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A few months ago I had the pleasure of working with newborn twins. They were born early, like so many sets of multiples are, but were thankfully in good health. When we did their newborn session they were so sleepy and frail, it was stressful to handle and pose them!
Fast forward three months and their mom contacted me to do their three month photos. Wait, what? Three months? ALREADY? Actually almost four. It's amazing how time flies. I had so much fun working with these little princesses again - and it was so much less stressful than when they were brand new! Their little smiles and giggles were so sweet, and their gorgeous mommy jumped in for a quick snap with her girls, too! Favorites from this and other sessions can be found on my "Kid's Photo Portfolio" page. Click HERE to schedule your session! Blessings!
If you've ever booked a session with me, you probably remember me asking you the following question: "Are you envisioning something natural or architectural?" The answer to this question literally cuts in half the time I will spend torturing you with questions regarding your preference for location. The answer to this question instantly tells me the time of day we'll be able to work, the style of posing I'll shoot for, and the backup plan I'll need, should there be any issues with weather. "Oh, definitely natural", this groom said in his intriguing British accent when I asked them about their vision for location. See, he's a zookeeper and a nature lover. How out of place would he have looked posing on the steps of an old gothic-style library or something? And this bride, with her GORGEOUS red hair and freckles - I had to find them a great spot that would reflect their style and personality. This spot was highly recommended to be by a colleague, but I hadn't yet found the right client to take there. It had been in my mental reserve for a few months when it came time to schedule this engagement session, and I was thrilled to finally get to use it. There is so much I love about this session, it was a fun experience and an opportunity to really get to know this couple before their autumn wedding. I can't wait to work with them again. See favorites from this and other engagement sessions on my "Engagement Photo Portfolio" page. Click HERE to schedule your bridal consultation. Blessings!