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Showing posts from September, 2011

My Lovely Niece

I haven’t really had much of an area to set up studio since we moved here, which is one reason I had stopped shooting senior portraits. I’ve made a few exceptions when it came to close family & friends, but the more I photograph seniors, the more I want to start offering senior sessions again. Here is my niece. I was so excited to do her pictures! She’s the oldest of the “grandchildren”, so the first to graduate, and she is a wonderful, talented girl. We decided to do the pictures at my house. I moved some furniture around, set up my backdrop stand, and voila! Studio! I believe the most important part of a portrait is the eyes... And I absolutely love hers’... They’re such an amazing shade of blue We did a few outside---love how her hair was just the right shade of golden (and the wind was perfect). She’s so beautiful! And super cute, too! I love it when she smiles! Later we headed down to the little train museum down the road A few more of my faves fr

Baby Brother!

I arrived to this little guy’s newborn session and was greeted at the door by his big brother... ...who loves him very, very much. Baby brother was just as sweet--not quite 3 weeks old! He was actually quite awake and alert during this session He dozed off a few times But I think he mostly didn’t want to miss a thing. (Don’t you just love that soft, soft newborn hair?) Sleep tight, little sweetie.