You guys. It's September. Despite the fact that it's still a million degrees outside, this makes me soooo happy. Fall is by far my favorite time of year both personally and professionally. Sweaters, hot coffee, all things pumpkin, and photographing new and old clients for their holiday portraits makes for a fun time of year. Have you thought about scheduling your session yet? It's timmmmmme!
While you're mulling over fall portrait outfit ideas and location options take some inspiration from this awesome family. They've graced my website multiple times and they always look awesome and come ready to have fun. Their girls are quirky and adorable and so fun to photograph as they get older and become more and more themselves. Olivia is more serious and reserved... until she isn't. Then she's as silly as they come. And miss Ella is a goofball with a super lovey streak. They're always happy to give each other a hug and cheese it up for the camera. I always leave their photo shoots excited to download the photos and ogle their cuteness.
These two and their rain. They always bring it along to their photo shoots... we weren't even safe in July! Luckily they randomly keep umbrellas in their car and have great attitudes :)
I finally got sweet little Rylynn in front of my camera! She was so sweet and cuddly and chubby and I just wanted to hold her all day. Even Harvey was smitten with her and gave her a few 'hugs' by laying his head on her belly.
This is the first shoot I've done in my new place and think the light and the gray walls and couch played so nicely together. I think I may offer it as an option to those that don't have a good space (i.e. natural light) for newborn photos at their home.
On to the photos! Jenny wanted to try and capture Rylynn's littleness and hoped to create photos that felt like a newborn session. Though Rylynn was well past the 10 days old mark, she did amazing and slept like a champ when we needed her to and smiled like crazy when I called her name. I love when a baby is on the same page as me!
These guys. I love them to pieces. They've been in front of my camera every year since Roman was growing in his Mama's belly... I love seeing families grow up :)