ROSE HAVEN HERITAGE GARDENS TEMECULA CALIFORNIA
Tiffany and her fiance came all the way down from San Diego to do this lovely session with us. I haven’t been to the rose gardens since Steve and Elizabeth’s engagement session last year, so it was a nice treat when we showed up and the place was in full bloom with so many amazing roses. I must remind myself to do more sessions here because it is such a fantastic little gem in the heart of Temecula Valley.
When we first arrived, I asked Tiffany if there were any specific poses or images that they must have and she responded that they were a bit camera shy. REALLY? By the looks of these images, you could have fooled me! We like to coach our clients and have them warm up to the camera before we start shooting. We lightly guide them and teach them a few core poses so they are more comfortable in front of the camera. Plus John is there saying something hilarious that we all are laughing at. Our ultimate goal to evoke genuine emotion out of our couples and have FUN doing it.
The sun was just setting along the valley’s horizon. This spot is definitely one of my favorites!
We wish you both the best on your big day! Thank you for letting us have the pleasure to capture the two of you!
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