Proposal Sapphire Point Area | January
Proposal in the Sapphire Point Area
Proposals have a lot of variables to getting the ideal angle. Guys have a lot of nerves as this is such a serious moment. Women have a lot of surprise and (at least for us) lack of awareness of the camera. This leads to the angles getting off from the ideal or in this case their spots being reversed. We note this as sometimes guys see it as a spot and not a precise angle to accommodate all the variables. Nonetheless it was too good to just pass up on a blog. So we risk posting it with one caveat. Positioned in the reverse like this it will be hard to get her face.
Guys ask us from time to time about weather. The answer is that it is another variable. Flexibility on the guys end is what helps the most. On the original day it was going to be snowing. We reached out as normal in the couple days out. The schedule was so full of events around Breckenridge. Moving was going to be hard but upon thinking on it they just made the move.
On the back end the hindsight showed this was a great move. When it snows couples think romantic but often it means lack of mountains. The combination view of her reaction with the background is a big part of the why couples get engaged in Colorado. My take is we want to find the balance of what is natural for them with the best day we both can do.
You can get proposal ideas from reading past blogs and read about how we do proposals on our engagement proposals page. If you like what you see here and are considering using this location here are some of the other shoots we have done at the Sapphire Point Overlook or at in the area around Sapphire Point.