What isn’t there to love about Nalae and Nick’s Scarborough Bluffs engagement photos? I mean, let’s talk about their style. On. Freaking. Point. His hair? Perfect. Her hair? Perfect. Jackets? Perfect. Accessories? Perfect. Everything was freaking perfect. Even the light was perfect. Sure, it was a bit chilly on the day (which is normal when you’re shooting around water in fall weather) but it just gave us the encouragement we needed to snuggle up nice and close and get body heat working on our side!!
Scarborough Bluffs engagement photos are immensely popular. We’ve blogged about them before and you may even know someone who’s taken their photos there. One of the reasons it’s so popular is because rockfaces, like the bluffs, are almost impossible to find without driving some distance outside of the city. The bluffs are certainly a somewhat hidden gem in the city and we absolutely love visiting!
We hope you enjoy Nalae & Nick’s Scarborough Bluffs engagement photos; captured by Sarah at Ten·2·Ten Photography.
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Tips for Fall Engagement Photos near Water
- Fall in Ontario can be one of two extremes. Either high 20’s or darn near close to freezing. Unfortunately the weather can also change in a matter of minutes and you can easily go from one extreme to the next.
- Photographing near water means that the temperatures will be significantly cooler than what the forecast says. For example, if the forecast is calling for 12 degrees, it may actually feel closer to 5 or 6 degrees down by the water. When the wind comes off the water it can chill you right to the bone.
- If you’re particularly sensitive to the cold, don’t shoot near water after Thanksgiving (Uh… Canadian thanksgiving!) to be on the safe side.
- Dress in layers; it’s easier to remove layers than to try to stay warm with just a thin shirt on
- Choose a hair style that will hold up in the wind. If your hair gets particularly frizzy, consider wearing it back or simply becoming zen with the frizz! (You’ll look great no matter what!)
- Be open to a week day shoot. Fall engagement photos are the most popular and with the weather being as varied as it can be during the fall, if you limit yourself to only weekends you may end up getting stuck with a cold day.