Yes, yes I’m totally and completely behind on my blog posts. It’s been a wild ride of a summer, which is a wonderful thing. Unfortunately I’ve not been keeping up on my corresponding blog posts. But never fear, I’ve got a ton of upcoming posts for you.
If you’re a subscriber to my Facebook Page, you’ve gotten to see snippets of some of my recent work. But let’s be real, what Facebook makes up in convenience it loses in image quality. It’s famous for chewing up and spitting out images. Not to mention they’re so tiny. That’s one of the best things about having a blog. Not only to I get to natter on about my work, but the images take center stage, and they’re showed off in their best light — big!
Meet sweet, sweet little Julia. I’ve been photographing her big brother for years and years. I was bummed that I couldn’t do her newborn session, but I was on maternity leave myself because she was born just a few weeks after my daughter. Luckily, I was given the chance to photograph her later on. I might even go so far as to say I like this age even better. They’re sitting up, and their little personalities are just starting to emerge. Plus, they’re not mobile yet, so you can still do lots of fun set ups with them.
I’ll be the first to admit I often get picture envy for images I’ve taken for my clients. I wish I had the same pictures of my own children. You can put the images of Julia in the lamb hat near the top of that list for sure.
Those are precious! I absolutely love the second set in black and white with the lamb ear knit hat. Sooooooo cute!
The tones are also really lovely in the outdoor images with the suitcases. Beautiful work 😀