We’re not strangers to inconvenient weather during photo sessions. But Dani and Kurt’s DePere engagement session was the total opposite. We had perfect weather, a great day, a gorgeous location, and this pretty adorable couple! It doesn’t get much better than that.
Being a photographer is clearly awesome for so many reasons. One of my favorites is that every session is totally different. When we discussed options for Anna’s senior photo session, we kept coming back to the idea of a more urban look. Even though its become a popular location, it’s always fun to find new and different ways to create downtown Green Bay senior pictures. Of course, it doesn’t hurt to have super fun clients either 🙂
If you’re familiar with some of my website content, you’re probably aware that I shoot weddings, seniors, families, babies, “and other photography adventures.” That’s not just blog filler–I really do enjoy the creative challenge of new ideas. The Rohm family took me up on that with their ideas for this Seymour family session, and we had a great time!
Part of making senior pictures personal and memorable is using a location that is meaningful in some way. When we were planning Jacob’s session, the ideas we discussed were rustic, landscapes, textures, and a piano. Luckily, his uncle’s property had all that and more for his farm senior pictures!
I have not gotten to photograph a little one this little in a long time. Ethan arrived into the world a wee bit early and I got to meet him at the perfect age of nine days old for his Chicago newborn session. In talking with his (very awesome) parents, I am in total awe of how easy they’re making everything look with this parenting thing. Ethan seems to have gotten that message too. He was a total joy to photograph!
Try to write a blog post about a little guy who is so adorable, there just ARE NO WORDS. I guess the pictures from this baby session will just have to speak for themselves.
You may have seen this cutie hanging around my facebook page recently. Love him!
As an artist, I have a love-hate relationship with nature. I love all the possibilities it presents for visual beauty in ways that man made creations can’t always match, for example. I also hate mosquitoes, for example. And sometimes nature has differing opinions when it comes to my artistic vision for photo sessions. This engagement session with Angie & Justin had all sorts of input from nature, and it worked out great!
Engagement sessions are really up there for me as far as favorites go. I always ask clients if they have any locations in mind for their session that may be meaningful or important to them. Alyssa and Michael knew pretty quickly that this would be a perfect choice.
Model Call: Bridal
We’re looking for several models willing to be photographed in wedding dresses in the Chicago area all this week, June 23-27. No formal modeling experience is necessary.
Please contact us via the Contact page (specify CHICAGO BRIDAL MODELS) or through the email address below:
Models must be willing to sign a model release and will receive selected digital images from the session. Models will also be required to provide their own hair-styling and makeup.
Bonus points for grooms
Female models are our first priority, but preference will be given to female “brides” who can also bring a male “groom” with his own suit.
Model Call Bridal Sessions are Perfect for:
- Recent brides or newlywed couples who would like more wedding photos in a different location
- Engaged couples who want more practice in front of the camera before the wedding
- Women who still like playing dress up 🙂
- College students
- New models who want to build their portfolio
- Girls day out
I’m going to cut right to the chase on this one: Kayla and Ben rocked their photos! Clients usually want to reschedule when the session time calls for rain. These two were not put off in the slightest! We shot right through it and came up with beautiful photos from our rainy engagement session.