Railroad Park Engagement Photography with Mollie and Bradford!
A warm and beautiful Sunday morning in Birmingham's Railroad Park was the setting for my most recent engagement photography session, which featured Mollie and Bradford, an incredibly fun couple and two good friends of mine.
Mollie and Bradford will be getting married on October 1st at Avondale Brewery in Birmingham, but, like most couples, they wanted to do an engagement session before their big day. The two decided on Railroad Park for its open nature and the beautiful views of the Magic City's skyline that are present throughout the location.
We all met at the park early on an August Sunday morning, and we couldn't have been given more perfect conditions. There was ample sunshine, but it wasn't too overwhelming for the session. The warm and sunny morning only amplified the energy and vibe Mollie and Bradford were giving off for the shoot.
The playful nature of the couple also was on display throughout the shoot. Mollie and Bradford have a habit of giving each other high fives so, naturally, we made sure to incorporate that into the photographs. I think they made for some really fun shots and really captured their personalities quite well.
I had a blast doing this session in Railroad Park for Mollie and Bradford, and I know I'll have a blast photographing their wedding at the beginning of October. I'd also like to personally thank them for selecting me to photograph these important moments.
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Enjoy the sampling of photos below and be sure to scroll to the bottom of the post to find the link to the full display gallery!
You can see the display gallery from this engagement portrait session at Railroad Park in Birmingham, Alabama by visiting "Mollie and Bradford's Engagement Portraits".
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