Thursday, March 25, 2010

Spring...A Young Family... And Mr. Blue Eyes

I can not tell you how excited I am to share these images with you. They are some of my favorite images ever! Remember to click on any of the images to see them up close. I love shoots with babies around 7 months old. They still have all of those chubby baby parts.... bright inquisitive eyes.... and they can't get away from me!This little guy had the MOST amazing eyes.
He was taking a snooze when I arrived, so his parents and I took the opportunity to get some great shots of them. It is important to remember the parents and their own relationship even after kiddos introduced to the family.What a beautiful couple. I love this shot!I bet you can tell where this cutie got his eyes now!!!Now... back to Mr. Blue Eyes.... these shoots are so important to me... I love capturing all of the personality and parts of a little one at this age. It seems like they can change over night, and we never want to forget exactly how they were this day. We want to remember their soft skin and those beautiful lashes...All of those rolls... Love 'em!Or these cute piggies...their inquisitive minds (he almost got me!)...the determination...The love of a pacifier...and the pain when the pacifier has gone missing.
Ahhh.... now really.... how cute is this?!?!We were so lucky to get some amazing shots of both parents with Mr. Blue Eyes as well...

What an honor it was for me to do this photo shoot. I want to thank Mr. Blue Eyes and his parents for welcoming me into their home and for allowing me to share these amazing images with all of you. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
Happy Spring!

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Spring is here... only a couple more months for seniors!

It is officially spring, and the weather here has been AMAZING! I love the warm sun and cool air of spring. Other than the allergies, I have nothing to complain about! Spring time also brings an exciting time for many high school seniors. Only a few months to go and a totally new chapter of life begins. I remember those days.... it was so much fun!

Meet Scott.Last weekend I had the opportunity to do Scott's senior portrait session. I really like this next image, just click on it to get a closer view. He was a great sport! Scott, as well as most 18 year old guys, was not totally thrilled with the idea of spending 2 hours in a park with his mom and a photographer... but after a few minutes we were just having fun and it felt like we were just hanging out. We were at Green River Community College for this shoot. It gave us a great variety for settings, and it was quite fitting because Scott will be attending this school in the fall.I love that shot in his letterman's jacket, but I also like the older vintage look of the next image.We walked through the campus... hiked in the woods, and even trespassed in a couple of great fields to get some really fun images. All of the images are not quite ready yet, but I really wanted to give Scott and his family a preview of some of my favorites from our day.Scott... thank you for a great day, and good luck to you as you look forward to this exciting time in your life.