April 10, 2016 / Engagement
Atlanta Goat Farm Engagement Session | Rahika & Kishan
Atlanta Goat Farm Engagement Session | Radhika & Kishan
This super fun Atlanta Goat Farm engagement session took place at the end of last year and I’m so excited for the upcoming Indian Wedding of Rahika and Kishan this year in 2016! The day started off pretty gloomy with sprinkling rain throughout our session but these two super models made the most of the damp conditions and seriously rocked their engagement session. Atlanta’s Goat Farm Art center is the perfect venue for a Southern-inspired engagement session in the Westside of Atlanta.
Radhika and Kishan love dancing and wanted to incorporate some of their moves into the shoot, and I was more than happy to accommodate! We moved from the central part of the Goat Farm to one of the nearby empty squares and captured some great moments for their Indian engagement session.
For our last “location” for this Atlanta Goat Farm engagement session we found a cool wall with vines to add some color and pop to the session which was still pretty wet from all of the rain in the Atlanta area all day!
With all of the rain in Atlanta we had plenty of puddles to dodge throughout the day to keep Radhika’s dress from getting too wet, but I wanted to incorporate the wetness into this Atlanta Goat Farm engagement session.
For our second location and to end this Atlanta Indian wedding engagement session we headed to Piedmont Park which was equally soaking wet! It was another challenge to find DRY places and equally photographically cool places this evening in Piedmont but we made it happen! Radhika and Kishan continued the theme of rocking their engagement session in their second outfit!
The clouds parted ever so slightly at sunset and we got a little pop of color at least after such a grey day! This Atlanta Goat Farm Engagement Session & Piedmont Park sunset shoot was so much fun, I can’t wait for their 2016 Atlanta Indian Wedding! You can read more about the Atlanta Goat Farm on their facebook page here!