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Lauren & Doug – Mini Engagement Session at Back Door Vintage Books in Fort Worth

Tracy Autem 2015

Sometimes our couples live far away and choose to have engagements done at home.  We get that BUT we also LOVE getting to know our clients, camera in hand, to better prepare them and us for the wedding day.  Getting to know you is so important in helping us create the type of images we are known for – authentic emotional moments.  Lauren & Doug live in New York and had a fun session up there in Central Park but they also understood why getting to know me would help, so we got to planning.  For their mini session we wanted to think a little outside of the box since they already did a session.  Lauren and Doug both love books and she works in the library at an ad agency so we decided to explore a fabulous vintage book store in downtown Fort Worth.  Thank you so much Back Door Books for allowing us into your space for a few minutes to create some fun and funky photos!  I can’t wait to see these two again at Arlington Hall in Dallas next April.

-Tracy

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Kimberly & Mark {Engaged} TCU Library and downtown Fort Worth

I adored this couple from the moment we met and Kimberly said that after meeting me no one else compared and she had to make it happen.  I am so glad she did and a big thanks to her Grandma for encouraging her to work with me because I just love this couple!  Kimberly and Mark are currently doing the long distance thing as she is in medical school in Houston and he is working up here but hopefully she will be up here for residency very soon.  I have a ton of couples that met through their time in school and this couple is no different, meeting at the TCU library.  When they told me that I knew it was the perfect place for some photos as well as around campus.  Kimberly brought along their two doggies as well dressed as a bride and groom!  Kim actually made the veil herself and the dogs were more obedient than my dog would ever be (thanks to our dog wrangling team! Amanda on my staff and Kim’s Mom, Grandma and little bro).  We finished up down town by the awesome flat iron building and a few spots by sun dance square that I love.

Can’t wait to see you guys again!

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