Engagement Session // Emily + Dan

Emily + Dan
Engagement Session
Boston, Massachusetts

My brother and future sister-in-law got engaged! They have been dating for approximately forever, so it was about time 🙂 For their shoot, we did a mix of autumn/foliage as well as a more urban setting, and I was able to fit in a few of their requested “no face” shots as well! At the end of the day they treated me to tacos and the best creme puff I’ve ever eaten, so I’d say it was a successful day.

Enjoy their photos!

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