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Bay 7 & Old Well | Engagement Session | Chapel Hill, NC

Jeremy & Stacey’s engagement session photography was back in October 2009 and am just know getting it posted on my photography blog. Yes, I know.. bad photographer!  Smackies!!!When we first talked about their photography, they had a couple of ideas on where they wanted their e-session.  One was at the Old Well on the UNC Campus in Chapel Hill, NC and the other was Bay 7 @ the American Tobacco Campus in Durham, NC.  As I love the feel of the photography in both of these places I was really excited, so much so that we ended up photographing well past sunset.  Both Jeremy & Stacey were so comfortable in front of the camera it made getting great photography of them a snap!  From the Old Well we went to the kissing bench where we photographed, of course, a wonderful kiss.  Of course, I had to have a little fun with them and adjust my camera several times while they re-did it.  🙂

If you have not been to Bay 7 on the American Tobacco Campus before, I highly recommend you make the time.  It’s such a unique space that has been beautifully renovated and includes a lazy river, many restaurants and other businesses that you will certainly enjoy your time spent.  If you follow my photography you will know I love architecture and this place really just has a wonderful “feel” to it.  I really appreciate you both freezing in the name of photography!!!!  As always, here are a few photographs and I am really looking forward to your wedding!

  • Allen - Beautiful engagement images Brian, they look like a fun couple. 🙂 I love the one with the vine arbor and the other one with their feet in the water, my kinda laid-back couple 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Tony Cooper - Great posing and lighting. I think you did a great job for them. Also worth mentioning that using a wider depth of field really worked well in some shots. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Brandon - Really great use of the off-camera flash. I’ve never attempted an engagement session when it’s been that dark.ReplyCancel

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