Mini sessions are the prefect time to update family photos! They’re quick and typically painless for everyone! Ha! Sometimes its a challenge to get younger kids to pose for several images, change outfits and sometimes locations. I loved this location for spring photos. A good variety of backgrounds all in one close location.
Ya’ll…one of my best friend growing up just had a baby. Make that her 3rd baby! This time around was just a little different though. After having two boys in the house, they welcomed home a precious little girl. Everyone is smitten…but her daddy….he’s in trouble! He came home from running errands to find his little girl posing for her newborn session. He quietly asked if we could take a few photos of them together in his Marine uniform. That’s when we all lost it. Nothing quite like a daddy holding his 6.5 lb baby girl in his dress blues and white gloves.
Big or small…I love them all! Joey and Christina decided to keep their wedding guest to close friends and family. There is something special to me when they have time to be connect with each guest of their wedding and not to mention the stress level tends to not exist! I enjoyed spending time with your family…especially meeting your grandma and her matching glitter shoes! Congratulations on your new family!
I met Kyle and Tristin at the Pensacola Bridal Expo back in January. Tristin contacted me a few weeks back to get them on the calendar for their wedding next spring. She really wanted engagement photos taken before Kyle leaves for deployment which can be any time. Thankfully I had an opening last night and I’m so glad it worked out. The sunset was one of the BEST I’ve seen in a while. Their doggy Sky is a big part of their new family and they wanted to include her in some of the photos. Dogs are always a hit or miss since you can’t exactly tell them to “look here, turn your head this way, SMILE!” I also learned during their session how to take photos while holding a dog on a leash! Me made it work and had a few good laughs along the way.
Kristian is about to graduate from Milton High School. His plans are to go off to college and major in computer science and evenly go into the Navy. I have known Kristian for 4 years through taking his photo each year in NJROTC program. His lovely mom joined us for the fun filled afternoon in downtown Milton. They both did a great job coming up with outfits that represent who Kristian has become! Martial arts, a little Frank Sinatra, NJROTC, and his favorite movie Shawshank Redemption were just a few highlights he wanted to remember.
Congrats to you on this huge accomplishment and good luck outside the walls of Milton High School!