(I have several detailed tips on this page that will help improve your engagement photography, make sure you keep scrolling!)
I am in the process of creating an eBook to help you take professional engagement photos. After reading the book, even a beginner should be able to go out with a regular digital camera and capture high-quality and beautiful engagement photos! I will show you how!
If you can't afford to hire a professional to take your engagement photos, my eBook will give you the information and skills you need to take your own engagement photos (all you'll need is a willing friend to help out). If you are a professional wanting to brush up on your engagement photo skills, the eBook will also help.
I am hoping to have the eBook completed by the end of this year. If you would like to receive a special offer for the eBook when it is available, just enter your e-mail address below. I WILL NOT SPAM YOU! You will only receive the e-mail announcement and special offer when the eBook is released.
I provided a number of free photo sessions to engaged couples in the Kansas City area over the past year or two. While I do not have any more sessions immediately planned, I may need some additional photos once the content for the eBook is finished. If you are an engaged couple in the Kansas City area and would like to be put on a list for a possible free engagement photo session, pleas send me your photo and contact information!
My goal on this page is to share with you some of the basic tips that will transform your engagement photography. What I have found interesting is that there seems to be very little information available on the Internet to help you improve your engagement photography!
Granted, there are many styles of engagement photos. My
engagement photos differ from my wedding photos in that I often pose more of my
engagement photos. However, I work at being very flexible and keeping the posing
natural and relaxed. I give general posing suggestions, but, in order to keep
things relaxed, I try to avoid tweaking every finger, wrist, elbow, arm, leg, and neck -
not to mention facial expressions (yes, some photographers do that level of "tweaking").