This is my most favourite time of year – crisp fresh mornings and warm days with clear blue skies. Winter Centennial Park Portraits are the way to go if you would like cuddly and romantic couple photos.
We started off Saturday morning perfectly with some photos in Centennial Park at sunrise. Whilst the joggers and cyclists cruised past on the path, we were exploring the pine forest and open areas at the back of the park as the sun peeked through the trees. Trent and Alex love this kind of weather and they hope to have a day like this for their wedding in June (see what their wedding was like here!). I approve as I am a June bride :)).
They said they were a little nervous for the portrait session and weren’t sure if they could be romantic in front of the camera. But they ended up proving themselves wrong as they climbed through long grass to kiss and cuddle in the sun! They also had a lot of the fun with Trent picking up Alex and throwing her over his shoulder like he was in a Scandinavian Wife-Carrying Competition! Alex also provided some cheeky moves as they walked along the grass path and lifted her leg at the back to give Trent a little nudge on the butt!
I love to see my couples relax as the session goes along and provide their own ideas and personality to the photos! Relaxed photos = real and beautiful photos of the two of you! It is also great practice for your wedding day too! So feel free to consider some Winter Centennial Park Portraits! It is a very big park and there are many different spots for photos if you want something different to long grass and a pine forest. There are bridges, ponds, large expanses of water, well-manicured gardens and big paperbark trees.