by Utah Wedding Photographers James Erick Photography Utah
Kailey & Terran's Winter Tibble Fork Engagement was loads of fun. Kailey & Terran like to joke around a lot, which made for some fun pictures! Running in the snow, sliding on the ice covered lake, and standing on a tree stump 50 feet off the ground were just a few of their exploits.
I am almost caught up with my winter photoshoots. I do not blog every shoot I do, just a few here and there when I have time. I'm sure my clients would much rather get their pictures on-time then to have their pictures blogged.
It was pretty cold today, about 23 degrees, but the lighting was perfect, cloudy but not dark. Many people think that its better to have a sunny day for a photoshoot, but in the winter, its better to have a cloudy day so that the snow is not blinding. Also on cloudy days, you can shoot in any direction, not just facing or away from the sun.
There are many places at Tibble Fork reservoir to shoot. Some locations are better on sunny days, like the bridge across the river, and some on cloudy days, like the picture on the hill with Mount Timpanogos in the background. So choosing the right locations in the right lighting is key to a great photoshoot. It also doesn't hurt to have a couple that is willing to go or do just about anything to get an amazing shot! And standing on frozen tree stump with a 50 foot drop to one side with the mountains and trees in the background is an amazing shot!
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The pictures above are just a very few of my favorites from Kailey & Terran's Winter Tibble Fork Engagement. Enjoy!