This wonderful Indianapolis engagement with Sarah and Jeffrey went all over downtown. We started at the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument in Monument Circle. After getting some shots around the monument and in front of the fountains, we headed down the cobblestone street toward the Indiana Statehouse. We hit the Statehouse grounds during golden hour and had some brilliant backlight from sun. After that we walked down to the Indy Canal where we finished up the shoot. The Indy Canal is gorgeous with the trees and flowers planted around it and also the amazing graffiti murals under the bridges. It makes for a lovely place to do photos. We had so much fun at this gorgeous downtown Indy engagement session.
Did you love this downtown Indy engagement session?
If you loved the photos from this blog post, then check out some of our other recent blog posts.
Firstly, check out this lovely engagement session with Ellie and George at Eagle Creek. Our associate photographer Hannah captured this session last summer. They hiked all over the park, taking photos on trails and by the canoe landing and in the woods. The photos are incredibly charming. Eagle Creek is one of the best city parks in America. It’s just so large and there’s so much to explore. Every shoot there we find new places inside the park we did not know existed before.
Also, check out this wonderful engagement session with Sara and Joe. These two had a gorgeous session with Jenn last summer at their parents’ house in Carmel. This backyard engagement session makes you wonder how lovely your own backyard might look and whether it too might work as a photo location. It is full of verdant greens and beautiful sunlight.
Lastly, check out this great engagement session with Elena and Ross. They had a lovely engagement session at the Indiana Dunes. This shoot took place in the late fall/early winter time period. So the plus side was that the beach was empty so it made for beautiful photos. The downside was it was a bit chilly during the shoot. It was worth it though.
If you loved the photos from this blog post, consider visiting Indianapolis. It’s a great city.