Kyle + Meghan's Beach Session {Gulf Coast Couple's Portrait Photographer}

So, this is my adorable little brother and his gorgeous girlfriend. As a couples' portrait photographer, I have always admired their natural chemistry and knew how much fun it would be to capture. For years now I've been wanting to get them in front go my camera and it's never worked out... But, now I know why. Because this session needed to happen! 

Last summer we went to Florida for vacation with my family and Meghan was coming with us for the first time. I immediately knew that I needed to get the two of them to one of my favorite spots in our vacation area, the Gulf Islands National Seashore. 

The setting and afternoon could not have been more perfect! The sunset was awesome, the breeze was nice and light, and the two of them were just the cutest and easiest to work with! They are such naturals, even with Kyle's goofy self. These are now some of my favorite couples' portraits that I have ever taken! I wish we had a beach this pretty back at home in New Orleans to shoot at all the time, but we can totally work with what we have in the area! 

Thank you guys again for modeling for me out there in Florida! Now we just need some couples' portraits in New Orleans! 

 

Gulf Coast Couple's Portrait Photography
Gulf Coast Couple's Portrait Photography
Gulf Coast Couple's Portrait Photography
Gulf Coast Couple's Portrait Photography
Gulf Coast Couple's Portrait Photography
Golf Coast Couple's Portrait Photography
Gulf Coast Couple's Portrait Photography
Gulf Coast Couple's Portrait Photography
Gulf Coast Couple's Portrait Photography
Gulf Coast Couple's Portrait Photography
Gulf Coast Couple's Portrait Photography
Gulf Coast Couple's Portrait Photography
Gulf Coast Couple's Portrait Photography

See why I loved it so much?! I cannot wait to get back down to the beach next summer! I think I'm going to offer these sessions all summer when possible! And even when we go back to Florida!! Let's hope I can book a few!! Because I love them!

<3 Chelcie