The next senior of the day was Zach. He was funny and shy in front of the camera. It’s great to photograph someone with a sense of humor who tries hold it back in pictures but it shows through anyways. Love when someone can be real in front of the camera. I’m sure I have embarrassed him now. Anyways. He’s also graduating from my high school alma mater and going to LA Tech in the fall. Happy graduation and good luck at LA Tech!
It was a packed Saturday with a newborn shoot and two seniors. But I was so pleasantly surprised at how laid back Breann was and only needed the slightest bit of encouragement to come out of her shell. It was a pleasure to take her senior pictures and I hope she enjoys her last few weeks of high school at my old high school Minden High.
After an eventful start 2 weeks ago in the rain, I am very excited to show off some of her pictures. These were taken on her families farm down south. We had free roam of the land and wherever we went the cows and donkeys followed. As you can see in a few of the pics they really wanted to have their picture taken. There will be more but I couldn’t wait to show some of them. Kelsey is anticipating baby Cason’s arrival and so am I as I have bought a slew of baby boy props. Without further ado…
So another snow day in northeast Texas. I’m ready for green grass maybe some sun you know all the things I am used to shooting in. But I am getting pretty good at shooting in my ski gloves. Anyways just a couple from today as we only spent about 3o mins outside which was pretty much perfect. Lots more sessions coming in the next few weeks. And hopefully much nicer weather.
Whenever I have extra time or need marketing pieces I call M. She is so easy to photograph. I love getting back to my computer and uploading and just looking through all of them until I realize I have to make a judgement call as to which ones I like best. So for this bunch I called M in herself to pick out the ones that she loves best. Without further ado….. The Gorgeous M