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        LIZ + EDDIE 

        Brooklyn Bridge Park Engagement Session // Brooklyn Engagement Photographer

        Photographed by Christian for Natura Collective


        Liz and Eddie chose one of our absolute favorite spots to photograph in Brooklyn. We started near the Squibb Park Bridge with stunning Manhattan skyline views. After working our way through Brooklyn Bridge Park we ended the session in the popular DUBMO areas of Washington Street and Plymouth Street. The couple will celebrate their big wedding day in 2021 at Dobbins Street wedding venue!

        As always, we help our couples plan for their Brooklyn Engagement Session. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to reach out to us about planning your Brooklyn or NYC engagement session.





        The above is just a small preview compared to what you will receive after your session. For this Brooklyn Bridge Park Engagement Session, Liz and Eddie receive well over 75 edited images in their own online gallery. All of the photos are touched up and edited to match our editing aesthetic – this helps the whole gallery to feel cohesive.


        For reference, our hour long engagement sessions in the NYC area typically start at $750. We always encourage an outfit change when desired, and we love to include as many spots as possible. Some of the most popular engagement session spots in NYC include: Central Park, The High Line, Prospect Park, DUMBO, SOHO, The West Village, and SOOO many more areas. We’re extremely spoiled with options here in NYC and we’re happy to help plan out your perfect engagement session. Just contact us using the “Book Us” page and let us know what kind of session you’re planning.


        For any of those wondering the route we took during the session, we’ll make it super easy for you and give you a play by play. We met at the DUMBO Shake Shack (if we had gotten food I would’ve gotten a Shroom Burger, yum), from there we walked toward the Squibb Park Bridge entrance along Everit Street. From Squibb Park Bridge we walked down to the Old Pier 1, and back through the Brooklyn Bridge Park Greenway toward the Brooklyn Bridge. After stopping at The Max Family Garden we took some photos at Empire Ferry Fulton Park next to Jane’s Carousel. Next up was the Time Out Market rooftop and we finished up at Washington Street and John Street Park.