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KIDS

In the Gym

My son plays travel basketball so this summer I’ve challenged myself to working at getting better at sports photography. I was even super lucky to be a photographer for Under Armour during one of their UAA Future Tournaments.

I’ve learned a few things…One is that I can’t yell at the refs AND take photos at the same time.  The refs prefer me snapping photos, because I LOVE yelling at the refs.  Another thing I know is that lighting in gyms is horrific and I could use a few thousand dollars worth of new equipment (a girl can dream).

It’s been fun, and I’m still working at it…What’s something that you are loving doing this summer?

 

BRIDAL, WEDDINGS

He Loves This Girl.

I love brides who are so in love they just want to get married. In their hearts, the wedding is just a step toward being with their forever person. Simple + beautiful.  This couple was exactly that. The church was beautiful, but never as beautiful as this bride–especially the way she smiles at him. I loved being part of their super special day.  It made me giddy for weeks.

KIDS

Littles Rule My World

There is nothing greater than chasing a toddler around with my camera.  I love. love .love. taking photos of chubby fingers and smooshy cheeks.

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Let me spend some time with you and your newly walking toddler, or your almost in kinder 4 year old.  We will have so much fun at the park or even in your backyard.

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For September, you can get a mini-session with me for only $90. We will hang out for about 20 minutes (littles are pretty much done with the camera by then). You will get 8 digital images and a print release.

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Contact me today to book your session.  Don’t miss out on this great price! (look at those little toes)

 

 

FAMILY

|THREE| SENIORS

Yes! I said three seniors graduating from high school.  My heart is rumbling with just ONE of mine graduating, I would not imagine how to get through THREE.  It’s safe to say that mom is more #done than they are.

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These kids laughed, and were sassy and teased each other, all while negotiating where to go to lunch with mom.  Red Lobster may have been suggested.  Which, after a few hours of changing and taking photos and hiking through woods and wrestling with balloons, these kids deserved a good meal…I’m pretty certain they ended up at Cane’s!

I loved talking to them about their interests and their future, and all the unknowns that come with trying to put it all together. Seniors truly are the best, and these THREE, well, they are absolutely fabulous!