Or, Sunday, part one…
Jude and Evelyn are adorable little cuties. At an age that is really one of the hardest to capture effectively we came away with some AWESOME photos (surprise mom!). Oh, yeah, and I SO wish I had a recording of Evie’s laugh to share with you. It was so genuine and, well, a true belly-laugh. Made my day 🙂
I just have to note, I did not Photoshop these beautiful eyes…they are the real deal!
Oh, the doe eyes! Need I say more?
Beautiful, sweet girl!
4 down, 3 to go and then it’s giveaway time!
The third family I met with for a mini session last weekend is a family of four. Kids, that is. Still a lightning fast session and we got everyone in with a sweet grin 🙂 In a way, more kids is a little less intense for each of the kids…they get a break while the others are being focused on.
Remember, when we get to the end of this string of minis there will be a GIVEAWAY! We’re on 3 out of 7…keep tuning in 🙂
Welcome to Day Two. 🙂
I photographed 7 families during this minis session, so we have a few days ahead of us. That said, I may have to do some double posting over the weekend…I know these folks are excited to get their photos!
K & K are just doll children (the eyes! they eyes!). You may remember big sister from earlier this year. She’s all grown up now with her rockin’ pixie cut (I TOTALLY approve :-). Enjoy!
It took months for me to get together with this lovely family, and I am so glad it finally worked out! Amber is such a photogenic little girl and this age – when they have ideas of what would be neat to see in a picture and get involved – is so fun.
We tooled around a couple blocks in Barrio Viejo and Barrio Santa Rosa. I love shooting in this location because there is something new and interesting around every corner!
Here’s a sneak peek from our session…
Three beautiful girls + a gorgeous day at the park = fun times and great family photos!
I’m pretty sure that’s all I need to say about that!
Another beautiful family that I met with last weekend for some annual holiday shots. Well, not specifically holiday, but one of their photographs is destined for a holiday card 🙂
These boys were fun (and tiring!) to run around with for an hour. I now have a much better idea of what awaits me just a few short years from now! I also still have sore quads. Being a children’s photographer is a GREAT workout!
Thanks to Mom and Dad for being so patient. I know it often seems during a session like no one is cooperating and we aren’t getting ANYTHING. I hope this puts your mind at ease!