Albuquerque Wedding Photographer in Corrales

An engagement session is a great way for you to have a little fun and take some time to breathe during wedding planning. You can do anything for your engagement photos. You can relax or dream big. Cozy afternoon in at home, out riding horses, camping, on a date downtown...you decide. We'll make it happen. Engagement sessions are fun, you get to experience being in front of a camera before your wedding, and you'll have photos for save the dates and for display and a guest book at your wedding. And we'll get to know each other better too.


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Boese Brothers engagement session: Lexi + George rings and hands
Boese Brothers engagement session: Lexi + George bar reflection photo
Boese Brothers engagement session: Lexi + George rings on beer taps
Boese Brothers engagement session: Lexi + George foosball winning
Boese Brothers engagement session: Lexi + George window reflection snuggles
Boese Brothers engagement session: Lexi + George sitting at bar
Boese Brothers engagement session: Lexi + George love
Boese Brothers engagement session: Lexi + George laughing
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Engagement ring photo at Elena Gallegos

Albuquerque Engagement Photography


There are so many great locations to photograph engagement sessions in the Albuquerque area. In Albuquerque alone we can photograph your engagement session in the bosque, downtown, Old Town, ABQ Biopark Botanical Gardens, in Nob Hill, The Balloon museum, The Tram, in the foothills at Elena Gallegos, or up at Sandia Crest. And there are art galleries, murals all over, coffee shops, cool diners, quirky shops and antique malls. Seriously, the options are endless for unique session locations.

If you want to drive a bit, then there's the Jemez, the Bisti Badlands, White Sands, Ghost Ranch area...there is something cool in every direction outside of town. I'm down for travel to cool locations. Desert, bosque, reservoirs, badlands, geologic beauty...San Ysidro. Everywhere in New Mexico is gorgeous.