Sunset Cliffs Engagement Session – Stephanie + Michael

Sunset Cliffs is one of San Diego’s most visited locations, so we were a little nervous planning Stephanie and Michael’s Sunset Cliffs Engagement Session! But these two were champs and followed us down the path less traveled, we ended up in this secluded spot!

If you’ve never been to Sunset Cliffs, it’s a natural landscape where sandstone meets coastal waves! The waves crash on the cliffs until the force of the water creates caverns for you to explore. Tune in to the end to see if they jump in the water!😉

We started their engagement photo session in a secluded area away from the beach because most couples don’t want to be in front of a large crowd, especially when it’s their first time taking professional photos together! This location was great because it gave us a safe space to get to know each other and get a feel for their dynamic as a couple! We never want to make couples feel like just another cookie in the cookie cutter, so intimate time together in the beginning of the session is super important!

Boom…they’re having a good time. now it’s time to pop some bubbles!

man and woman dancing during their Sunset Cliffs Engagement Session
man and woman walking during their Sunset Cliffs Engagement Session
man and woman walking during their Sunset Cliffs Engagement Session
man and woman hugging during their Sunset Cliffs Engagement Session
man and woman kissing during their Sunset Cliffs Engagement Session

Thanks so much for enjoying this Sunset Cliffs Engagement Session! We’re so lucky to live in San Diego where you can drive 10 minutes and end up at a place as gorgeous as Sunset Cliffs!

Sunset Cliffs Engagement Session

These two cleaned up well for their session! If you’re planning your engagements and you want to look your absolute best, here’s some tips on what to wear to make sure you slay your session! 

If you are a photographer and you’re diggin’ the editing style in this Sunset Cliffs Engagement Session, try our Lightroom Presets! These presets work best for photographers who shoot their subjects backlit (with the sun behind the subject). Make sure to underexpose your photos because you don’t want to lose your highlights when applying this preset!

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