Popping the Question

Asking someone to marry you and spend the rest of their life with you is one of the most important questions you can ever ask. If there is ever a time to go big this is it! On top of your romantic and creative proposal ideas, think how much she will love it if you surprise her by having a professional photographer secretly photograph the moment you pop the question. Louisville proposal photos preserve this extremely special moment for years to come and big is your new fiancée high quality images to announce your engagement to the world. Louisville wedding photographer David Blair regularly photographs proposals as they happen. David meets with the lucky guy beforehand to plan out the best way to document the proposal. David can ecretly photograph the whole proposal and reaction without being seen so you can then surprise your new fiancée with images of the moment she said “Yes!” or you can choose to have David come out from hiding right after you pop the question to have even more images taken. However you plan to ask her to marry you, it will be better if you have it well documented. The moment you are popping the question is one of the most exciting times of your life and having romantic proposal photos that will show the emotion of that moment will be invaluable. Contact David today to plan out how he can capture your creative proposal.  She will love the surprise proposal photography and will be glad you got photos of you popping the question! Having proposal photos made to surprise her will help your proposal standout. To see more of David’s work you can view his Online Portfolio

Amanda and Dave’s Engagement Session

Here are some photos of Amanda and Dave’s Engagement Session.View full post »

David & Kelsey are getting married!

Kelsey said YES!  As a Louisville wedding photographer one of the exciting and unique things I get asked to do is toView full post »

Chris & Rebecca’s Engagement Session

Here are a few from Chris & Rebecca’s Engagement Session.View full post »

Sara and Jon’s Louisville Engagement Session

Here are a few from Sara and Jon’s Louisville Engagement Session.View full post »

Todd & Blair are getting married!

I recently did Todd & Blair’s engagement session the day after he popped the question. It was so much funView full post »

Julie and Bryant’s Kentucky Engagement Session

As a Kentucky portrait photographer I’m privileged to have so many beautiful places to create images with myView full post »

Stephanie and Bryan’s Nashville Engagement Session

Stephanie and Bryan’s wedding is just a couple weeks away, but before they tie the knot they wanted to do aView full post »

Katie & Jacob’s Louisville Engagement

Here are a few images from Katie & Jacob’s Louisville engagement session. We enjoyed a nice afternoon togetherView full post »

Melody & Corey

Tomorrow is the big day for Melody & Corey. Last week we went out for a last minute engagement session and afterView full post »

Amanda and Billy’s Louisville Engagement Session

For Amanda and Billy’s engagement session we were out to get a more rustic look so we headed out into the countrysideView full post »

Alex and Katie’s Louisville Engagement Session

Creating sunset engagement photos in Louisville, or anywhere else for that matter, is both fun and a bit of a challengeView full post »

Summer & Jason’s Engagement Session in Madison

The historic little town of Madison Indiana is a great place to photograph. I thoroughly enjoyed Summer & Jason&#View full post »

Jennifer and Stephen’s Lexington Engagement Session

As a Louisville and Lexington wedding photographer I love every opportunity I get to go photograph in the springtime. View full post »

Jerry and Lori’s Engagement Session

As a Louisville wedding photographer I love photographing couples with the city skyline as a backdrop. I love the wayView full post »

Jennifer and Anthony’s Engagement Session

Spring has arrived and as a Louisville wedding photographer that means weddings season is here. My first wedding of theView full post »

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