One of my favorite things is being able to photograph a wildly popular location that is usually swarming with people when it is completely empty. It just feels weird but in the best way. I don’t have to worry about my usual avoidance tactics in regards to other people, which is pretty freeing. I met up with Becca & Andrew on a snowy afternoon in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. A place where they spend a lot of time together, which is another thing I love doing. Capturing a couple in a place that means something to them. Their winter engagement shoot in Brooklyn felt pretty magical from start to finish.
If I could have scripted the perfect snowfall, this is what it would be. Large flakes, slowly falling from the sky. Temperatures not bitterly cold either. It was playful and easy to explore much of the park together. As difficult as it is to sync up with nature/weather, this perfect snowfall made it even more satisfying that we were able to. If anyone out there wants to follow me around with a realistic snow-making thingy that would be great so thank you. Here’s some pictures of Becca & Andrew being engaged and in love while I followed them around in Brooklyn.