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Red Hook Engagement

Get a glimpse at this historic street in Red Hook where the light was incredible for engagement photos.

With a film camera in hand, another around my neck, we stepped out to capture Red Hook engagement photos. Like many of my NYC couples, Kerri + Cam took the opportunity I offer of shooting together before the wedding to visit a few locations they love. Getting to know my couples is big part of my process and I love the chance to glimpse into daily life outside of the big event.

This street in Red Hook brought us back to another time, and the light was incredible. Kerri was absolutely stunning in her navy slip dress. Cam’s light gray suit was sophisticated without being too dressy. This is a masterclass in why you should choose to dress up for at least part of your session. We captured two locations and looks together, so go see part two Coney Island engagement photos as well.

These images feel like they could be taken at any time. Film has that quality, and I love to use exclusively film when possible for portrait and engagement sessions. Kodak portra 400 and Ilford HP5 are my current favorite film stocks. To learn more about when I shoot film at a wedding read this post.

Reach out to work together for wedding and engagement photography if these images speak to you. INQUIRE HERE

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