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Monthly Archive for October, 2013

A little bit of everything

For this session headed over to a stable in the area to photograph a high school senior. We did a little bit of everything, some individual portraits, some portraits with sister and  of course with some with her horse. Lovely location and evening light and the girls were very natural for the camera. Actually the horse was too! As one of these portraits is a favorite of this young lady, I thought I’d include it here in the blog.

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Portraits On A Cold Day

 

Just posting images from one of my favorite late Fall sessions from last year to show that great sessions can still happen when the weather is cold. It was a really chilly late afternoon last November but with a great choice of outfits everyone stayed warm and still had fun. When it rolls round to late October it gets cold even when the sun is shining it’s last rays of the day so outfits have to be planned carefully. Sweaters, layers, simple tailored pea coats or jackets work well. It’s never a good thing to be photographed in the big ski jackets but they are still handy to wrap up in between photographs.

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In Studio

Just playing catch up here with some studio sessions from earlier in the Summer. Just had to blog a couple from this Saturday morning session. Such a lovely easy going family and lots of smiles from the youngest little guy!

 

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Mixing It Up

Here’s a few selections from a recent studio session for a high school senior. It was hard to pick out portraits for the blog because I had so many favorites. I think his Mom did too! The one good thing about studio is we can mix it up a bit with casual outdoor, formal indoor and as well as working on  some themed images which is great for musicians and sports students. It was a pleasure to photograph this young man and learn about his interests and college plans. I was very impressed with his dedication to his studies and music and I wish him all the very best for his final year at school.

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