Fall and Spring are my favorite times of the year! I love how this composite fall newborn photo came out! I’m not a huge fan of extensive photoshopping, but I took the photo of the baby inside the house, and then a photo of the same basket in a pile of leave, and then mixed the two photos together. It saved me all the mess of bringing those leaves inside!
How sweet is this? The amazing thing is that this was a transition shot, I was actually positing the baby into the next shot and I saw the way her sweet face was in her mother’s hand and I just had to capture it!
Newborns are just a total miracle. If you or someone you know is considering a newborn session make sure you book it before your baby is born! There is a very short window of time after they are born to capture sweet asleep shots!
I had such a nice session with this sweet little one! My client asked if we could somehow include her mantilla lace wedding veil. We did a few shots earlier in the session using the veil as a drape with a basket, but at the very end of the session suggested we drape it over her and just see how it looked, since she was sleeping so well for us at that point. This is the resulting shot, it’s so ironic that it was like a “bonus” afterthought and it ended up being such a gem. It brings tears to my eyes…babies are such a beautiful gift.
This session was so unique because we did it at the location where this couple were married, 6 years ago. The received special permission from Bonnet Island and we had a blast taking their three-year-old son to all special and beautiful spots there!
This family got SO lucky with the weather! Before we did RJ’s cake smash studio session we wanted to do some outdoor family photos. We almost didn’t get to do them but got very lucky. It poured right before their session, cleared up in time for the session and then rained again right when we were finished! We were the ONLY people on the beach. It was fantastic, and the clouds look amazing because of the storms coming and going.