Sometimes you have a session where everything comes together perfectly…. this was one of those times. The location was perfect, the weather was great, the leaves all just turned, and most importantly, this family is awesome! I love the way the photos came out for this session.
Meet Anna, Marc and Dolce (the doggy). This turned out to be one of my favorite maternity sessions. Besides it being about a million degrees out, the session went really well. I love shooting at Harriet Wetherill Park in Plymouth Meeting. There are so many scenic spots to explore. Anna and Marc were super fun to shoot with. Anna told me before the session that they had no idea how to pose, but then the second I picked the camera up they were already in the perfect pose without me having to say a word. I think they've both modeled before and were playing coy. Also, how cute is this Dolce? I love when clients ask to incorporate their dogs into a session. Anyway, check out the photos.
Regular readers of my blog (all 3 of you, hi mom) might recognize Nolan from his newborn session. While he was really cute as a newborn, he only got better with age (at the ripe old age of 1). For this session we explored Hayley, David, and Nolan's new neighborhood, Fishtown in Philadelphia. I love sessions where we don't have much of a plan other than walk around and find some cool spots... and we certainly did. My favorite were the colorful angel wings. Also, how infectious are little kid smiles?
Meet this pretty little lady, Peyton, and her awesome parents. They had a beautiful home with a ton of natural light, which made for great photos. Peyton was super well behaved for the entire session. Also, how cool is that cork heart piece of art?
Meet the Ray family. They are awesome! They (now) have a 1-year-old daughter named Virginia who is super cute. I shot newborn photos of her when she was about 2 weeks old. This was one of the easier sessions I've shot in a while because they were all so easy to work with... even Virginia. I love sessions like this because we end up with tons of great photos. See for yourself.
Julie is a good friend of mine and I always jump at the opportunity to photograph her family because her kids are awesome! They listen to everything I tell them and they're super photogenic. Find a bad photo here of them, I dare you!