The rays of sunlight filled the the garden with with a golden glow. In the middle of the garden, framed by trees and flowers John and Angela hugged each other. As they hugged at the IMA, smiles lit up their faces. The two of them couldn’t look at each other without breaking out into huge smiles. The beautifully crafted and cultivated garden and grounds of Oldfields really the demeanor of these two lovebirds.
At sunset at Oldfields Lilly House and Gardens and the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Angela and John spent some time doing an engagement shoot with me. I had so much fun capturing photos of the two of them and getting to know them a little better. It’s so awesome when I get to work with people who are so confident and who seem to know what they want out of life, but are still so patient and genuinely nice. I was so excited to work with this sweet couple, and I’m even more excited to share their photos today. They are absolutely stunning together, the way they look at each other is loving and so hopeful. I just can’t say enough good things about them and this shoot.
I just love doing engagement sessions at the IMA! The Indianapolis Museum of Art, Oldfields (now Newfields) Lilly House and Gardens, and the Virginia B. Fairbanks Art and Nature Park: 100 Acres has such variety for photos. I can shoot a more modern look at the IMA, then transition to a more austere/regal look at New Fields Lilly House and Gardens, and then switch things up entirely by going for a more woodsy look at the Virginia B. Fairbanks Art and Nature Park: 100 Acres. The way the gardens face, allows for a lot of beautiful sunlight to shine down into the open spaces of the garden around sunset and also through the gaps in the trees forest. Some of my favorite engagement photos have been shot at the IMA during the golden hour.
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