Welcome to part 2 of Tara and Karl’s portrait session from Albany, NY. If you didn’t check out part 1, click here to hear the story! We’re going to continue from the perfect little spot we found just outside of town. It had an amazing sunset and was totally perfect for this session. Yes, it might have said it was off limits, but the light was too perfect not to shoot there. Minor details.For those of you who have not been a Scott Kretschmann client you may not know that all of our shoot planning is done by Lisa and the client. Tara and Lisa worked diligently over the period of a few weeks to plan outfits, locations and props. As you can see it all came out beautifully! When they were discussing props Lisa had a vision of them romantically nestled up in a quilt. When the quilt in the grass trend becomes the thing this summer remember where you saw it first… Here are a few more of our favorites for you to check out!
They brought the quilt that Tara’s grandfather’s aunt had made, it’s a family heirloom, so we wanted to get a few shots with it.
Another prop was the sign that Tara made herself. It read “I had always known it was you.” How perfect for the two of them.
These two are just too comfortable with each other. Love it.
This next one was out Facebook teaser. Had you liked our page, you would have seen it already!
The light just couldn’t get any more perfect than this.
A few more headshots for her website:
Tara used to be a cheerleader at Marist, so Karl tried to pull out some mad cheerleading lifts. It didn’t really work, but what we got was great!:
Yeah, so, it may have been off limits, but it was TOTALLY worth it.
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