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        Central Park Engagement Pictures

        Photographed by Christian for Natura Collective // Central Park Engagement Photographer


        No matter how many hundreds of times we visit Central Park for Engagement sessions, each session always feels new and different! Every time we shoot in the park we make it a goal to find a new location to pose our couples. So far we haven’t run out of spots!

         

        Iffat and Alex found us online during their search for Central Park Engagement Photographers and decided to plan their session from California. They’ll be tying the knot later in the year over in Monterrey, CA. We are always so happy to help our couples from out of town plan and decide on spots to shoot in the park. It can be overwhelming especially if you haven’t visited before. We take all of the stress away and create a stress free experience from the moment you inquire to the time we deliver your epic Central Park Engagement Pictures.

         

        Thank you so much for your interest in our Central Park Engagement Pictures 🙂 We have shot in Central Park hundreds of times. We know the area so well and can’t wait to help you plan for your session. Reach out to us and start planning your session and we can give you plenty of helpful information and ideas.

        More information about our sessions

        Most of the time we spend about 1 hour with our couples. This gives us time to properly explore the park and hit at least 3 or more of the major areas. Almost everyone wants to visit the Bethesda Terrace and Fountain areas, so we usually start there. In addition to main spots we make sure to take couples to other lesser known areas off the beaten path. Our Central Park engagement sessions usually take place in the early morning to avoid crowds of tourists and people. This is one of the ways we ensure that no photobombers or massive crowds of people ruin your photos! Thanks so much for your interest in our Central Park Engagement Pictures!

         

         


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