Sun shining on the sparkling snow. Cold, brisk air. It was a beautiful day for Alicia and Phil’s memorable winter engagement photo shoot on Etobicoke Creek Trail.
Photos for the Season
Alicia and Phil’s wedding date was set for the summer, but they wanted to take their engagement photos closer to the day they were formally engaged. Taking engagement photos during a different season is a nice treat for your wedding guests as well. When you send out your wedding invites or save-the-dates, you can always use these engagement photos. It gives your guests a little more of a glimpse into the two of you as a couple.
Cold, Yet Cooperative
Alicia and especialy Phil were freezing during their photo shoot! It was a very cold, brisk day. While Alicia was properly layered and relatively warm, Phil was not. His hands turned red, then blue and his teeth were chattering throughout the process. He was such a trooper though! He was super cooperative and smiled through the pain. After the photo shoot, Alicia and Phil went to her parents’ house for a lovely meal to warm-up.
During the winter months, the sun starts to set around 3:00pm. Alicia and Phil’s afternoon photo session was perfectly timed to capture the fading sun hitting the snow. This provided the best lighting for the couple.
Etobicoke Creek Trail, Etobicoke
Alicia and Phil met me at Etobicoke Creek Trail for their winter engagement session. The park has a series of trails that we were able to venture out on. Between the path through the forest, the playground, benches and bridges, the park was a wonderful place to photograph with lots of background options.
Meeting Alicia and Phil was an absolute pleasure. I loved working with the couple, despite the cold outdoor temps!
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