Wednesday, October 21, 2009

St. James Court Session

Sunday night, we had our family pictures taken by Todd Nichols at the Historic Farmington Home. What a gorgeous old plantation right in Louisville! I'm anxiously awaiting to see how they turned out...So, while we were the "photograph-ees" on Sunday, on Monday, I became the photograph-er for my friends, the Hartz's. Such a sweet family, that we have grown to know and love in the past couple of years. Here are a few sneak peeks from their session at the equally gorgeous St. James Court in Old Louisville. Thanks again for letting me spend time with your beautiful family!

Friday, October 9, 2009

Couldn't Resist!

After completing all of the editing these past 2 weeks, I just had to post a few more from my family portrait sessions...maybe I should've titled this post, "Blue Eyes." Have a great weekend!

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Family Portrait Session #2

Not only did I have the opportunity to photograph 1 good-looking family last weekend, I got to do 2! Mom/Dad/Grandma/Grandpa are going to be celebrating their 40th Anniversary in November, so what a great excuse to get everyone together for pictures! Forty Years - that's just amazing - Congratulations!

This session was at the same location as the first, but later in the day. Different lighting, different spots and different ages of children than the first. So, great lessons learned all day - yeah! On a side note: if you are in that area, go spend some time in the Holland Park. It is a beautifully-kept park, with many shelter houses, 3 different playgrounds, a walking trail, lake, basketball courts, volleyball court, etc...just all in all NICE.

Thanks to my assistant Megan on this session - sorry about your muddy flops...oops! : )

Here are a few of my favorites:

See, I told you - good looking!

Happy Early Anniversary to you!

Such grand kids...

The organizer - thanks so much, Audrey!

Mr. I's toes in the mums (while he was trying to eat the flowers, of course!)

Future 'Bama Recruit

Thanks again for letting me capture your family, Kisslings!

Family Portrait Session #1

I was thinking this was going to be my first family portrait session ever, but then I remembered my mini-session with the Braun family (of 4) back in oh, 2003? They're not quite on the same level, but that was a fun afternoon at the Audubon State Park, with pizza & beer afterward!

But, I is another family (actually part of my family) that I got to spend some time with this past weekend. A special thank you to my Assistant Maria! And, a quick look at my favorites...

What a good-looking group!

The best poser of the day, Miss A

This picture makes me laugh...

Free from picture-posing at last!

Look at that attitude - I love it!

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to capture your family, Schmutzlers!