by Utah Wedding Photographers JamesErickPhotographyUtah
The Winter Tibble Fork Reservoir Bride & Groom Session with Brooklyn & Christian was beautiful. Tiny flakes of snow fell throughout the session, and though the weather was slightly on the cold side, it was a lot warmer than other shoots I have done here.
A lot of people come to Tibble Fork Reservoir for photo shoots, especially on a weekend, which is one of the reasons I rarely do bridals or engagements on a weekend. Today was busy, but not as bad as I think most people that read the weather report heard that it was going to snow, but that did not stop Brooklyn & Christian. In fact, it just made the pictures even better.
I know Tibble Fork very well and have shot many times here, so I know where to go to avoid people in the background. So, we started on the lake shore trail and went back pretty far to start. Another reason I started here is that the clouds were pretty dark so I wanted to start in the place where the light was not as bright so that we would have more light later on the top of the mountain.
Brooklyn & Christian were fun to work with and never complained once, even though Brooklyn was wearing heals and her feet must have been freezing! About halfway through the shoot I made her switch into warm boots and she was ok for the rest of the shoot. Besides, with the exception of a few pictures, when do you ever see a bride's shoes with a long dress?
The pictures above are just a very few of my favorites from the Winter Tibble Fork Reservoir Bride & Groom Session with Brooklyn & Christian. Enjoy!
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