Calvin wasn’t feeling his 4 Year Portrait Session so we started with a little reading session to warm up. Then he showed me a bunch of his pose ideas and after some fun and playing around he was ready to give some smiles! Even though it took some time the results were sweet. Calvin’s personality came through and that really is the best.
Last year upon finding out I was pregnant, I decided we’d do a family photo session every holiday season. It’s the perfect time of year for it, as you already are in need of photos for holiday cards. Plus it helps make sure you have nice photos taken as a family at least once a year.
This year I decided I’d do the photos in our living room. It was cold out by the time I was ready to do the portraits and something cozy and warm was in order to keep Odette from freezing outside in her holiday dress. Next year I think I’ll plan our outfits to be outdoor appropriate. With a tripod and lots of help from my husband, we captured some photos of Odette and our family!
Meagan and Cameron’s Buffalo wedding brought classic elegance to a backyard setting. Fixtures such as the personalized wooden ceremony backdrop, DIYed by the bride, and the huge white reception tent made this backyard wedding feel grander. Yet DIY details let the couple’s carefree and fun personalities and their unique styles show through. All together it created the exact blend the bride desired of traditional elements, like her dream wedding dress, and rustic elements of being outdoors and laid back.
The day was filled with laughter and smiles and it was a wonderful capturing sincere moments all day long. It was clear everyone was having a good time, it really showed.