San Diego Engagement Photos | Windandsea Beach
When it comes to choosing a location for your San Diego engagement photos, Windandsea Beach in La Jolla is a great choice for beach-loving couples. It’s also a great way to showcase what San Diego has to offer for your out of town wedding guests. I love it when my couples choose Windandsea for their engagement session as it is not your average beach. Its rocky bluffs and crashing waves make a breathtaking backdrop for your engagement photos. It’s especially romantic and dreamy at sunset.
I had a great time photographing this sweet and adorable couple. The session felt like we were just taking a stroll on the beach. They were total naturals in front of the camera and it shows in all their photos. We really lucked out with the soft light too! The blues in their outfits coordinated so well with the scenery. They’ll be getting married later this year in Italy where they met and I wish them all the best.
If you’re looking for a photographer for your San Diego engagement photos, I’d love to help you plan the perfect session. I can help you get beautiful natural looking photos just like the ones you see here. Contact me today so we can get started right away!
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