Thursday, December 24, 2009
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Tuesday, November 10, 2009
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julia and douglas
We were beginning to wonder if this portrait session was going to happen. We've been planning for months to do cotton field portraits of these two, but before the cotton was ready, the rain came down and down, day after day. Just when it was looking good, it started raining again. I had planned to do this tomorrow evening, but then Monday night I watched the news and weather. Guess what I learned? Yes, more rain for Thursday...at least it's not predicted to rain several weeks, just one day. I am so glad that this session finally happened. It was your typical session: one child looking when the other is not and vice versa and then when you least expect it, you get a moment like this!
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Thursday, October 15, 2009
No, it's not Easter time, but it was then...
Now more recently...
I will post more from this session soon.
Friday, October 9, 2009
And yeah, she still has a little 3-year-old attitude at this point.
Often it certainly takes a little (okay..a lot) of patience when photographing children.
But eventually she changes her mood and we get images like this...
and this... MaCee enjoyed being photographed. Thank Goodness!
I've watched this little girl grow up a lot over the years. (If I still have files that are easily accessible, I will have to post one of her before she had a baby sister on a "Then and Now" post.)
Thursday, October 8, 2009
THIS IS NOW...
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Byrson looks so much like his sister when she was did her first portraits.
CLICK HERE TO SEE THE PREVIOUS POST if you missed that one.
baby yawns and...
tiny ones and cute little hats go so well together...
So hard to capture portraits with the new one and the older sib when the sibling is getting tired of it all.
"The handiwork of God, a new hand in ours..."
For some reason, I love this one!
It just doesn't get much better than this...
FIRST FAMILY PORTRAIT AS A FAMILY OF FOUR
The newest "little Tiger" in this family...
This little girl has stolen her dads heart. It was so obvious how much these two love each! I could tear up right now just thinking about what a priviledge it was to witness this.
You've seen the above image in a post from yesterday and this one next one in a SNEAKPEAK post, but it is definitely worth sharing again.
Ryder, and his big sister, Addison that I photographed two years earlier. I will post some comparison images of the two sibs later this week. But since I am trying to backtrack until I get caught up.
Since Addison just turned two, we went outside to capture her TWO-YEAR PORTRAITS too. I love how beautiful her eyes are in this image and her curious express.
All babies a gifts from God!
Maybe he will be a little cowboy...
Close-up in his mom's arms...
Addison again...So this was the SNEAKPEAK of Ryders session along with Part 2 of some of my faves from the session.
Knock on wood, if nothing bad happens, I am getting caught up on editing, not everything, but editing is the most time consuming part of my business. What will I do then? I have several posts that I would like to include here like suggestion for portraits, F.A.Q (frequently asked questions) and much more! So stayed tuned for more images and more info.