Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Tyler & Gina Proposal/Engagement

My busyness kept me from posting these awesome images I did last week! This is my very first proposal and engagement photo shoot at the city! Tyler hired me to spy on them hahaha Not really. I was just told to pretend that I don't know him and take pictures once he started proposing. But wheewsh! It wasn't easy! I was nervous! But I actually awarded myself for acting very well. But let me tell you to how I recognized Tyler. YES HE WAS SOMEONE THAT I'VE MET BEFORE! I met him at chicago through friends! He's a pastor! Tyler is such a kind guy and very calm and of course professional. At first, Pastor Johunt recommended him to me. Pastor Johunt is a good friend of my Pastor. When Pastor Johunt mentioned his name, I was like "wait a sec, that name sounds familiar" Then I asked if he was from texas. It was funny that i forgot where i saw Tyler lol So i got it wrong on that part. So when Tyler & Gina was already at the park, he sent me her picture so that I'll recognize her and then he sent me a picture of him & her and my jaw dropped hahaha "I KNEW IT!" I knew i was talking to a person I've seen before! Oh I almost forgot to mention my friends from kentucky! The rich family knows him. What a small world! So finally they arrived to the place we've talked about and finally everything happened so smoothly and it was soooo beautiful! When I met Gina, I thought she was super sweet! I really love her personality already. I love looking at these images! It's the sweetest engagement pictures I've done so far! 

I want to give a credit to my awesome husband who helped me to make this happen! He's so supportive and threw out lots and lots of ideas! I love you husband! THANK YOU! Anyway brace yourself. I have a lot to show! :D 

Taking a picture of people in the middle of traffic has been a dream to me! Even before my wedding, I requested to have photos during the stop light and kiss my husband in the middle of traffic. Too sad It never happened :( It actually broke my heart. But then it was a relief when I get to make my clients kiss in the middle to where the people cross the street. IT WAS THE BEST FEELING EVER! I wish I could have done it better or used my wide lens but I didn't have time to change my lens because I thought I couldn't do it. I thought it wasn't possible but it still worked!

Well that's all folks! I got another engagement session again at the city soon! I'm so excited! Hope you enjoyed them images! 


  1. Love these shots!

  2. Thanks for sharing. Saw your post on the one where the celebrity photobombed the wedding photo. I really enjoyed your photographs. Although a scrapbooker, I have never really that eye for photography (although it turns out my teenage daughter does based on her instagram/twitter photos), so I would never think of these types of shots. Very nice :)


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