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Bridal Veil Falls Engagement


Bridal Veil Falls Engagement with Natalie & Braxton

By Utah Wedding Photographers James Erick Photography Utah

When Braxton and Toni Said they wanted to do a Bridal Veil Falls Engagement in April, I said, “Your crazy, and I like that!” I had always wanted to shoot at the falls. I have done so a few times for nature photography purposes, but never with a couple. I told them we could do it, but there would be a few challenges.

First, it was 45 degrees outside. There was still snow around the falls, and the water was near freezing. As much as I wanted to get the pictures, I did not want them to die from hypothermia! Second, getting to the falls could be dangerous. Walking on slippery rocks up the side of a near freezing waterfall could be tricky. And third, cameras and water don’t go to well together. Trying to get shots while getting pelted by the water would be a challenge.

So even with those challenges Braxton & Toni still wanted to do a Bridal Veil Falls Engagement session, so, off we went. I am not exaggerating when I say that I was freezing and I was wearing a flannel shirt with a heavy leather jacket over it. The one thing you can’t protect when shooting in cold weather is your hands, and they hurt it was so cold. But if you look at the pictures with Braxton and Toni, you would have thought it was a waterfall in Hawaii in mid-summer. They played in the water, rand around the rocks, and were literally drenched by the end of the shoot.

I think this was one of the most fun and crazy shoots I have ever done. Thank you Braxton and Toni!

For more information regarding the location of the Bridal Veil Falls Engagement, please visit their website: Bridal Veil Falls

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The pictures above are just a very few of my favorites from the Bridal Veil Falls Engagement

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