Viejo San Juan Engagement photography session – Wedding Photographer Puerto Rico

Viejo San Juan Engagement photography session – Wedding Photographer Puerto Rico

Jerod dips his bride to be on the romantic cobble stone streets of Viejo San Juan. Photography by Rincon Images wedding photographer Puerto Rico.
Jerod dips his bride to be on the romantic cobble stone streets of Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico.

When did you and your fiancé first meet?

Jerod and I met about 6 years ago. He did some training for a few months in one of the clinics I worked

in before transferring into the operations department. We both work in healthcare administration. We

both shared that passion for working for the underserved community. We would see each other a few

times a year and developed a friendship. Since then we no longer work for the same company, but

similar companies. We both work for health centers to serve the uninsured, low income part of the

community, adults and pediatrics.

This couple had a blast during their Viejo San Juan photography session. I love using this particular street in San Juan, Puerto Rico to photograph wedding and engagement sessions, it has beautiful colored buildings and almost no cars. Photograph by Rincon Images wedding photographer Puerto Rico.
This couple had a blast during their Viejo San Juan photography session. I love using this particular street in San Juan, Puerto Rico to photograph wedding and engagement sessions, it has beautiful colored buildings and almost no cars.
Gorgeous photograph of a couple in Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico. The cobble stone streets and shoes look beautiful in this photograph. Photograph by Rincon Images wedding photographer Puerto Rico.
Gorgeous photograph of the couple in Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico. The cobble stone streets and shoes look beautiful in this photograph.
I absolutely loved the colorful shoes that Heather was wearing for our photography session in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The tropical colors looked fabulous next to the cobble stone streets. It really is all about the details! Photography by Rincon Images wedding photographer Puerto Rico.
I absolutely loved the colorful shoes that Heather was wearing for our photography session in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The tropical colors looked fabulous next to the cobble stone streets. It really is all about the details!
I love using this banyan tree in photographs. It is a great location right on Paseo de la Princesa. The tall tree provides lots of shade to keep things cool, and the long branches make beautiful patterns of light on the ground. Its a great spot for wedding and engagement photography in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Photography by Rincon Images wedding photography Puerto Rico.
I love using this banyan tree in photographs. It is a great location right on Paseo de la Princesa. The tall tree provides lots of shade to keep things cool, and the long branches make beautiful patterns of light on the ground. Its a great spot for wedding and engagement photography in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Tell us about your first date…

Our first date was at the yummy Mexican restaurant, that we go back to ALL the time. It was then

followed by a movie. Typical date! We watched the movie Ted and we laughed so much together. I think

we even ended it with ice cream for dessert. We literally repeat this date all the time. Dinner, movie, ice

cream.

This photograph was taken right in front of the red doors on Paseo de la Princesa in Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico. This kind of architectural detailing is iconic of Viejo San Juan, and is perfect for wedding and engagement photography sessions. Photograph by Rincon Images wedding photographer Puerto Rico.
This photograph was taken right in front of the red doors on Paseo de la Princesa in Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico. This kind of architectural detailing is iconic of Viejo San Juan, and is perfect for wedding and engagement photography sessions.
Natural light can really make for fabulous photographs. Knowing where to be at what time of day is what made the beautiful light in this photograph possible. I love photographing new locations, but getting to know a particular area makes it really easy to nail certain shots. Photography by Rincon Images Wedding photographer Puerto Rico.
Natural light can really make for fabulous photographs. Knowing where to be at what time of day is what made the beautiful light in this photograph possible. I love photographing new locations, but getting to know a particular area makes it really easy to nail certain shots.

How did he ‘pop’ the question?

Jerod had taken me to look at rings a few weeks before he proposed. Actually I think it was about 2

months. I already knew we would be together forever so I knew it was coming. I would think to myself I

wonder how hes going to do it. I am very vigilant and would probably figure it out. So he did it when I

least expected it. I was in the middle of an ab workout when he popped the question! Let’s just say I was

definitely surprised and not expecting it at all!

I love using natural elements when doing wedding photography. The rich lush green color of this aloe plant really makes the purple hues in the amethyst ring pop. Photograph by Rincon Images wedding photographer Puerto Rico.
I love using natural elements when doing wedding photography. The rich lush green color of this aloe plant really makes the purple hues in the amethyst ring pop.

I love the photograph I took of your ring, can you tell me what its made of and where it came from?

My ring is one of a kind. I knew I always liked color and I am not too into silver or white gold, although it

is pretty. When Jerod took me to look “just in case” he asked me “If I could have whatever I want, what

would it be?”. I chose a 14k rose gold band with diamonds on the side and around the middle stone. The

middle stone is a pink amethyst stone. When I told the lady at the store what I wanted, she was a bit

puzzled, since every girl is supposed to want a huge diamond. Well, not me. I like simple, elegant, yet

pretty things. What she put together was just what I envisioned. Thanks to Jennifer at Diamonds Direct

in Austin for making my dream ring come true!

I love using a lens flare in this kind of location, it really adds to the romantic sunset mood. This particular location in Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico is on Calle Norzagary.  Photography by Rincon Images wedding photographer Puerto Rico.
I love using a lens flare in this kind of location, it really adds to the romantic sunset mood. This particular location in Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico is on Calle Norzagary.
My off camera flash made this moody El Morro photograph possible. Having a variety of techniques and a selection of photography equipment makes it easy to have fun at any location any time of day. Photograph by Rincon Images wedding photographer Puerto Rico.
My off camera flash made this moody El Morro photograph possible. Having a variety of techniques and a selection of photography equipment makes it easy to have fun at any location any time of day.

What are you most excited about when you think of spending the rest of your life with your partner?

We are excited for the laughter, peace and love that we will have with each other. Jerod and I do truly

like spending time together. We haven’t gotten into that phase yet where we need our own space and

get annoyed at each other when we spend to much time together, hopefully that day doesn’t come. We

are excited to start a family. We have talked about adopting because there are so many children in this

world that need a stable home! And we are excited for more traveling together!

This was the last spot we stopped during Heather and Jerods engagement photography session. I'm so happy they were up for just a few more photographs. When the sun goes down in Viejo San Juan the city lights come up and make for wonderful photographs. Photograph by Rincon Images wedding photographer Puerto Rico.
This was the last spot we stopped during Heather and Jerods engagement photography session. I’m so happy they were up for just a few more photographs. When the sun goes down in Viejo San Juan the city lights come up and make for wonderful photographs.
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