Kristina and Jeffs New York City engagement session was captured in the middle of October. It was just as the leaves were starting to change color which was SO beautiful to see and photograph! We started the session towards the end of golden hour in the middle of Central Park, at the Bethesda Terrace. We took pictures with all the iconic stops including the arches and bow bridge. Afterwards we then walked just under a mile to riverside drive where the colors of sunset were reflecting on the glass buildings. On riverside drive, there are steps that lead down to Pier 1 which is on the upper west side. It is one of my favorite locations that is kind of a hidden gem. When you walk down the pier, you get a full skyline view of the city! A perfect backdrop for engagement photos!
Jeff and Kristina wanted to capture the lights of New York City at night, so it was amazing that we were able to get the whole skyline view for them. I love that we got a mix of the beautiful Central Park architecture, the New York City streets, and also the night scene and lights. A perfect combination of what the city has to offer! They are getting married next August at Cipriani on 42nd Street. I am so excited to see them again and capture their beautiful wedding day!
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