Okay, I was preparing Megan and Sean’s photos and I absolutely could not resist posting a few more. 🙂
I LOVE my job 🙂
On 12/12/12, this blog will be four years old! And what a bad blogger am I! While all around me, blogs about every imaginable thing, I have been neglecting mine.:( I’m not one for resolutions but I will *try* to update more often. You can catch more recent updates on my facebook page!
Sorry, daddy! I couldn’t resist. He was truly outnumbered with his very lovely wife and 3 adorable girls.
Phew, what a day! Back to back sessions today and I am asleep on my feet but I couldn’t resist sharing a few from this morning’s session. The session was a “new baby” gift from a very generous auntie and uncle and though I got lost on the way there (my fault for not listening to directions) I knew I was in the right house as soon as I saw daddy because he was the spitting image of his brother! I’m sure they’re tired of hearing that too.
(shameless plug) Gift sessions are super awesome and with Christmas coming around the corner, you know where I am! (end of shameless plug)
So, without further ado…
The new addition.
Giggles with the girls
One of my faves from the day. Not only is the baby’s sleepy smile sooooo sweet, but I love how the older girls are holding hands. Sweetness!
Thanks you so much for having me over today and I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
Another sneak peek tomorrow so visit again soon. 🙂
I took some photos today for the local Community Garden Project. They’re having a small presentation tomorrow at the Organic Centre, who has supported them in this project. Its absolutely fantastic. I think these projects will explode all over the country, they’re such a great idea.
Eileen and I had about half an hour to shoot before the heavens opened. It was a bright overcast day so it was perfect for shooting outdoors. She was really good in front of the camera and had loads of ideas on how she wanted to look. All in all, super easy to work with. We’re hoping to do another session soon if this weather ever lets up. 🙂 As you can see, I’ve become a real fan of this type of post processing. I like the feeling it adds to the photographs, just not sure if it will look dated in a couple of years. But for now, i’m totally loving it!