Last weekend, I was able to do some family photos of my oldest brother, and my adorable niece and nephew at the Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse. It was such a good day, and so much fun to not only spend some time with my family, but also get the chance to finally take some photos of the kiddos with my big brother! Between the tears from multiple diggers taken by Zachie, and the bribes of ice cream to get Jasmine to do just a few more photos (which doesn’t make sense, because the kids normally LOVE to have their photos taken when I have my camera out), we were able to capture some really amazing shots! Take a peek :]
This is his scary face :]
“Auntie, take a picture of this puddle with our feet!”
Oh to be a kid again!
I can’t wait for Jack and the kids to see their photos! I had a blast working on them :]
Let me just start off by saying that while I was editing these photos, I was falling in love with them! Kate and Brian are such an adorable, fun, couple! We had such a good time shooting their photos at the Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse, despite the sunburn I left with :] I had never been there before, and never knew it existed until Kate suggested doing the photos there! I am thrilled that we ended up there because it is such a beautiful, and different, location, and we could not have asked for better weather that day, since we had to reschedule once due to torrential downpours! I am beyond excited for this awesome couple to receive their images. But for now, here are some more sneak peeks! Enjoy!
Easily one of my favorites! I have many from this shoot!
I have the greatest friends in the world. They continually let me practice on them, and they always find some way to put their photos to use, so that it benefits us both! Me and Dubes had so much fun doing these photos, on such a gorgeous day! We started off at a local playground, which set our inner child free at certain points. Then we moved on to an abandoned, half torn down, fenced in building. It was massive! We wanted SO badly to be on the other side of the fence, despite the potential dangers that would be waiting for us, I’m sure. If there were not so many cars and joggers, we would have most likely rolled under an opening in the fence :] Anyway, the building had such character, and it is where Dubes worked so hard to give me one of the shots that I’ve been dying to perfect — the “two hands on face” shot. haha. Anyway, she’s gorgeous, so the photos are naturally beautiful! Look for yourself :]
Last week, I had so much fun taking photos of a gorgeous little girl to mark her six months! I’ve known her mother for quite some time now, and I was so glad that she asked me to do some photos of Miss. Lyla, and get some family photos! I was pretty nervous before I arrived at their house since I haven’t done many photos with children under the age of two, but I was so impressed with how well Lyla did and that she was able to handle doing some family shots at the end! Throughout the shoot, we made several jokes (with quite a bit of truth to them) about how pretty she is, and that when she gets older, her daddy is going to be cleaning the guns when the boys come to visit! Needless to say, my nerves were quickly washed away. We weren’t able to take a ton of family photos due to a worn out little girl, but we captured the most important part of this shoot — Lyla, and the love her parents have for each other and their daughter! Take a look at some more sneak peeks!
Her eyes are SO pretty!
Her two little teeth are super adorable :]
Just snacking on her feet. No big deal.
So many cute bows and ruffle butts!
Oooh, they still got it! :p
I am so glad I was able to do this for them, and I’m so excited for them to see the rest of their photos!