Thursday, September 3, 2015

A Quick Mini With Mason

   The Liberty Hill Program is in the process of being made and one of the mom's that had purchased a page for her son, Mason, asked me to take a few photos of her son. There was only a small window for me to take the photos since I was already doing photos for The Belles on that day. I decided that we should do an early morning shoot so that we could use the field and that we wouldn't be in the afternoon sunlight. So since Masyn had to be at band camp at 8 in the morning and Kalani had The Little Belle dance camp, I decided to shoot Mason's session at 7:30. I figured she only needed a couple of shots and that it would only take me less than 20 minutes to get a few. Here are the shots from that morning. If you know me, I have a hard time with, "just a few shots....." 

Fasted session ever. 
" Everything you can imagine is real." Pablo Picasso


Saturday, August 8, 2015

QuinceaƱera Photo Session

This was another first for me. I've never shot a quince session before, let alone with the family. I kind of went into this session like it was a senior session meshed with a family session, but highlighting the birthday girl. Here are a few shots from that day.

Collect beautiful moments. 


Piglet Session

Had the most fun photographing this lifestyle photography piglet photo session. I feel the most relaxed doing these kind of sessions, where nobody is really posing and I'm just get to take photos, just for the sake of photo journaling. Loved every second of this shoot. 

Be stubborn about your goals.


Grafitti Wall

I found the most fab graffiti wall in Austin, so close to School of Rock. It's perfect since I'm in Austin twice a week. I picked up my girl in between her lessons to get a couple of shots of her. Only had my nifty fifty lens, so I did the best I could.

"Everything in life is easier when you don't concern yourself what everybody else is doing."


Same Spot Different Angles

Decided to do a photo exercise that I did in a photo class that I took last year.  Instead of photographing different perspective angles of the same subject, where you could move your subject around, I decided my subject would stay in the same spot, and I would move around the subject. Here  are a few photos that I took that day.

"I think we deserve people who really, really love us." Alicia Keys