Natalie & Jordan | Engagement Session

When Jordan stepped into Natalie’s coffee shop, he couldn’t imagine his life would change forever. He saw this beautiful girl with amazing emerald eyes…they exchanged a few words and he kept going there every single day because of her. After a few weeks, he decided to ask her out, he went to the coffee shop twice that day, because the first time he couldn’t work up the nerve to do it!

After a while they realized they couldn’t live without each other and started talking about getting married…now is the best part…she said she wanted him to meet her family in the US before getting engaged. So, without her knowing about it, he started to talk to her father on Skype and since he would be in the US, he went to visit her family by himself to get to know them better! Well, I have to say something :-)…if a guy goes to the home of his girlfriend’s family by himself to get to know them because it is important to her, he definitely found the LOVE OF HIS LIFE! And by the way she looks at him, she has found her soul mate too!

And I’m glad to be a small part of this story! 🙂 The day was beautiful at Schloss Rheinfelfs, St. Goar!

Carol 🙂



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  • Carolina PiresApril 25, 2011 - 9:18 pm

    I loved! look the flowers, her eyes! the castle!
    beautiful day and colors!ReplyCancel

  • MargaretApril 26, 2011 - 5:27 am

    Oh Carol, you did such an amazing job. I love every single photo! Beautiful work.ReplyCancel

  • SandraApril 26, 2011 - 7:17 am

    Well done, you’re a clever girl. This couple look so good together and are very photogenic.ReplyCancel

  • Kevin Le VuMay 2, 2011 - 7:09 am

    Carol! I wish SoCal had more historic places. the composition of these images are gorgeous!!! My favorites are the when Natalie and Jordon are laying on the grass–the image just pops!ReplyCancel

  • Jim MontanaroMay 10, 2011 - 7:53 am

    Dear Caroline – I think you really accomplish what you set out to do – capturing the emotions of this couple. Very well done!!! The technical part you have handled quite well – exposure, selective focus, rimlighting and such. And the compositions are great. You also have plenty of creative variety in your poses and images in general. And you have chosen some picturesque locations to complement this lovely couple. But most importantly you have captured the expressions of this couple’s relationship really well! Not forced, but very natural looking. They are ender but playful. Certainly joyful, and very much in love.
    If this is your starting place, (or your first engagement shoot) you can be confident that you will do very well indeed. Great job, Caroline – I would hire you in a heartbeat!
    And congrats to this lovely couple on their journey of love.

    Good luck to you, Caroline, in your very bright future! – JimReplyCancel

  • JamieYMay 12, 2011 - 12:25 am

    Beautiful!! I love those trees OMG and my fav is the black and white in the cave looking thing. Great work.ReplyCancel

  • SamanthaMay 14, 2011 - 10:19 pm

    I stumbled on your blog today and this shoot is absolutely inspiring: I love the last three photos here: awesome perspectives.ReplyCancel

  • Dana LaymonMay 17, 2011 - 2:23 pm

    Love this shoot! Too bad their wearing matching clothes in the beginning 🙂 but the pictures are fantastic! Where can I get flower fields like that? I love your perspective in each picture, very natural, candid, and beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • EugeneJune 15, 2011 - 7:24 am

    yes! yes! a beautiful story is captured here in amazing images bringing justice to a lovely couple.ReplyCancel