We recently moved to Greencastle, PA and we’re very excited to share some photos of our new place with you! The last photo is from our ribbon cutting that was held on August 5th! If you’re ever in Greencastle, stop in and say hi!
Abigail is the third beautiful daughter born to Rachel & Justin. I’ve had the pleasure of capturing many of this families memories over the years and I am especially honored that they asked me to be part of the birth of their beautiful daughter. I am looking forward to sharing more of those images soon!
It is so hard to believe that it has been a year already since this little beauty was in my studio for the first time! Now Aria is a busy one year old! She is quite the trooper after starting her session off with a bang… literally… right off of the stool! She pulled herself together though and blessed us with lots of sweet smiles and a few ornery ones as well! Thank you Matt & Katy for sharing your blessing with me and I look forward to continue watching Aria grow!
Floral background by Fancy Fabrics & Props
Barnwood background by Photo Props Floors & Backdrops
Pink background by Savage Universal
I’m often asked when the best time is for a portrait session and when I tell my clients right after sunrise or just before sunset they usually look at me like I have three heads… especially if there are children involved! I honestly don’t tell you this just to torture you, I tell you this because I want you to have fabulous portraits! I will give you great images at any time of the day, but the best light and some of my most awesome images are just as the sun comes up or as it’s on it’s way out.
Yesterday, I captured an absolute perfect example of this. I had the privilege of capturing some sweet cuties at a local orchard. We started at about 9:15 AM and this photo was captured at about 9:45. Is it cute? Yes! Do Mom and Grandma love it? Absolutely! Is the lighting a little iffy? Unfortunately, yes. Those blown out spots, and super bright background are hard to work with sometimes, not to mention how a bright sun makes for squinty kids. This is still a great shot and as the tress fill up with leaves it is easier to capture during the day.
Now take a look at this next image. GORGEOUS! This portrait was taken at about 7:30 PM at the exact same location! We used the same row and the same tree as our backdrop. Seriously, just look at that light! The natural glow of the sunset just adds a warmth to everything and it’s so smooth… there aren’t any glowing hot spots on someone’s head!
So do you believe me when i say that the light makes all the difference? I’m really not trying to be mean and I do want to work with you when your kids are going to be happiest so we will make whatever situation work. I’m a professional photographer, that’s what we do!
Plus if you are willing to work with me super early in the morning or late at night, we can capture some cool images like these…