A family photo session with a new baby girl and her two adorable big sisters? What's not to love?
One of my favorite things about high school senior portraits, is that many seniors are not afraid to try new ideas. Mady not only proved to be fearless, but brought a few of her own as well. Check out the gallery for some of my favorites from this really fun portrait session:
We couldn't think of a better way to start off this new season of business in our new location here in North Carolina than with this beautiful family, the Wasdens. We met in the quaint little town of Richlands, just outside of Jacksonville, NC on a gorgeous day and explored the small town for some great locations. The Wasdens are a wonderful family that we've had the honor of getting to know this year. Anyone who knows them can attest that while they are all very photogenic, pictures can barely highlight their friendly charm and warm character. We did what we could though. :-) Check them out below.
This photo session was special in a lot of ways as it was our last portrait session in Pennsylvania before we relocated to North Carolina. We feel blessed to have such wonderful clients who have supported us for almost 8 years. We will miss you all greatly, -Al and Megan
Olivia S was the coolest. I mean, it was probably 1,500,692 degrees outside with 800% humidity and she still managed to look great for her senior portraits. I on the other hand, looked pretty awful. This is why I take pictures of OTHER people. Nonetheless, Here are the pictures to prove the point.
Doing what we do, we often find ourselves inspired and excited about our clients. Katie and Steven are no exception to that rule. In fact, they have to be one of our favorite couples to work with. After photographing their engagement, and wedding, Katie and Steven wanted to have some maternity photos taken as they excitedly prepare for the first addition to their family.
This is real, people. It is such an honor to be a part of the lives of our clients in documenting these important milestones. We can't stop thanking you all for such an honor. Now, without further ado: here are a few favorites from this recent shoot:
If one could plan out the perfect scenario for weather and just an overall flow of a beautiful wedding, it might look something like this one. There are lots of images in this one, so buckle up.
It was a dark and stormy night...oh, well is was a dark and stormy day anyways. Somehow we managed to have a successful senior session without getting blown into a river or killed by a fallen tree. Thanks for being a good sport, Katie!
I love these people like they are family. Wait. They are. Lucky me then.
This is Dana. She's been a student of mine for many years. She's also very quiet and introverted. One of those statements is a complete lie.