Just stopping in to share some of my own kids in their Christmas best! We decked them out in blue and rushed to our spot to catch that yummy golden light that only happens just before sunset.
I love this adorable family! This is the second year I have photographed them and they are one of only a few who take me up on my early morning session hours It’s amazing how happy and chipper these little ladies are just an hour after sunrise. And you can’t deny the beauty of early morning light! H family, it’s always a pleasure working with you! Oh, and lets all give mom some credit for styling the family so well!
Chalkboard Mini Sessions are here! We don’t normally do child sessions in the studio, however after posting these pictures (of my own kiddos) on my personal Facebook page I got so many inquiries about people wanting to have this done with their children, that I decided to offer one day of mini sessions. Mini sessions will take place on Saturday, November 17th. Appointments will start at 9am and will be in 20 minute increments until 2pm. The cost is $60 ($50 for each additional child) and this will include 3 digital images on a disc (6 images for 2 children, etc.) One of the three images will include a “favorites” list. This mini session is for any child ages 3 months and up. To snag your spot please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I can’t believe I forgot to share this session with you! For my son’s two year session back in March I decided to do a paint session. He’s a spunky little guy and I though paint would get him to stay put a little better than just trying to get him to look at me and smile, and boy was I right! He loved every minute of this session, and I did too!
I normally only shoot studio sessions for babies up to the age of 12 months, however this little paint session was so much fun that I would love to do it again with your little guy or gal! Email me at email@example.com if you are interested in a Paint Mini Session!
This week’s Project 52 theme was “work.” So for my submission to the Lancaster County Meet Up Group’s weekly photo pool I chose to take my daughter out and photograph her. Two of my jobs together. Being a mom and a photographer. The “work” part comes in every time I combined these two jobs. My daughter has a horrible case of “Photographer’s Child Syndrome.” Everytime the camera comes out she looks a little something like this…
But then she decided to cooperate for just a few shots. I think she secretly even had a little bit of fun
This week’s theme for the 52 week project I am participating in with the Lancaster Meet Up group is “fools.” Really, there are two fools here. My son who is acting like a fool and me, thinking that dressing them all up would make them actually put their arms around each other, look at me and smile. They have got “photographer’s child syndrome” bad!
In reality I did get some shots with good cooperation (these two will do anything for chocolate.) I will share those with you as soon as I am done editing the session!