I have to hand it to a high-schooler who is willing to wake up early on their summer break for pictures. Actually, Alexa is the first client ever that was willing to come out before 9 AM and I’m so glad she did because the morning light was worth it!
We were scheduled to take her pictures in October, but we got rained out twice that month. Turns out December ended up having better weather this year. Sarah got a beautiful sunny day for her pictures this month. It was a lovely day to walk around Brandywine Falls and I learned that she wants to study criminal justice, with hopes of going into the FBI someday. As soon as she told me that I thought she was super cool:)
I’m getting pretty behind on blogging my client sessions, but I wanted to get a preview up for Daniel and his family. Wishing him a great senior year!
I don’t know about all of you, but I am really looking forward to Fall weather. Man it’s toasty out there! With fall, comes a rush of families wanting pictures taken for Christmas cards. I only have a couple openings left in August, so if you know you want pictures taken in September or October please contact me to make sure we can schedule a session. As for seniors, my Saturdays are already booking up in September. I know once school starts everyone’s schedules get a little crazy, so don’t wait to book your session.
Now, onto more fun things…like cute little boys with bright blue eyes and a lot of energy!
I absolutely love photographing Kristen. She is a natural in front of the camera and her brown eyes are so beautiful and so fierce at the same time. Kristen is always up for anything and has creative ideas of her own as well. Thanks for such a fun session, Kristen!
After rescheduling two times because of rain last weekend, the weather finally showed up for Kayla’s senior session. I had so much fun with her and her mom, walking around and talking. Kayla is an incredibly sweet, young lady and as you can tell from her pictures, simply beautiful.
Last Saturday I had so much fun shooting these senior pics. This day was all about Nicole (a.k.a. Coley) and we were not going to let the frigid air keep her from that. When my fingers felt numb, all I had to do was look at her keeping it all together in her one shoulder prom dress. Seriously, I could have been a real whiner, but this girl was tough and that was enough to keep me shooting:) And I must say, she looked beautiful.
Dodging rain drops is never an ideal situation for a shoot, but sometimes it happens and you go with it. Despite the intermittent rain, we were able to get some great shots of Alex. He graduates this spring and is heading to Africa in the fall to help/tutor students there. So cool!
Caitlin is going to be a senior at St. Vincent’s next year. She picked the perfect place to have her pictures taken and she looked beautiful. The only unfortunate thing was the hot, sticky humidity. The poor girl was sweating the whole time, but you can’t tell. In fact, she still had one more outfit change, but by the end she was too worn out. She worked hard that evening, but I think it more than paid off because she looks amazing in her pictures. Thanks for a fun time, Caitlin!