Best Beach Engagement Photos Ideas in South East Carolina
Looking for ideas for the best beach photos in Carolina?
Here's a glimpse of what a Beach Engagement Session would look like.
Best Time to Photograph: Usually at Sunset, but it can be anytime of day.
Additionally, you'll see a bunch of dos and don'ts that will help your session.
Lindsey and Kirt are both in the medical field. They assured me that if anything ever happens to me, that I'm covered. Luckily, I, too, was from the medical field and if anything ever happens to them, they're also covered haha
I arrived a little early for our session, and already, I can tell that there was a bit of excitement in the room. I love chatting with my couples first before getting into our session, this is usually where I break the ice.
We first started off at the back patio of their rental place.
This is a really good time for them explore a little bit with their eyes. Try not to focus on the camera or me. My mantra is to listen to the beach, listen to each other.
Give a kiss a go, see how it feels.
We walked down the stairs barefoot. I suggest to hold each other's hands while we walked on the boardwalk.
I asked them to walk past me and got this photo of them holding hands.
Hands down, facing me
Heres a few different variations of holding hands, and them looking up at the camera.
One hand behind Kirt's neck
Two hands behind Kirt's neck
Sitting Down, Kirt embraces Lindsay from behind
Sitting down on the sand
Her leg on top of the other leg. I really like this one because it feels natural.
Sitting down on the sand
I asked Lindsey to scoot down to get even more natural
I had this apple box made specifically for my height and for my clients to use for seating or standing.
I want my couples to feel like they're standing on top of the world. When your eyes are locked on each other and nothing else matters, it really does feel like you're 100 feet in the air.
I had Lindsey hold on to Kirt and be in their own little world.
They both turn around and feel each other's fingertips.
I left the beachgoer in the background to give it a sense of scale.
Same concept but sitting down. There a little bit of dutch angle to give it a sense of movement. It almost makes me a little dizzy looking at it. Like I'm under a spell.
They had matching tattoos which is always a good detail to have. So while sitting down on the apple box, they have their hand out with their matching tats.
They walked towards the beach. Asked them to feel the water.
This move I call, The Pepé Le Pew. The skunk animated cartoon character always throwing himself to the Skunk Girl that would always avoids his kisses. But Kirt knew how to get her
Pepé Le Pew with a kiss
Gotta get this looking away shot
I suggested dancing. starting with holding hands, then slide back and forth.
Pull Lindsey in!