Last fall I got to take Drew’s senior pictures.
You can check out that session preview here.
By the end of that session, his mom was already talking about scheduling a family session
to capture the memory of their family before her two oldest boysÂ were both in college.
I’m so honored to have returning clients! Thank you!!
Â This may have just been my
hottest. session. ever.
The high for the day was 107 degrees.
And even though their session was during those golden hours before sunset,
it was still 103 degrees outside.
Thankfully, we had the session at their beautiful home
(seriously–take a close look at these pictures and see just how AWESOME her flowers are!)
and we were able to coordinate trips inside so they could cool off, keep hydrated, and freshen up between shots.
I have to give a shout out to my fabulous assistant for the day, Michele.
She carried all my heavy equipment to help save my back,
and she kept me hydrated in between shots.
And now I have to brag a little bit.
Boys usually cringe at the thought of getting their pictures taken.
And their discomfort is usually shown on their faces.
But these three young men were amazing.
I’m sure they made their momma proud!!
U Family, I hope you love your pictures,
and enjoy showing them off to your friends and family!
Ah, brotherly love : )
Â There’s no better way to share your beautiful family pictures with the people you love the most
than putting them in custom-designed Christmas cards!
I know it’s only the start of August, but it’s not too early to be thinking about the holidays!
Here are a few cards I designed from the U Family’s session.
I think Shelby makes an adorable reindeer, don’t you? 🙂
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