Cayle and her daughter met me at Cedarock Park in Burlington. This area is very quaint and has terrific lighting.
This day in Chapel Hill was VERY COLD. These girls were the very definition of the word “trooper”. They braved the wind and temperature for us to get these and more shots. I cannot wait to work with them in fairer temperatures.
I’ve been lucky enough to be with the “M” family during lots of milestones. Christmas, birthdays and christenings are just a few of the events I was able to capture for them.
Wow. I haven’t blogged in so long! This was a swell session with the “R” family. These were taken right at the end of fall of last year. We still had lots of leaves to play with.
Above: Yeah I really have become a fan of this viewpoint style image.
Above and Below: Sometimes it’s best to stop posing and photograph families being families.
Above: Their Christmas image. Thanks you all!
This fella just oozes cool. Especially when he access to a hat. And when the black ants came out, he kept it together while dad brushed him off!
Welcome to the world Maddie!
Above and Below: Her father is an Atlanta Braves and Carolina Panthers fan. Luckily we were able to incorporate them into her session.
Above: One of Maddie’s cousins paid her a visit during the shoot.
Thanks to her mom and dad for letting me work with her. 🙂
I had a blast with these two guys and their mom this afternoon. We hung out in some of the alleys between the businesses on Main Street in Hamlet, NC. We then the train tracks and depot. See that fella on the left? He is all about some trains. Since we were not able to get on the train display at the depot, we hopped over to Hamlet Lake to play on the caboose. Thanks for a great time!
A big thanks goes out to the staff of the train depot in Hamlet, NC. They were very accommodating about letting us in after closing hours to take a few photos. The bench in the image below is special to this mother and son as their family sponsored it.
Above: Absolutely love when the eyes match the wardrobe!
Above: This image of his mother was actually an out take. I enjoyed it so much, it became one of my favorites.
The quilt below them was knitted by her grandmother and made for a perfect picnic spread.
There was never any arguing between them. It was very refreshing to see such a comfortable relationship between a mother and child.
These two were a pleasure to photograph. They both maintained positive energy throughout the shoot. Either together or separately they kept it up! Talk about CUTE!
The boys in this family were some of the most enthusiastic kids I have ever worked with. It makes shooting so much more fun!