Karen & Matt \ Engaged

DALLAS ENGAGEMENT

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There’s an old country song by Sammy Kershaw titled, “She Don’t Know She’s Beautiful,” and if I could pick one song to describe this session, that would be it.  Karen and Matt are a gawgeous couple and really turned up the heat for their Dallas engagement session.  But, they’re not the type of people that flaunt their good looks…they’re both incredibly modest and down to earth…and…borderline goofy.  Even though they were both nervous about their shoot, we knew it would be so easy since they looked so good together!  We shot in a bunch of different locations, starting with a high school track, a newly renovated Power & Light building (old school Dallas electric company), White Rock Lake, and ending the night on the Mckinney Avenue Trolley. We’re really excited about their wedding in September and can’t wait to see them all jazzed up!

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