Caitlin was a bundle of joy to work with. Between her contagious smile and her silly faces, we actually captured some truly remarkable images (along with some hilarious funny faces). I had her in my class last year so that’s how she knew of us. What’s really cool about her is that she’s this year’s JM homecoming queen. So now we’ve photographed Mr. Madison, and the Homecoming Queen. Call us the official JM VIP photographer (hehehehe). Caitlin loves to play soccer, she’s actually going on to play in college. So with that in mind, we started out the session with her soccer jersey. Afterwards, we set up in the garage. The light in there is just phenomenal. From there, we journeyed out to the famous Pierce Realty sign shed. And we finished up with her Homecoming dress in the swing, which is getting really popular (great idea, huh?), and the always reliable field of dreams (some with her tiara). It was an entertaining session, and the images turned out fabulous as well. Thanks Caitlin and Vicki…
Sunday, February 10, 2008
Raleigh was a blast. She found us through a referral from Kyann “Pepper” (thanks KK). Who ‘da ever thought two West Texas seniors in one season? Raleigh had a cute West Texas accent (the kind that just charms you to pieces). She says that she wants to become a flight nurse, you know the kind that rescues people in helicopters. I know that whatever she chooses to do, she’ll be successful. There’s just something that you see in people that just lets you know that (I really can’t describe it). We started out early in the morning (40 degrees), but just like my other clients, cold scares no one (except me). We did a variety of images with different backgrounds (see web site for more), and finished up inside. It’s so great to see close-knit families; there’s just something about meeting and getting to know them. Raleigh has one, and I hope the Good Lord blesses the next generation to come. Thanks again Raleigh, mom, and dad, you are special people….
Sunday, February 03, 2008
Aren was fun to work with. I photographed her sister a couple of years ago, so it helped her decide where the session was to take place. She wanted more of a fashion type of session, so she chose a local museum. We were photographing on a coverd patio, when her mom suggested the floor as a background (thanks Dayna, you have a good eye). Aren laid down and "BAM", the image jumped right into the camera. I knew it was a keeper from the moment my finger left the shutter button. Time flew by, and it became dark, but not before we made some fantabulous (my new word) images. Thanks Aren and Dayna.... time well spent.