Zoe and I arrived at the trailhead to a dusting of snow while it was still dark outside. The one thing that was visible was the cloud cover. There was a heavy fog everywhere. Our plan was to hike two miles to an overlook and take photos at sunrise, but I was beginning to wonder if it would be worth the time, considering we could get the same foggy images where we were.
We are spoiled with gorgeous landscapes in Washington — including mountains, beaches, rainforests, and deserts. So many incredible places make decisions, such as where to take engagement photos, difficult, but that’s the best kind of problem to have.
In order to ease your decision making, I’ve compiled a list of the top 17 best locations to take engagement photos in the state of Washington. Enjoy!
Braden and Halley’s wedding took place on the last beautiful fall day in October. Halley nailed her aesthetic of vintage rustic and there was humor sprinkled throughout the day. Overall, it was the perfect fall wedding, and the couple’s portraits and sparkler exit were my favorite moments to capture.
When I found out that Samantha and Gabe were dating, I squealed with delight. Delighted that my best friend had found a great guy, but also because I had already met him!
You've just signed your wedding photography contract, put your trust in someone you possibly just met, and are spending thousands of dollars on a product you may have little control over. That is a lot of commitment, so how do you know you're getting the most value out of your hired photographer?