Lakeside Park is one of my favorite Fond du Lac engagement photo locations, and one of my favorite locations period. Eric and Emily knew they had to incorporate fishing into their September shoot.
Putting down the blanket, snuggling up to Eric and watching or helping him fish is an ideal summer activity for the couple. Eric is quite serious about it. He’s participated in several international fishing competitions including one in Spain this year.
While the angling theme was uber adorable, the shoot took on a whole different look when Emily put on that charcoal blue dress and black pumps.
After making stunning use of natural light throughout the park, we headed over to the lake at dusk. Photographers who rely only on natural light wouldn’t have been able to make these pictures. I brought some of my own lighting to make magic.
Lakeside Park never ceases to offer amazing opportunities for Fond du Lac engagement photo locations. This is because each little area offers so many ways to shoot and stories to tell. We took advantage of as many as possible, including the bridge, piers, river, fountain and lake.
Eric and Emily did a most fantastic job. I know they’ll have a beautiful wedding at St. John’s in Rubicon and reception at the Schauer Center in Hartford 2016.
I can’t wait to be a part of their special day. Thanks to Eric and Emily for choosing me to be their wedding photographer!
Originally published November 2015.
Joel Nisleit is a Wisconsin wedding photographer with designer flair looking for couples who want an experience to treasure for the rest of their lives. Contact Joel for services and pricing or to set up a meeting.