Last week, I had the pleasure of meeting up with E & L to go around San Francisco and to document their new journey together as fiances.
E had several locations in mind, and after our conversation, we decided to do a four stop route to some of San Francisco’s most iconic locations. After considering the lighting and timing of conditions, I decided that this route was going to be most optimal for the best photos.
So First stop, ALAMO SQUARE!
Alamo square is a tough place to photograph because not only are there a bunch of people around, always, but it’s actually best for sunrise if you want the painted ladies in the background. But we definitely made it work!! I almost think of that bench & Sutro tower as THE unique and iconic shot you can get at Alamo now 😉
Next up on the list was Lover’s Lane. Luckily it was a weekday, so it wasn’t too crowded. I like to utilize the vine-y trees for a dreamy, fairytale look.
Next stop is a San Francisco Classic, Palace of Fine Arts! There are always people around, but we were able to manage 🙂 It was right at the start of golden hour, so we were able to get a beautiful glow to our photos here.
And of course, if we’re at the Palace of Fine Arts, the best place to end your shoot is always at the beach, no doubt! Crissy beach is less than a 5 min drive from the Palace. Beautiful spot to get a golden hour glow with the golden gate bridge in the background.
Typically, my engagement sessions are 90 mins with two locations, but I am SO happy to customize something specific for you! E&L wanted an multi-stop engagement shoot, so here they got it! If you want something similar, use this link to get in touch with me!
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