Mariya and Quintin, who met in college at a small university in Wisconsin, discovered my work on Instagram and chose me to photograph their spring 2024 wedding. Their engagement session at the Minneapolis Institute of Art was filled with date vibes as we explored various rooms, art, and architecture. The museum provided an ideal setting for capturing moody engagement photos.
Opting for a museum for your engagement photos is a clever move; it adds a cool, distinctive, and moody atmosphere. Stepping away from typical locations helps you feel more relaxed in front of the camera. Choosing something less traditional adds a fun twist. Treat the whole session like a laid-back date – just enjoy the time together. Don’t stress about poses; let it flow naturally. That’s when you get those genuine, authentic shots that capture your real selves. It’s all about embracing your vibe and telling your story in a way that feels true to you.
If you ever need help finding the perfect spot for you and your partner, I’m always here to help. You can also check out this blog on the best engagement photo locations in Minneapolis and St. Paul!
Quintin’s father contributed to a sculpture outside the museum, making it a meaningful location for their engagement session due to their shared love for art. Many laughs and kisses were shared, and it was fun exploring the building and architecture together.
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