The alleyway was deserted. Just a few yards away the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument and the circle surrounding were filled with people. Young people were out zipping around on scooters while tourists took pictures of the monument. This alleyway was a brief respite from all the people downtown, a place where Kyle and Makenzie could be alone. In the middle of the alleyway, Makenzie walked up behind Kyle and wrapped her arms around him. He turned his head to look back at her, smiling as he did. It was so nice to find a little secluded area during this downtown Indianapolis engagement photography session. Just a nice lonely place so Kyle and Makenzie could relax and be themselves.
Even with all of the people out enjoying the nice weather, Makenzie and Kyle were champs all throughout their shoot. They seemed to instantly fall into a place of comfort with each other. From the time I took the first photo till the end, they were casually goofing off with each other. I had so much fun capturing the two of them and getting to know them! I cannot wait to capture their wedding later this year!
Love this Downtown Indianapolis Engagement Photography Session?
If you loved these photos, then check out some of our other work!
Firstly, check out Ashley and Geoff’s charming downtown engagement session at the Indiana World War Memorial in downtown Indy!
Next, check out Zoe and Ben’s super cute downtown engagement session at the Alexander Hotel!
Also, check out Taylor and Mikey’s trendy downtown engagement session in Indianapolis!
Lastly, check out Laura and Zach’s wonderful downtown engagement session in Indianapolis!
Jenn and I absolutely love Indianapolis! It’s our favorite city (don’t tell New York, Philly or Chicago I said that though). We always love when we have the opportunity to venture out from our little suburb surrounding Indianapolis. We love to do shoots in the city. So, I was incredibly excited for this shoot. If you looked through the photos and loved what you saw, consider taking a trip to downtown Indy. Make it a point to visit Monument Circle and the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument! You won’t regret it.