May 6, 2020
A winter engagement session at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston complete with snow
Hannah and David love art museums and find they “spark some of our most interesting conversations” so it was really fitting that we explored the Museum of Fine Arts Boston for their engagement session. One of my top recommendations for engagement sessions is to choose a location that really speaks to who you are. The goal of these sessions is to capture your authentic selves at this point in time. To have a location that really means something to you adds to the overall connection these photos will deliver. Plus we had a blast exploring the museum.
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts was a stunning backdrop for their session! We were able to view every exhibit which was an amazing experience in itself. But it also led to some amazing and unique photos. The architecture and, not to mention, the art were amazing features to work with and incorporate for a unique and creative result. And the lighting was different in almost every room which was beautifully contrasting.
But my favorite part might have been once we got outside. Hannah and David love to read together so we had a few quiet moments on the steps before it started to snow! It was a perfect light dusting and they took advantage of it with a quiet dance and lots of laughs.
These two have a deep connection with each other and a great appreciate for simplicity and beauty. The emotion captured in their session is just a glimpse at their love story. I am so grateful to have explored the Boston Museum of Fine Arts with them for their engagement session!
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