Sometimes I feel like a broken record harping on about making time at sunset. I work hard massaging wedding schedules to make time for it. I only ever schedule my portrait shoots across sunset. But hey. There’s a reason, and it looks like this.
Redhead is one of my regular local beaches for portraits. On this day with Kayla & Jarrod the light was turning it on and I was freaking out accordingly. We looked dramatically towards the sun, looked dramatically away from the sun, scared some kids off the shark tower and just generally had a brilliant time. Shooting some portraits before your wedding day is the best thing you can do to prepare yourself and get relaxed in front of the camera. When you have the knack for picking perfect afternoons like this, all the better.