I *love* finding new locations to shoot at. And I have a special model that I call upon when I have a new place to try out. I don’t want to book sessions at new locations, if possible, until I know that they will be great! My “model” is wonderful to work with, and very photogenic!
There are lots more, but I just pulled a couple of my favorites off. And to my special model, I will have the rest of them proofed by the end of the weekend!
Now, where is the location I found? Well, you will have to book to find out exactly! Just kidding. We did half of the session at Rollins College in Winter Park. There are some beautiful spots on that campus! And the rest was at a little hidden away park near Thorton Park. (I hope I can find my way back to it!). Both of these locations would be PERFECT for seniors! If interested, please contact me email@example.com to set up your date!
This gorgeous little one gave me a run for my money! Mom told me that he sleeps ALL day every day (not so much at night!). Well, this day, he decided to switch things up a bit! No matter how hard we tried, he was going to stay awake! (Hopefully, that meant that he let everyone sleep that night!) He was also a little stinker (literally), who just about set the record for most poopies in one session!
Even though he tried to be a little stinker, he couldn’t help but to be gorgeous. Awake or asleep, who cares when you get to have this beautiful baby to photograph!
Here is a little sneak peek for you! The rest should be ready in a few days!
It was my pleasure to photograph another beautiful senior. I have to say, I have been getting the sweetest, most beautiful senior girls this year! She is a dancer and did whatever crazy thing I asked her to. Even leaping on the edge of a fountain! I had a great time with her, and the photos are turning out beautifully.
Here is a little sneak peek for you!
And just a note, I do have some availability left for the rest of the summer for Seniors. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to book!
There is a hot new trend among brides right now. After the wedding is over, they are arranging a more “artsy” type of bridal session. One where they aren’t concerned about ruining their dresses. Kind of sending the dress out in style! Well, since I don’t shoot weddings, I really wouldn’t be getting many “trash the dress” session requests. However, when I got a request for one, I jumped all over it! I thought it would be so much fun, and so beautiful, and I was right!
This couple was married a year ago, and they are one of my favorite couples. So carefree, so open to anything I want to try! So, we headed to the beach to try to catch sunrise. Didn’t get the sunrise we were hoping for, but that didn’t stop us from having a terrific session. Probably the best part of the session was the reactions from other beach go-ers. Some just kept walking back and forth past us. Others came up to me and HAD to know what we were doing. Some of the comments we received (from different people) were:
“Why EXACTLY is she in the ocean in her wedding dress? Is today her wedding?”
“She does realize she will be ruining that dress, doesn’t she?!”
“Ron Jon is having a sale on swimsuits right now if she forgot hers. She doesn’t have to wear her dress in the ocean you know!”
“NOW I have seen everything. Swimming in your wedding dress?!”
We got a big kick out of them!
Anyway, here are just a couple from our trash the dress session:
If anyone is interested in doing a session like this, please contact me email@example.com. They are a lot of fun, and don’t HAVE to be done at the beach. It is a great way to get some amazing shots of you in your wedding dress one more time, without all of the pressure of the wedding!
How lucky am I?! I was lucky enough to be the photographer for 5 handsome firemen! Actually, they are all from the same family, and were in town celebrating one being hired on to Orlando. What a great opportunity for some extended family photos. They were so much fun to work with! I have LOTS of photos from this session, but will just tease with a couple!
The ENTIRE family: