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      If you are interested in a sunset engagement session at the Museum of Anthropology or Jericho Beach in Vancouver I’d love to hear from you! Please use the contact form at the top of the page or email me directly at mf@mathiasfastphotography.com. I am currently booking Vancouver and Cape Town weddings for this year and next.

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      Sunny and Raman wanted dramatic engagement photos set amongst a natural backdrop in Vancouver and everything came together to make it happen. As the sun started to set we started off the session underneath the willow trees at Jericho Beach. The light there in the evening is incredible and this night was no exception. After an outfit change into a dramatic red dress, we headed over to Cecil Green House and the Museum of Anthropology on the UBC campus.

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      The museum of anthropology is a great location for engagement photos because of its versatility. The actual building provides an urban backdrop while the surrounding trees and grass make for a very natural setting. Its location on the UBC campus and all fantastic spots that provides makes it the ideal location for a unique engagement session in Vancouver. For this Museum of Anthropology engagement session Sunny and Raman stepped it up with some more formal outfits. It was a great choice and contrasted beautifully with the setting. Most Indian pre-wedding photos in Vancouver involve the colour red and Raman was no exception as she wore the most dramatic dress. Already looking forward to my next engagement session at the Museum of Anthropology!

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