Chelsea was an amazing mama to be! She was a trooper hiking more than a mile into the woods, in the heat, to take these photographs, without one single complaint. I absolutely enjoyed meeting her and cannot WAIT to see her little man make his entrance into the world!
I had such a great time photographing this one year old beauty. Thank you for such a wonderful session.
So day 2 of the photo project was actually today and when I saw the title “what are you wearing today?” I automatically thought of my cool new cowgirl boots. For those of you who really know me, i’m a country gal at heart! so what better to photograph than my boots!
I know I have been soooooo out of touch with this whole blog thing. I am often times busy with portraits, editing, family obligations and running my kids around from sport to sport. I do promise to get better at blogging! So just for a little bit of fun outside of portrait photography, I thought I would embark on a 30 day photo project. The subjects were predetermined, I honestly just found a 30 day suggestion online. This was yesterdays topic “self portriat”
Pam Medina of The Yoga Lily in Clifton Park is just fabulous! Her bright cheery attitude and gratitude for life is contagious. I had the amazing opportunity to photograph a class she taught this weekend. For more photos and information on The Yoga Lily visit http://www.theyogalily.com
Typically I like to photograph newborns around 4-10 days of life. This is when they are most sleepy, cuddly and you can typically get those adorable curled up poses. I then wait to photograph babies again when they are about 4 months when they begin to hold up their heads, lay on their bellies and smile. James broke the rules with this session! He was 4 weeks old and just a WONDERFUL baby to work with. Thank you James for a wonderful session.