Corbin's Preview: Saint Louis Children's Photographer

While I was in Wisconsin visiting my in-laws,
I made good time of my trip
and squeezed in a session with Corbin,
my husband’s cousin’s son.

We weren’t sure if the weather was going to cooperate.
I can’t ever remember June in Wisconsin
being so hot and humid!
But the storms hit early and stayed away for our session.

And thankfully Corbin was very cooperative.
He was a natural in front of the camera,
which helped keep the session shorter
so we could all get back to the AC and stop sweating!

Thanks, Jim and Matt, for treating me
to some ice cream after the session.
It was fun getting to see you and hang out for a while!

This is the first time I’ve ever posted a preview
that’s not REALLY a preview…
Corbin’s dad and grandpa came over
to order pictures the day after the session.
But for the rest of you, here’s a peek at Corbin’s session.


(VBS pictures still being processed.
Hopefully a preview coming soon!
Stay tuned!)

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  • Matt PalmerJune 29, 2010 - 2:26 am

    Lani, thank you again for the fantastic shoot. These pictures are absolutely amazing. My little man looks beautiful! Too bad you’re not up here in Wisconsin, I would recommend you to everyone that I know! I can’t wait to see the pictures when we get them!ReplyCancel

  • Shelly PalmerAugust 22, 2010 - 7:58 pm

    Hi Lani-
    Corbin’s pictures are AWESOME!!! You did a great job, and he certainly did well. You are very professional and thank you for taking the time to photograph my little man. Looks like you had fun!ReplyCancel

    • lanipalmerAugust 23, 2010 - 2:40 am

      Thanks, Shelly! Glad you liked them! You have quite a handsome little man! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Jim PalmerAugust 29, 2010 - 1:53 am

    Lani, just want to say thank you for the awesome pictures of my grandson Corbin. It truely was a pleasure working with you at our photo shoot. I sure wish you where here in WI because I would send al my freinds your way. Thanks again.ReplyCancel

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