The photoshoot starts off like any regular engagement series. You have a happy couple looking out into the river, running through fields and enjoying a lovely picnic lost in their own romance. However, Jason Voorhees is staring at them from behind.
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With the coronavirus pandemic completing ruining all over plans, taking a toll on our everyday life, most of us are forced to stay indoors until it gets over. However, what really keeps us sane during this self-isolation is seeing fun things on the internet and even better when there's some terrifying element to it. Yes, a fun, horror-loving couple decided to come up with a photoshoot that is not only brilliant but also equally spooky. We have all grown up watching Friday the 13th for years and Toronto couple Vanessa Lawson and Josh Morden's 2013 engagement photoshoot is still much talked about on social media platforms every now and then. Why you may ask? It's their engagement photoshoot that is themed around 'Friday The 13th'. The photos were shot by a talented photographer Brandon Gray.
"You could say we have a flair for the dramatic," Lawson had earlier said in an interview. "We have an insane collection of horror films at home -- I guess it's a bond that we share." The photoshoot is complete with the murderous Jason Voorhees and wait, it gets better! It is shot at "Camp Crystal Lake".
The genius photoshoot starts off like any regular engagement series. You have a happy couple looking out into the river, running through fields and enjoying a lovely picnic lost in their own romance. However, this is where Jason Voorhees slowly starts appearing in the photos, adding the terrifying element, we all love seeing. And then, of course, we see Jason terrifying the couple as he slowly starts creeping in toward them. Then it comes to an end as Jason can be seen standing next to the couple as they pretend to be dead under the "Camp Crystal Lake" board.
People have been raving about this photoshoot ever since it hit social media in 2013. "It is an excellent way of announcing the engagement, and is a good example of the couple's ability/willingness to work together as a couple," one Facebook user said. "Plus it is funny adorable, can only imagine future birth announcements." Meanwhile, another joked, "Now I wonder how the wedding will turn out!
Check out the photoshoot below: