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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Frisco Children's Photographer

Beckett was back this week for an Easter Photography Session, and he brought his sweet cousins.
He was all smiles during this shoot.  What a happy boy!  

We had a time trying to pull off this image.  Beckett wanted to play with the blocks, of course!  Every time we would get the name set up, he would crash it.  This was a lucky grab.

Beckett apparently likes to stick his tongue out at my house!  His mom, Teresa, is convinced that it is just my studio!  Could be.  I'm glad I caught some good images of him without his tongue sticking out, but I think that they are the funniest thing.  Cute, cute!

And a little Easter portrait.  Thank you Easter Bunny!

Introducing Beckett's cousins, Maddison and Connor.  I told their mom that these kids should be modeling for the Penny's catalog, and it turns out she works for J.C. Penny.  Funny stuff.  They are picture perfect kids.  Some of the most photogenic, cooperative, well mannered kids that have shuffled through my studio.  
What a pleasure.

I love this one of the cousins.  Beckett chillin' with his arm on Maddison...priceless!

This is one of my favorite images that I have caught of a baby in a while.  It just seems to sum up the sweetness to me.  Thanks for sharing your kiddos with me on Easter!  Tons more to follow on the website soon.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Frisco Children's Photographer

I loved meeting princess Brookelynn during this Easter Portrait Session this week.  What a sweet girl.  She is very spirited, and we had a great time.  She even got to use my camera!  There are a lot more images where these came from; coming soon to my website.   

Her sweet "Grammer" Felicia brought her to see me.  Grammer looks like she could be Mom!

I'm having a good time again just looking at these.  Brookelynn is a real treat.  She is super active, but totally willing to try new things, and have a good time.  Loved getting to meet her.  I'm always up for a good game of "peek a boo" or Ring Around the Rosie.  Fun stuff.

DFW Senior Portrait Photographer

I got to spend some time with one of my favorite people on the planet recently during a Senior Portrait Session.  My girl Frances Beauchamp is graduating from College next month!  Frances means the world to my family, and it was an honor to be a part of helping her celebrate this momentous occasion!

Not sure I've seen prettier eyes than this girl has.  They match her spirit.  :)

I love using railroad tracks in Senior Portraits.  I think is an apropos illustration of the transition from one world to another.

You would never know by Frances' expression that my assistant and I were dodging bumble bees the size of my nose!  Impressive that we were able to catch a shot at all, much less one where the subject looks so serene!

I was falling off of the railroad tracks trying to balance for these sunset images.  Trying to get the subject in the frame and the sun in just the right spot takes work when you are standing on a balance beam!

As far as Senior Portrait Sessions go, that was sure a fun one.
Congratulations beautiful girl!  I am happy for you and proud of you.  Awesome stuff!