The Indiana State Government building is next to the Indiana Statehouse and the canal in downtown Indianapolis. It has a large, gorgeous overhang that looks stunning in photos. I took Barb and Keith there seeking a little shade on this hot day last summer while shooting their engagement photos. I asked them to hold hands and they instinctively just cuddled up to each other. They were like this the whole engagement shoot. They were incredibly easy to take good photos of because they had this unreal chemistry. They kept making each other laugh and smile. It was so wonderful to be around two people so deeply in love. It’s safe to say I had a great time with them, capturing their Indianapolis Canalwalk engagement session!
Did you love this Indianapolis Canalwalk Engagement session?
If you loved the photos in this blog post, then check out some of our other recent posts for more gorgeous photos.
Firstly, check out this charming at home engagement session with Sara & Joey. Their engagement session took place in Carmel at Sara’s parent’s home. We loved this session because it was so comfortable and brought a more sentimental vibe to their shoot. Their wedding will be here in June of this year.
Check out this beautiful engagement session with Kate and Jordan in West Clay. Kate and Jordan’s engagement session had a great small-town feel to it. We love shooting in West Clay in Carmel because it has this gorgeous but quaint vibe that makes everyone feel welcome and at home. Kate and Jordan really lit up this small town with their smiles.
Lastly, check out this sweet engagement session with Priscilla and Sam. Their engagement photos were in Fountain Square. Fountain Square is a vibrant neighborhood in Indianapolis that features a lot of great artwork. There are of course the wonderful fountains in Fountain Square, but then there is also lots of graffiti art on the walls of buildings. The graffiti is colorful and adds some beautiful pops of color to the background of the photos.
If you’re planning to do some engagement photos and are looking for a good location, then check out our blog post of the best locations in the Indy area. And if you haven’t visited Indy before, then consider visiting and heading down to the canal for a walk.