I had the pleasure of photographing Stacy and Michael’s wedding several years ago so was so fun to photograph them with their little girl and see how their family has grown! Madeleine was a little shy at first but perked up as the session went on. We worked hard and were able to get a couple smiles out of her:)
I love photographing this family. Little Ellie was so good and happy! Fall is my favorite time, I love all the colors. We added triscuit the dog into a few photos and I love the one where he stood on the box and howled. Couldn’t have planned it better.
I had a great time photographing this family! The kids were all so good and since it was morning and they were full of energy I enjoyed capturing them bounce around too. The blue color scheme with the yellow pop of color looked great.
We had so much fun photographing this family. We’ve been friends for years and it was so fun to capture some fun moments and interactions.
I had a great time taking photos of this family. Cameron and I shot Amy and Jeremie’s wedding a few years ago and it was so fun to see them again and meet their newest addition. Ellie is the cutest sweetest baby. Her chunky thighs and arms are adorable. She is full of personality and a million different looks so I had to shoot quick to capture them all.
We had a wonderful time photographing this super cute family! We loved the outfits and they get a color coordination A++. This session was done in the morning golden hour and it couldn’t have been a more perfect beautiful day! We love how all these photos turned out.
We like to update our family photo once or twice a year. We usually put the camera on a tripod, or in this case we set it on top of an apple box, and set the timer for 10 seconds and hope for the best. Sometimes we’ll get the kids to look at the camera by throwing Sophie the giraffe towards it or saying “cheese” really loudly. Often though it doesn’t work out perfectly so we’ll take lost of photos and I’ll Photoshop a bunch of pictures together to create the perfect photo. We have lots of outtakes and I actually really like those because they are real 🙂
- For the best viewing experience use a desktop computer ????
Backstory: Ryan asked if he could see the photo on the back of the camera, we said “no, we are going to take a bunch of photos in a row and then you can go look at the back of the camera”. Bring on the tears.
Backstory: I put the kids next to each other and asked them to hug… more tears.
I had the honor of photographing Lucy and Ryan’s wedding a few years ago and I just love to see that their family is growing!
We love taking pictures! It was fun to take the kids to the Yakima Arboretum and let them run around and take a couple updated family pictures. We use a tripod, 10 second timer, run fast and “say cheese”. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t but I’m happy with what we got this time.
And before you ask…. yes, most the group shots are composites. It’s hard to get both kids to look at the camera at the same time:)
Boot Cuffs: Katie Rose Crochet
We had a great time photographing this family with their two new additions. Mike and Laura started looking to adopt a new baby into their family and it worked out that they found not only one baby but two! We can tell that everyone in the family loves these little guys sooo much. Their big brothers Jarrett and Gavin were so sweet with them. You can read more about their adoption journey here: https://www.facebook.com/Waiting-for-you-578631295598380/timeline/