Another edition of Friday Favorites! I’m still working to catch up on sharing some of the great photo sessions from earlier this spring, but we’re getting closer!
First up, is an adorable little 9 month old who is definitely on the move! It’s been so fun watching this little cutie grow up over the past year, and I was so happy to catch some of his adorable smiles.
Next up, is a kiddo that I’ve photographed for several years. Momma always lets her two boys each have their own session right around their birthday in order to capture their personalities. I love how she tailors each session around the interests of her sons at their age.
Once kiddos reach school age, I see a lot of families drop their yearly photos for whatever reason. I can only guess that it’s due to crazy schedules, or maybe school and sports photos perhaps replace the custom sessions, or maybe it’s just the awkward elementary school age, etc.
But I think it’s so important to capture photos of what your child is into at that age because life goes by so fast…and suddenly they’re in middle school…high school…then it’s senior photo time!
Big props to this momma for making it a priority every year.
We met up at their house to get some photos in his room, which was awesome because it was totally a typical 8-year old’s messy room (love it!). Then, we headed out with his bike on the trail near their house.
Next up is a senior session.
Now, I haven’t officially made any sort of announcement, but I am no longer offering senior photography except to existing clients.
I quietly took that off my website when it was refreshed…you may or may not have noticed.
I love seniors…they’re so vibrant and fun to work with. But, my strengths lie in working with families, kids and weddings, so I’ve made the decision to narrow my focus just a bit.
That said, my brother’s girlfriend is graduating from Stephens College in just a couple of weeks, so I definitely had to capture that memory for her. We had a super fun time exploring the campus, and then heading over to Capen Park with her doggie.
Here are my favorites:
My super cute brother tagged along as the official dog wrangler, so he snuck in for a couple of shots at the end.
I definitely teased him about not coordinating with her and choosing a mismatched striped shirt.
Clearly, he didn’t read my “What to Wear” guide.
And the next session to share is another senior session. This session was a carryover from fall, where we had the unfortunate coincidence of encountering terrible weather and schedule conflicts throughout most of the fall months.
After another rainy session date in early December, we decided to just wait until spring to get this one in. Glad we did. It turned out to be a great day!