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High Line Park Engagement: Leah + Michael

high line park engagement photos by Casey Fatchett - fatchett.com

“How early do we need to get there?”

I get it. Getting up early is not on my list of things that I enjoy.  But, sometimes, it is worth it…

If you want to do your engagement (or wedding) photos at a place like the High Line Park, you’re going to have to get up early to beat the crowd. Otherwise, you’re going to be limited in the locations you can use unless you want to have huge crowds of people in the background. It’s also a fairly ‘tight’ space in a lot of areas, so the best option is to beat the crowds.

But How Early Do You Mean?

I was scheduling an engagement session for the High Line once, and I let the couple know that we should get there early. They responded by saying, unironically, “So, like noon?”

I’m so, so sorry. I mean like 7 or 8 AM.

Yea, I know. That’s painful. But it is totally worth it.

Leah and Michael were game for getting up super early for their session. They showed up with smiles and coffee in hand…

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Looking for engagement photos on the High Line? Get in touch with me today – as long as you don’t mind getting up early!

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