Engagement Photography
Fall Engagement Photography | Ashley & Jeremy
Fall Engagement Photography | Ashley & Jeremy
Jeremy and Ashley get close at the castle, from their engagement photo session in Rochester

Engagement photography from the Rochester area with Ashley & Jeremy

When Jeremy and Ashley initially booked an engagement photo session, I was glad to hear they wanted to wait until fall to get some outdoor portraits taken to celebrate their engagement. They had received their photo session as a gift when they first got engaged this past summer. We decided on a pretty cool and interesting location for their photos; an old castle in the middle of Rochester. We got plenty of great shots of the two of the them together, mixing it up with both traditional posed shots, as well as capturing their interaction together as a couple, for a bit of the candid-photojournalist style too. Playing off of the fall foliage and incorporating it into some of their photos worked out well…I had a great time with Ashley & Jeremy, they’re a great couple and I wish them all the best! You can check out a few shots from their engagement session below. See more engagement photography here.

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Patrick Castania is a Santa Clarita CA photographer specializing in Wedding, Engagement, & Family Portrait Photography.

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