Engaged in the Omaha O!

I’m so excited to share these photos of a very special couple I photographed recently. Our photoshoot was cancelled twice because of weather but in the end I’m glad it worked out that way. The day we took photos ended up exactly like we needed, perfect mild temperature and no rain!

I had a great time with these two. They are without a doubt in love and perfect for each other. The whole shoot was comfortable and so casual just the way I like it. I feel I really captured their personalities and their relationship. These types of photoshoots make me love what I’m doing even more.
I can’t wait to attend their wedding next May. After hanging out with these two I know it will be one heck of a party!








We went to two different areas to photograph in. One being the Old Market. There are so many cool little niches to photograph down there. Do you love the giant “O” that’s part of the Omaha O! Public Art Project? Here’s a video showing all the different “O” locations. hmmm, I just got an idea. How cool would it be to have every engagement session have at least one photo snapped at one of these locations? I have a couple more engagement sessions coming up. I may have to run it by them and see what they think.

One more cool thing about this couple . . . I share the same name as the bride-to-be. She even spells it the same! I don’t run into that very often. I love the way Cara told me how she explained me to her friends. “Her name is Cara and she even spells it correctly!” Love it, meaning there’s only one RIGHT way to spell it. 🙂
Well, take care Zach and Cara! I will have your online gallery setup and ready to be viewed before the weekend. Thanks for such a fun photoshoot.

October 31, 2007 - 3:35 pm

becky - AMAZING!!!!! love these friend! CAN NOT wait to have you photography tom and i!!!

October 31, 2007 - 8:23 pm

Sarah - you keep on getting better and better, cara. =) these are so gorgeous. by the time i get married, you will be a freakin’ photography genius and i can’t wait! LOVEYOU! =)

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