Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Twice the Fun!

Today we had the opportunity to photographed another set of twins from the CAMOM (Columbia Area Mothers of Multiples) group. Jake and Drew are turning 1-year-old in a few days, and their parents wanted photographs to capture them at this amazing age. With their favorite "Cars" book and Chicken-Dance-Elmo, we got some grins and some awesome portraits of these adorable boys. For the end of the sitting, their mom had the genious idea to give them each their first cake - we just love these shots!!

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Downs Park Family Photoshoot

We finally got a chance to capture Randy and Anji's family, now that their May wedding is behind them and things have settled down. The young boys really enjoyed the scene at Downs Park in Pasadena. At this waterfront location on a blue fall day, we photographed some individual and group shots for this fun family in lue of their complimentary engagement sitting prior to their wedding.

Saturday, October 4, 2008

Sunset Photography and Warm Sunny Smiles

What a delight! We enjoyed capuring this kackie-clad family as they strolled and had moments of discovery and joy at Terrapin State Park on the beach. With a picturesque sunset, cheery smiles, and some pending ice cream, we all had a terrific time with wonderful images as a record. We used our amber flash gel to maximize the details in the water and sunset - one of our priceless tricks-of-the-trade.

Three Beauties

We had the opportunity to again capture a beautiful family - Julie and her charming daughters at Terrapin State Park on the water at sunset this past weekend. With a hazy walk across the causeway being our first backdrop, the family was all warmed up by the time we got to the beach. This family, who we have had a chance to photograph in the past, prefers documentary style photography where we capture them in candid moments having fun and sharing love.
The photo of the girls running down the beach really captures their personalities and ages in a way that I love. That final image speaks to me of the path from quirky, carefree childhood into the grace and joy that give a final hurrah before the pre-teen "colt" years.