What a cool location with a train tressle to do Nathan’s first Senior High photo session. Nathan will be a Senior at the prestigious Christian Academy of Louisville next year, and plays football (Quarterback) for their wonderful sports program. Good luck Nathan! Enjoy your senior year, and always keep focused on what the Lord has in mind for your future!
We had fun with Alania, Parker, Max and Brody doing their family photo session. While Brody, the youngest, didn’t want any part of getting his photo taken (which many that age don’t) that day, we worked around his busy playing time to incorporate him into our picture taking to get in some family shots, along with our individual shots of the family also. Always important to capture those pictures of your precious family…..they grow up so very fast!!
Angela and Corey were so excited awaiting their new little bundle of joy when we did their maternity session. It was a fun blessed day!
Come check out our newly built Country Cabin Front Porch, and our Pumpkin Patch Wagon for our Fall Festival the Weekend of October 29th and 30th. Check out our flyer with all the information. Call 213-0781 to schedule your session in one of our many time slots for that weekend!!
Photographing children can, at times, be a challenge. If they haven’t eaten, or had their nap, or just in a bad mood, or even if the parents want their precious ones to be perfect little angels at the photo studio…..it rarely goes that easy. And sometimes, the parents can even lose their patience with the little cut-up cuties. However, sometimes those “cut-up” moments are when you really see their personalities. Example: My latest photoshoot with my grandtwins Gillian and Spencer….all they wanted to do was play and the exact opposite of what I asked them to do. When I would make a frownie face, they would just break up laughing…they knew they were pushing my buttons, and they were enjoying every minute of it. However, when you look at the photos, I finally did get one of them looking at the camera smiling, but I think I have to say, my favorite ones are all the others of them laughing and moving around. Those are the ones that reflect my true memories of them, and why I love them so much. Wanted to share with you: