Brittany & TJ’s Country Engagement Session

Brittany and TJ just might be the toughest couple I’m ever going to photograph getting married. The day of their engagement session, it was about 105° nearly the entire two hours that we shot. I guzzled down buckets of water and eventually ran out. The three bottles that I bought for them went virtually untouched. Brittany drank about a cap full from her bottle, and TJ didn’t even break the seal on his. I honestly have no idea why I didn’t have to call 911 at some point to get medical assistance for these two. Tough as nails, I tell you.

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Their acclimation to the Texas heat may have a lot to do with their lifestyle. These two are turkey-hunting, hog-skinning, calf-raising, fish-finding people. They are no strangers to the outdoors. And for every bit as tough as they are individually, the toughness of their bond is replicated. 

Though they’ve known each other through high school, college and since, it was not love at first sight. It wasn’t until last March that Brittany and TJ became an item after mutual friendships gave them an excuse to become even better friends. 

Brittany & TJ’s Country Engagement Session

Their first date was on opening day of the spring turkey season. The two were both so nervous, they failed to bag anything. And the outdoor tradition has continued right up to the proposal when TJ proposed while working calves.

Brittany and TJ have learned that they balance each other out. Where TJ has weaknesses, Brittany fills in with strengths and vice versa. They’ve become a very well-oiled machine that works together to create a bond so tight that it can’t be broken. They have come to just about read each other’s minds.

Since turkey season means so much to them, Brittany and TJ are even planning their wedding day around opening season next year—March 16, 2019. (You know, I wouldn’t even mind if they served turkey and dressing at their reception!)

Here are some of my favorite images from their shoot!

If you’d like to see all the images from this country engagement session, please enjoy this video. For the best quality, be sure to change the video player settings to 1080 HD.

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san antonio senior portrait photographers ata-girl photography since 2010I am a WPPI-C certified professional wedding and senior photographer based in South Texas near San Antonio. I pride my business in offering a premier and personal service coupled with an unforgettable photography experience. I cater to clients who appreciate quality photography and help them to create family heirlooms that will last for generations. As a full-time professional photographer, my sole purpose is to provide amazing, memorable and full-service photography.

I started Ata-Girl Photography Co., LLC in 2010. I firmly believe that the unique set of circumstances I have faced in life has prepared me to take a personal and genuine interest in my photography clients. I enjoy documenting the important milestones and captivating moments in people’s lives. I love being a part of people’s journey and consider myself privileged to document their legacies.

When I’m not photographing a wedding, family or high school senior, I love to spend my spare time hiking, camping, cycling, reading, listening to Elvis and Prince. The most important things in life are for me to see my two daughters happy and to create a family history my grandparents would be proud of!

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