better location. Brid’s colouring really made this shoot stand out to us as they suited the changing Autumn trees perfectly.
- Have Fun
We love the casual and fun side to a couple, real emotion is what makes your images pop. Make use of the colours and props around you.
There may be a location you know you want to visit- the place you met, a shared hobby or you may even get your animals involved!
- A Place To Revisit-
Why shouldn’t you be able to revisit your engagement shoot location? We love taking couples to local spots which then in turn become special to them. Creating a moment on their love timeline which they can revisit at any time!
Beautifully captured by Woodard Photography–
Top Irish wedding photographers Keith and Ev are the oh so talented and cool husband and wife duo of Woodard Photography. Making their home in Killarney, Ireland and traveling just about anywhere to capture stunning images of people in love, Keith and Ev’s different styles blend harmoniously together. Brilliantly combining fine-art photojournalism with authentic portraits, they capture the intimate moments and minute details that might otherwise go unnoticed.