Sarah and I met at Kinderfarm Park to capture some portraits of her sweet little 18 month old. He is all boy and was loving the dirt and grass. I love this age because you just let them be and follow them and they will give you some pretty awesome chances for images.
This adorable little lady’s mom contacted me through a referral….
Ann and I met at Brookside Gardens and let little J lead us around the park. She has an infectious smile and we had so much fun!
Thanks Ann…I really hope you enjoy these!
Oh, and from now on I am going to have all Moms (and/or Dads) get in at least ONE picture with their kids….we NEVER seem to do that but our children will be so grateful they have the memories when they are older.
OK, so I’m one of those photographers that is CONSTANTLY looking for cool places to shoot. I must see 1 or 2 every time I venture out in the car to the store, to drop the kids somewhere, anywhere. I always wish I could pull over right then and there and shoot something there, lol.
This location I used for my minis was one of those places. I had discovered it almost 2 years ago but had never used it for anything. When I finally purchased the yellow chair I was obsessing about on Craigslist, I started looking for places to put it for some cool images. I remembered this spot. The flowers hadn’t been there when I had first seen it but when I drove by recently, it had blossomed all these gorgeous yellow wildflowers. I couldn’t WAIT to bring my chair over! (sounds crazy, I know)
So, of course, my poor daughter got swindled into going over there one nice afternoon and helped me carry the chair and so graciously, lol, not, modeled for me.
Anyhow, I think this is one of my favorite spots so far. The flowers have long since faded but the pretty grass is still there…
These are some images from my 2 mini sessions I shot there.
I’ve been really bad…it’s been a LONG time since I have blogged and I want to change that.
This is Beth and her family. Beth and her husband won this session at the silent auction at my daughter’s school. Beth told me that her hubby hovered around the table of the auction at the end to make sure that they had the highest bid. That is just so cool and makes me smile BIG!!!
So we met at this awesome field I found that has awesome grasses and yellow flowers and an old mansion (I’ll be posting more about that spot later)
We had a fabulous time frolicking through the field…well, I frolicked and they just laughed at me, lol. (But that makes great pictures!!)
Check them out….
Thanks Beth! It was a lot of fun and I hope you enjoy them!
Candice first contacted me about doing a family portrait for her extended family who was going to be coming in from out of state. There were going to be 18 of them! (wow, I said!)
We met on the grounds of the Naval Academy because her husband had graduated from there. I knew there were lots of areas for portraits of groups that large as well.
So I met Candice and her family, some of which were here from Virginia and California, and we walked around the grounds. It was a really, really cold day so we limited our outdoor pictures and opted for the warmth and beautiful space of Bancroft Hall.