Such a cutie! And, don’t you just love how the pearls look like her teeth??
This precious little man was 3 weeks early (as predicted by his sweet Momma). It’s so important to get newborn pics within the first 10 days of their birth in order to catch sweet sleeping pics like these! As I’ve mentioned before, I just love using props that have a special meaning behind them. The pitcher and bowl featured in a few of the pics were actually used by “G”s Mommy and Daddy in their wedding ceremony (they washed each other’s feet…such a beautiful expression of devotion)!
What a fun photo shoot with these sweet little girls! Yes, it was burning hot outside, but they were very cooperative. I just LOVE the photos of them in their long flowing dresses. Their Mom had actually just pinned the material and put a ribbon around their waist for the shoot! Kudos to her for thinking outside the box.
I would like to encourage all of my clients to put some thought into their photo shoots when it comes to props, attire, etc. If you would like some help, I’d love to help you plan out a unique photo shoot that stands out amongst the typical family portraits.
It’s that time of year, and I’m pleased to offer a discounted rate for Seniors looking for portraits. $100 will get them a full one-hour photo session with print-released cd! Tell the seniors in your life about this special so that they can look back with fondness on their High School years (unlike my senior pictures which highlighted my enormous eyebrows).
The Armstrongs are such a special family! They sold the majority of their possessions and recently moved to Haiti. Please read about their journey and how you can support their ministry here: http://armstrongsinhaiti.com/
I had the pleasure of photographing the cutest blonde-headed sisters this past Friday! I’m not kidding, these sweet girls are so blonde that it presented a bit of an exposure challenge! Their Momma is a blogger. Check out her web site: www.thriftychristy.com!