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Engagement Photography | NYC | Ashleigh & Shawn

Ashleigh and Shawn showed up to their engagement shoot looking sharp and ready to have a blast. That’s pretty much all I could ever ask for when taking pictures, so I knew we were in for a good time :) We started off around my stomping grounds at Flatiron, then rounded out the shoot at Central Park.

I remember at one point, Ashleigh said to me “Lindsay, you’re so expressive – I love it!”. And it’s true – I have an extensive repertoire of facial expressions. I also have a ton of energy. So, if I’m taking pictures of you, be warned: you can expect me to laugh a lot, joke around, and have a big goofy smile plastered on my face the entire time. And if I get a particularly amazing shot, my face will light up, and I’ll say something along the lines of “OHMYGOSH I LOVE IT!”. I can’t help it – I get excited about things very easily, especially things I care a lot about (e.g. photography). And I’m pretty ok with that.

Speaking of excitement, I’m pretty psyched for Ashleigh and Shawn’s winter wedding next month! I’m normally not a fan of snow, but I’m secretly hoping we have some for photography’s sake. I figure I can handle a little January snow, since shortly after I’ll be shipping off to Hawaii for my 27th birthday! :D

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Engagement Photography | Anna & Abhi | NYC

I don’t post black & white images too often, much less an entire shoot in black & white. But I was really digging the set I processed for Anna and Abhi and thought I would switch things up a bit on the blog here :)

Speaking of these two, they are pretty much the cutest. They came to the shoot with lots of creative ideas of their own, which made for one fun collaboration session. I always encourage this sort of input because a). It’s a surefire way of putting more of yourselves into the images we’re creating, and b). It keeps you engaged (in more ways than one!) in the session.

Here are a few of my favorite shots from our collaborative engagement shoot!:

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Engagement Photography | Julie & Ben | Upper West Side, NYC

Ohhhhh, this is a special one.

I really love shooting people I know. If you’re a good friend of mine, you can likely attest to this fact as you recall the numerous times we’ve hung out where I pulled out my camera and made you hold that pose “riiiiiight there” so I could snap a few shots. Maybe I even pulled out my tripod so I could get a shot of us together… and perhaps I told you to tilt your head down or make a funny face. And you obliged because, well, you’re awesome – which of course is why we’re friends in the first place :D

I don’t think I ever quite subjected Ben to my snap-happy habits until now, but back in the day there was many a night spent hanging out at his apartment playing Rockband, where I certainly polluted the air with my overzealous singing and less-than-stellar guitar playing. Not only did he put up with it, but he’d also make me coffee at midnight when I was dragging. That’s a good friend right there.

So I thought I’d return the favor and take some awesome engagement photos of him and Julie :)

We traipsed around Central Park to the spot where they got engaged [insert *awwwwwww* here ;)], Shake Shack where they had their post-engagement celebratory cheese fries, Joe The Art Of Coffee where they often frequent (which btw is one of my go-to coffee shops when I’m in Manhattan), and Riverside Park. They were their silly, movie-quoting selves, and I was along to document the ride:

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Portrait Photography | Sneak Peek: Shannon & Nick | Brooklyn, NY

These two were just begging to be photographed together – and I do mean that literally :P

My sister and her boyfriend came down from Boston this weekend to visit me, and we spent Sunday afternoon wandering around Brooklyn. Yup, this photo was taken in Brooklyn – Prospect Park, to be exact. I have many more images just oozing with cuteness like this one, but you’ll have to wait to see the rest!

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(and no, they’re not quite engaged yet – don’t worry, Mom!)

Engagement Photography | Sneak Peek: Jill & Tom | New York City

Last night I got to hang out with Tom and Jill in Washington Square Park and at the San Gennaro festival. They’re about as awesome as they come, and I’m super psyched for their Cinco de Mayo wedding next year!

Here’s one of my favorite shots. More to come soon! :)

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