At our first meeting, I was only able to meet Natalie, so I hadn’t seen her and Alex interact with each other to be able to get an idea of what their relationship was like. On Saturday I met Alex and Natalie at a random canola field, how can you not love those bright vibrant yellow flowers?
It was apparent to me right away that Natalie and Alex were going to be easy to photograph. They were very much at ease in front of the camera and that probably stems from Natalie’s acting, and Alex’s experience as a photographer. I barely needed to give any direction to them at all, I just put them in front of the lens and they gave met he perfect example of what a couple madly in love look like.
Victoria by the Sea was our next stop. Natalie told me that when the tide’s out, you can walk far out along the sand and the sunsets are beautiful. While we weren’t fortunate enough to get a sunset, the place was still beautiful. On our walk, we encountered some wildlife, including some clams, a starfish, and a crab that tried to jump at Alex’s shoe. On our walk back to the shore, the tide had started to come in, so we had to walk through a bit more water than on our way out, but it was absolutely worth it.
We’ll have to wait until next summer for their wedding, but I’m looking forward to it, until then, you’ll have to make due with this look at their engagement session.