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September 11, 2017

Anniversary Portrait Session at the Metropolitan Museum

Nat & Jonas-Second Wedding Anniversary

Can I just say that Anniversary sessions should become more of a thing! What better way to mark each year of marriage with pictures. I know once I get married, this will definitely be a yearly thing, my future husband has no choice! Lol!

I traveled to New York back in August for a film wedding workshop called Gather & Grow, hosted by amazingly talented photographers. While I was there my friend Ro Smith Photography & I got to meet and photograph this amazing couple. It was pouring rain that day and we weren’t sure where we were going to shoot at. Luckily I went to the Metropolitan the day before and scouted locations. The MET is amazing for many many different reasons, but one that I absolutely love is the killer lighting.

We met Nat & Jonas at the museum and took their 2 year wedding anniversary pictures. We had a blast with these two, they made us laugh, gave me a new name; Sasha, which stands for Alexandra. Their love truly radiated through this images, made me tear up on how cute they are.ย After we took photo’s at THE MET, we walked over to Central Park to get a few more pictures. Y’all, these two were seriously amazing & so patient with us and our ideas. Thank you again Nat & Jonas for being so gracious! I wish you countless years of marriage bliss!

Tips for taking photo’s indoors:

  • Make sure its well lit (NATURAL LIGHT FOR LIFE!)
  • Suits the couple; Maybe at the couples house, their favorite cafe or book store.
  • Not overly crowded; If its crowded find a secluded area.
  • Check fee’s at indoor locations! You can get into THE MET at a minimum of a $1, but I suggest paying a little more ๐Ÿ˜‰ You can beat the crowds by paying $25 at the kiosk.

Leave a comment below and tell me what you think and if you have any questions ๐Ÿ™‚

Xo,

-Sasha ๐Ÿ˜‰

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