I just had to share. 🙂
I just had to share. 🙂
I was lucky enough to have a session with these dear friends in some glorious light. We battled mosquitos (they won) at our neighborhood park, but I have to say that it was well worth the “pain”!
Wish I could say that I worked some sort of magic to get this first picture… okay maybe just a pinch, but it was really the natural and easy sibling connection here that made my job simple. They just interact so beautifully without fuss and I really watching it unfold (and snapping away).
And you would think this is big sister number two, but no, this is mama! *sigh* I love this picture!
And my two favorite family pictures from the session:
P.S. Good job on the color coordinating! Love it!
I love repeat clients! I cannot believe how much this little lady has grown and changed since her newborn pictures! She has such a joyful spirit. We did this session earlier in the week as a surprise for daddy’s birthday present!
Such pretty girls!
While in Arizona, I met my new baby niece and caught up with the older two cuties.
My beautiful sister:
Aaaaand… the other two:
We made finger puppets:
I cannot believe she’s this big already.
And this little cutie is such an angel. I had to ask my sister is she EVER misbehaves. She said that she does… when her sister sets her up!
Does my little sister have her hands full or what?!
I took these of my niece when she visited in June. I re-edited them tonight, and edited this first one after cracking up when I opened it. She’s giving a boy the stare because he was making a ruckus in the water at the park. She just stared at him with this tiny wisdom, and I love the little look that resulted.
When I used to write (before I was a mom), I’d write, edit, put it away long enough to become detached, then take the draft out and re-edit with fresh eyes. I figure that there’s nothing wrong with doing this in photography as well, right? Well, at least when it comes to family photos.
This is the face of a toddler who is forced to take a picture before she can go enjoy the lollypops five feet away…
I chopped the top of the fence off in my first edit, but fell in love with the peek of trees and magical bokeh it created this time around.