Matthew and Tracy recently got engaged and wanted to celebrate and share the news by having a Tybee Island engagement session on the north beach of Tybee Island. The north beach is a romantic location with an intimate atmosphere, especially if you know where to go and time your session well. Without crowds, Matthew and Tracy were able to feel comfortable and express their affection for each other during their session.
The location is ideal for a Tybee Island engagement session with many different backgrounds for a variety of looks in your images, including big jetty rocks, sand dunes, grass, Georgia’s oldest and tallest lighthouse, and the ocean of course. But keep in mind that this place changes a lot because of the weather and nature. For example, the big rocks are sometimes covered in sand because of the tides and no one knows when the sand will go away and show them again. It could take a long time or it could be very soon.
It’s also important to note that this photoshoot happened in the spring, so the grass wasn’t blooming yet. But that doesn’t change how beautiful the location is. It’s just a reminder that every photoshoot will be a little different depending on the time of year and the weather. That’s why it’s important to choose a photographer who has a lot of experience and knows how to make any location look great, no matter what time of year it is. (A good photographer will also make you look your best, but we can talk about that more later.)
If you recently proposed to your partner, or if you’re planning to propose on Tybee Island, I would love to help make the experience stress-free, fun, and memorable for you both. After you book your session, we can have a quick phone call to answer all of your questions about your proposal plans. During the call, we’ll talk about a customized plan that fits your personalities and go over all the details using Google Maps. That way, on the big day, you can just focus on what you want to say.