Dusk Titanic Quarter Engagement: Rachael & Louis

Rachael and Louis met at Toys R Us so although we planned to go to Titanic for their engagement shoot they asked if we could pop up to the shop in Newtownabby and get just a few shots there and why not. So after work everyone headed up to Newtownabby before all  bundling back into the car and headed off for Titanic. We spent about an hour or so wandering around the Titanic building and the slipway (pre Fanzone) and got these great shots of them.  They were terrific sports on the even climbing up the out side steps and when we asked.  Which are your favorites?

Titanic Quarter Engagement
Titanic Quarter Engagement
Titanic Quarter Engagement
Titanic Quarter Engagement

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Graham Crichton is an award winning professional wedding & portrait photographer based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. With 10 years of experience and having photographed hundreds of weddings he has photographed weddings all over Ireland, the UK and abroad.

About Hannah

Hannah Crichton is the principal photographic assistant, blogger and studio manager (and other half of Graham Crichton Photography). Hannah and Graham recently married themselves in Ynysybwl, Wales, where Hannah is originally from. Hannah loves “everything wedding"!

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