The perfect little model. She came, she slept, she posed, she was perfect. Her mommy had some ideas and props she wanted to use for the session, so I did my best to incorporate them. Enjoy looking at some newborn cuteness.
Bobby's mom came to me and wanted senior pictures of her son. She knew he was going to be reluctant to get his photo taken, so she chose the "doing it for my mom" senior session option. The shoot was only 1 hour and let me just say, Bobby didn't complain once. He was such a good sport. We got great photos for his momma to treasure and give to family and friends. This is a small preview of his gallery. of what his momma will be getting.
I traveled to Rowyn's home to capture her newborn pictures. Since I was at her home I was not only able to capture the stylized newborn pictures that I normally do, but also some lifestyle newborn. She was an adorable baby girl with lots of squish at 14 days new. Her family, including the dog, are completely smitten with her. Enjoy this little snippet of her home session.
I take a lot of pictures of newborns, its a new chapter to our lives as parents. But seniors, well it's officially the last year our children will be under our roof, the whole year. It's like the last picture of our babies before they head out into the big world. Whether its college or a full time job, that leads to their own apartment. It's essentially the last year they will be living at home year round. This is why senior photos are so important, especially to mommas
Brynlee traveled close to 45 minutes to get her photos done. She was an adorable baby girl and so relaxed. After she fell asleep, in her milk coma, we were able to pose her every which way. Her momma didn't have a color preference, so we used almost every color in the rainbow. The white and yellow blanket was knit by Brynlee's great grandmother for her daddy when he was a baby. That photo will be such a great memory for the family. It was such a fun sesssion. I can't w