In downtown Indianapolis there’s a beautiful building across from the Indiana War Memorial that has brilliant blue, pink, and yellow walls. In front of the blue wall, I asked Kara and Nick to dance. Usually couples get together and slow dance when I give this prompt. But Kara and Nick took it up another notch. Nick doing the running man and Kara doing a bunch of disco moves. It was so much fun and so funny. I loved capturing these downtown Indianapolis engagement photos with Kara and Nick!
This wasn’t the only time during the shoot that these two made things a lot more fun. The whole shoot was punctuated by these two trying to make each other laugh and succeeding. I loved it. One of my favorites was when I asked Kara and Nick to hold hands and walk down a path together. I told them to hold off for a few moments while I walked ahead so I could setin a great position. When I turned around it looked like Kara was doing a wall sit against Nick (there’s a photo below). It made all of us laugh. After this shoot, my face felt sore from smiling so much and so hard and my stomach hurt from laughing. It was fantastic.
Did you love these downtown Indianapolis engagement photos?
If you loved these portraits, then check out some of our other recent shoots!
Firstly, if you’re looking for a location for an engagement shoot but struggling to find a great place, then check out our recent blog post. We wrote about all of the best engagement locations in Indianapolis in one killer blog post. It’ll help you find a great place.
Also, check out this lovely engagement session with Hope and Tyler at the Indiana War Memorial! Steve shot this and they also walked over to the colored walls nearby to do photos (which are just absolutely gorgeous).
Lastly, check out Ashley and Geoff’s wonderful engagement session. It’s also at the Indiana War Memorial. We love shooting here because it’s just gorgeous. The beautiful stone that reflects the sunlight and eliminates harsh shadows is great plus the gold doors of the war memorial look wonderful as a backdrop.
If you loved these photos, think about visiting the Indiana War Memorial. It’s a lovely building with lots of great history. We promise, inside is just as beautiful as outside too.