I met this handsome, sweet guy during his fresh 48 session, then saw him again a week later for his lifestyle newborn session. His doting big sister couldn’t have been more enamored, and I’m pretty sure that his big brother can’t wait to play 🙂 Mom and Dad seemed to be settling into being a family of five like old pros.
Welcome, friends! I am back after a week off for family travel. I wish I could say I was all caught up, but I’m really not. So, instead of posting a an extra week, I’m just sharing one 🙂 Here’s week 39, days 267-273 of my project 365. I was inspired by my family, the spring light, and everyday beauty this week. I’m still joining my and then we snapped photographer friends from around the globe for our weekly 365 blog circle. This week, I link to Annie of Annie along for the Ride. Thanks for looking, and remember to check out what the talented Annie snapped this week!
Welcome! I’m sharing a lot of portrait work this week. I was inspired by different lenses, and by light and emotion. Iplayed with the lens baby edge 80, and, since I added a zoom lens back into my camera bag, I played with that too. Here we goooo, sharing week 38, March 21-28. I have less than 100 days of daily shooting left! Wow! Also, I’m still participating in the and then we snapped blog circle with my awesome and talented friends. I link to Sarah Ann Photography this week. I am so inspired by hew work recently! Go check it out 🙂 260|365: When it was too cold to bike outside, so you took a spin in the garage (edge 80). 261|365: When you were a cat. 262|365: When you were Cinderella. 263|365: When your kid puts on pearls, poses, and asks you to photograph her, you do it. 264|365: When I found you playing legos….like this. 265|365: (only 100 days to goooooo!) When you were playing nicely together. 266|365: When we chased the light together. Remember to head over and see what Sarah snapped this week!
Welcome back to my photo-a-day project! This week I found much of my inspiration from sunlight and the outdoors with another week with spring-like temps. My girls had some fun outdoor adventures, but unfortunately there was one adventure that resulted in x-rays 🙁
I am thrilled to be offering Fresh 48 sessions. There is something about capturing those honest emotions of new parents, and the fresh details and brand new movements of little ones. Contact me for more information, or to get on the schedule! I met baby B when she was just one day new for a Fresh 48 session, then visited her again in her home about a week later for a lifestyle newborn session. It is just amazing how much can change in just one week of a newborn’s life! Here are a few of my most favorite images from Baby B’s Fresh 48 and Lifestyle Newborn sessions. And, before you go, I’m excited to share that I’m now a part of a new blog circle of lifestyle newborn photographers. Their work is so full of inspiration! I link to the talented Lucy Baber. You can see Lucy’s lifestyle newborn session here, then follow the circle to see more squishy baby goodness 🙂
I’m back to share another week in photos! If I’m being honest, I have wanted to throw in the towel so many times on this project…like when I was overwhelmed with sessions, when I was feeling discouraged about my work (several times over), when I forgot to shoot for a few days in-a-row (also several times over), and even now, when the shorter days and bitter cold have made shooting outside extremely challenging.
Hello there! I’m so glad you’re back to check out another week of my 365 project! I’m sharing images from the first week of February. This week, I continued to work on capturing details, while being conscious of pulling back and providing sufficient context in my images.