Couples photos are taken for any number of reasons, such as photos for announcing engagements, weddings, parties, or simply wanting a new photo of you and your significant other. Though it's not unusual to take outdoor photos for engagement announcements and other photos, indoor photos can look just as classic -- especially if the location holds a special meaning for the two of you.
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Have your picture taken at your favourite cafe or restaurant, or the establishment where you met or had your first date, if applicable. Black and white images of a couple huddled together in a corner or by a window of a favourite cafe is one idea, or take moody colour photos in a restaurant full of rich, colourful decor. The image of the two of you walking in or out of a cafe/restaurant either facing the camera or with your backs to the camera is another option.
If the two of you are sports nuts, arrange to have your photo taken at a nearby sports stadium, or simply bring a friend to a game to take candid shots. Dressing up in your favourite team's jerseys is an option, though dressing up in fine clothes adds an interesting element to such photos. Have the pictures taken in the seats against the backdrop of the field or try a shot in the standing room section of the stadium with the two of you as the focus and passersby as colourful, blurry images.
Cathedrals and castles provide stunning backdrops for both indoor and outdoor photos. Couples that are travelling through European and British Isle countries can consider arranging for photos to be taken in a castle hall or tower. Cathedrals are found in the U.S. and in Europe and Britain, such as the Cathedral Church of Saint Paul in Boston, Massachusetts, or Lincoln Cathedral in Lincoln, England. Take a picture among the pews, or a picture of both of you lighting a candle.
Your home or apartment is an option for photos that doesn't require travelling or spending much money. Residences that are newly renovated can provide the perfect backdrop for a couples photo, or if you want more casual photo options, such as the two of you curled up on the couch watching a favourite movie or reading a book. Sitting together over breakfast is another option, which can either be in your kitchen area or screened-in porch, if applicable.
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