I love repeat clients because I get to see how big the babies get! Baby Jasiah below started walking at 9 months and was a joy to photograph. Below is a summer photo of him as a 1 year old with big sister Isis!
I couldn’t wait to do their fall photos. Here’s how big they are this fall!
When Zina saw their photos, she left me a lovely email saying, “Thank you so much!! I almost cried going through the pictures, we had fun! You captured so many loving wonderful moments! Please feel free to share any pictures you take, I can’t wait for our next session. I’m one happy mama! thanks again!”
I love watching Zina play with her children and their enthusiastic expressions. Below are a few from our fall session! I will be sharing a few more clients’ images soon!
“Autumn…the year’s last, loveliest smile.”
― William Cullen Bryant
Here are some photos of Jackie’s & Sam’s fall photosession! The weather was beautiful and I really enjoyed spending time with this little family. We managed to get a few photos by the lake and fence, and then right as we were wrapping up, we spotted a red wall with a flowery vine that worked as a gorgeous backdrop especially since the girls had pretty flower hairbands! I love the curiosity of children in nature and how they gleefully gaze at ducks on the lake (this was Trinity – the toddler – in this session!). Trinity had her eyes fixed on the lake and ducks so I climbed over a fence so I could capture her expressions and natural admiration of the world around her!
Baby Milan was sweet and smiley throughout and Jackie’s mother came to assist with making the little ones smile and managed to persuade her to get a few photos of herself as well!
“I think my mom put it best. She said, ‘Little girls soften their daddy’s hearts.'” – Paul Walker
I was excited to photograph Yasmin, Ammar, Zain and baby sister Nooriya, and during my favorite season autumn. I enjoyed seeing the family interact with their newest family member Nooriya. Babies grow so fast, so I’m happy we got some of Nooriya while she is still small. Here are a few of my faves below (I loved their outfits especially Zain & Ammar’s elbow patches!) … looking forward to photographing this beautiful family soon again!
When I was taking this photo, a passerby told me I should take a photo facing the lighting, but I wanted the photo against the lighting to get this glowy effect.
So another passer-by asked why Nooriya was crying ~ babies cry because that’s what they do! Babies cry and they cry loudly whether they’re 20 feet away from you or 20 inches away from you. Ammar’s expression with Nooriya is priceless!
Haven’t done a slideshow in a while, here are the images below!