We had a blast with the holiday mini sessions last weekend! I hope to do another day of short and sweet sessions in the spring, so be on the look out for information a few months
down the road…
For now, I’m excited to share some cutie patooties from the fall sessions~ here’s one image to get us started. This little guy is only 10 months old but he had the modeling thing down pat! He kept his eyes on my camera the whole time I was shooting, and he had the most adorable grin to boot.
I love sending these little boxes to my clients!
This adorable girl made a visit from Pittsburgh back in October!
As you can see in the first picture, she was a little unsure about taking pictures outside when she was perfectly content back in the warm, cozy house…we still got some lovely, autmun-y outdoor shots, though! You’ve gotta love those bright October leaves.
There are more where these came from, but I had to post a couple to tide mommy and daddy over until I’m ready with the rest! We loved spending time with you, S family!!
After my cousin Mandy became engaged to Kelvin, one of my first thoughts was, we’ve GOT to take some engagement pictures!
I can’t help it, my brain thinks in terms of photography all the time and it can’t be turned off.
Mandy and I talked about taking some pictures in a field surrounded by warm, glowing, end-of-the-day light, tall grasses, and bright autumn foliage. The day of our session arrived, and when we stepped out into the pasture (yes, a cow pasture– see here
), all we had to work with was muddy grass, a depressingly dark and gloomy sky threatening to pour out rain…and two people in love.
When it comes down to it, you don’t really need glowing sunlight to see the glow in Mandy and Kelvin’s eyes. We had so much fun, and not even the cow patty I stepped in could put a damper on it.
As the late October sky darkened suddenly and WAY before we were ready to stop taking pictures, we decided to try again and have another photo shoot. These are some pictures from shoot number o; number two will follow soon! (And by the way, it was dark and cloudy for our second attempt as well– but I think the pictures turned out beautifully anyway!)