When I received this submission from Josh Snyder Photography one night, I had had a really rough day. The kind of day when you trip over your pant cuff with your stiletto, get a ticket because you paid for the parking spot next to yours, or get stuck behind a dump truck that somehow delivers a kamikaze pebble straight into your windshield. How about all three in the same day? Yah. It happened. And then some.
I was up late that night (1am, to be exact) working on client weddings when I heard the familiar chime of my inbox. Being the crazy e-mail checker that I am, I decided to read that one last message before bed. And I'm so glad I did. Because this engagement shoot submission was the thing that pulled me out of that rut. I just fell in love with it. And I couldn't help but share Josh's work with all of you, because I have a feeling you'll fall in love with it too.
From Josh: "DJ + Amber love the 40's look and wanted to shoot the session somewhat in that style. We shot at the local Railway Museum as well as renting a late 30s Chevy to shoot in a pecan orchard. They bought the luggage at a local vintage shop and Amber's hairpieces at an online vintage apparel store."
Thanks so much to Josh Snyder Photography and DJ and Amber for this lovely vintage engagement shoot!
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