By Western Wedding Magazine + Averi Ramos Photography
This California spring engagement has such a variety landscapes and backdrops, we knew we had to share it with out WWMag community!
THE TAKE AWAY
What we want you to notice in this session, as we said above, is that they chose to photograph in a variety of different areas on the ranch.
After booking with your photographer, take a buggy ride around the ranch a little before sunset (could convince him that you want to “check the heifers”) and look for different spots for your engagement session.
We suggest finding 6 or so spots. This might feel like over kill, but to be honest, not all 5 of those may work due to sun position or something you didn’t notice and your photographer did.
Best case scenario you have a handful of spots to choose from! This also saves your photographer scouting time! Thus, giving her more time to spend taking photos of YOU.
Another thing we want to point out is the their outfit choices. All the details for their outfits are listed at the end of their gallery!
A NOTE FROM THE PHOTOGRAPHY
“Brandon and Emilee are the absolute sweetest couple around and their almond blossom engagement session did not disappoint! I mean how could it? Horses, dogs, hotties and pretty blossoms! Their wedding is exactly 100 days from right now and I am so excited. They are tying the knot at Brandons families ranch in Waterford, Ca. They have made so many beautiful farmhouse tables I cant wait to see it all together!” – Photographer, Averi Ramos
PHOTOGRAPHER | Averi Ramos Photography
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