The crisp air, the vibrant colors, and the breathtaking scenery – there’s just something magical about a fall engagement in Vermont! When Keith of Keith MacDonald Photography was asked by his lifelong friends, Chantel and Jack, to capture their engagement photos amidst the stunning landscape of Camel’s Hump, he couldn’t resist.
The fall foliage was on the verge of what us Vermonters call “stick season” (and if you’re a fan of Noah Kahan you’ll know what we mean too!) yet still provided this adventure-loving-couple the ultimate autumn backdrop. Continue reading for all the details.
A Vermont Engagement Shoot in Autumn
Chantel and Jack have been together for 12 years and when it came time to propose, Jack popped the question in Moab, Utah after a packed day of mountain biking. The couple is currently planning their 2024 Vermont wedding and during their latest trip home, asked Keith MacDonald Photography to capture this exciting chapter in their lives.
It was a perfectly cool morning for their challenging hike up, and the picturesque views were well worth it! Against the backdrop of Camel’s Hump, Chantel and Jack’s affection was magnified, illuminating the scene with a sense of tranquility and tenderness. The couple also walked the grounds of a family friend’s house, popping by a log cabin and a small pond. This gallery shows how beautiful Vermont’s in between, “stick season” can be for an engagement shoot!
Tips for Planning An Outdoor Engagement Shoot
An outdoor engagement photoshoot is the perfect way to capture the essence of your love story, especially if you love adventure like Chantel and Jack. Not only does it allow you to create beautiful and lasting memories, but it also gives you the chance to bond with your photographer and get comfortable in front of the camera.