Such a providentially appointed site for a family photo shoot! It is the oldest bridge in South Carolina…said to be haunted! It was a perfect setting for an extended family shoot. Such gorgeousness! We don’t get to see our Greenville family very often and those little guys keep getting bigger and bigger. I have to capture pictures every time I have an opportunity! There are a few from our walk to River Walk as well. It has been so long, everybody was sure ready….well, almost everybody! LOL Enjoy the pics!
I have found that I very much enjoy capturing images of seniors in high school! This is new for me as I normally take pictures of children and families. These “kids” – soon to be adults are so much fun to be with and so very cooperative. Hannah will be graduating in June. I was so happy to be able to capture images of her during her last year in high school. Looking forward to what next year has for her as she embarks on what the Lord has for her as she begins the next chapter — that of college. Enjoy your images, Hannah!
All I can say is Wow! That this young man, who just yesterday was a little boy, is graduating from High School pretty soon! He was such an easy guy to direct and photograph the other day. In just 60 minutes we captured so many images. The best compliment I received in a while – this photo session was a lot more fun than I thought it would be! Samuel, I wish you all the best in your future endeavors. Enjoy your images – I think Mom will have a tough time choosing, I know I would.
The most wonderful time of the year! School has begun once again. Where did the summer go? Since Owen was starting first grade, I started taking back-to-school pictures at the beginning of school. It is enjoyable to go and look back at how little the kids were when starting different grades. I do like these so much better than the normal school pictures that they take at school.
I enjoy personalizing them with little school momentos I have around my house. I use different desks that I have, one being one my mother would have sat in when she was in elementary school, and another I have had for some time sitting around my house. Every year I try to change up some of the props to make them interesting.
This year there were three here locally who went to school. I had such a good time recording their pictures for the year! School-aged children are so much fun. These guys are so used to Mimi clicking pics of them, they know right what to do, even little Padraig gets it!
Perhaps you might be interested in having some unique school pictures of your children or grandchildren. I am running a special right now…check out my business page on Facebook and send me a message or email. I would love to make an appointment for you! Here is a collection of images that I have taken for the last three years.
Recently our family gathered in Ohio to celebrate my FIL 90th birthday. He was born on the fourth of July. As hot as it is in Ohio in July, I can only imagine how uncomfortable his mother was that day as they went for a buggy ride. He was born at home on the farm.
I love theme parties. It was Mary
Jo’s idea that we all dress up and decorate for the fourth of July. Everyone had such a great time together, celebrating and honoring Dad. We could help but get a few portraits as well, which for me is something I love to do. There are a few really interesting scenarios for several portraits this year. See if you can catch them!
For the whole time I have known Susan, I have known her to be a beautiful person, inside and out! She was so gracious to give me an hour to experiment with some indoor lighting , so I would be able to confidently shoot from my “studio” (my living room). I was so happy to have such a cooperative and photogenic person to shoot. I believe we had a successful training!
Over the years I have loved helping her and her husband as we have traveled to different parts of the world for ABWE. I certainly enjoyed working along side of her here, with her in front of the camera. Thank you Susan!