Alaina, is part of the watch me grow program. That is 3 sessions in one year so we could capture her as a new born, at 6-8 months and at a year. The watch me grow program is such a great way to capture babies first year, all the smiles, the fun expressions and of course the baby fat.
Just too cute for words. I love this age to photograph, So many smiles! This is a great age to capture for a life time. Baby still has lots of his baby fat, that cute chubbiness and smiles that wish he would never grow older.
For the first time, we met a bride on her wedding day with nobody else
in the room! April was the picture of composure – until her flowers
showed up and the emotion struck. Wesley was definitely Mr. Cool,
looking good and wearing a killer pair of pinstriped shoes. The toasts
were amazing, including a stand-up worthy routine from the best man, and
a stand-in singer for Wesley, as he took over the drums from the live
band ensemble. The show continued with a three part dance exquisitely
executed by the newlyweds. Even the first group dance was a coordinated
line dance. We made a dash down to the beach for sunset including a
Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride worthy zip down the hill – appropriate given the
couple’s joint fascination with Disneyland.
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We started with Noe in the tall grass as she modeled her brightly
colored skirt and shoes. She had a great range of expressions, from a
very soulful gaze to a bright, easy smile. From there we went to the
beach where her mother joined us and shared funny stories when she
wasn’t admiring her beautiful daughter and the images captured by Annie.
High school senior portraits are so important. Its just one of those rare times you will be photographed by a true professional photographer and I am not talking about the school photographer. These senior portraits capture the personality of your child and who they are at this time in their life. Once they go to collage they start a new chapter on their own.
Little dresses, big doors and a bit of fog made for a fun afternoon of
photography in San Francisco at the Palace of Fine Arts. Amanda was a
bit tentative at first, but quickly gained confidence (and the attention
of many tourists) as she posed for some stunning images in the rotunda.
This was a ‘Fashion Inspired Session’ – over three hours and a variety
of outfits and locations including the PFA, Fort Point bunkers and
Baker Beach. The fog rolled in heavy, but retreated just enough to
provide a view of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge as a backdrop while
Amanda played in the water in her loose knit dress. Her mom suggested a
shot of her laying in the surf, and was surprised when Amanda agreed!
It made for a some great images, and memories.
Dallas showed up from Modesto with a vehicle
full of style consultants. Ok, so it was his siblings, each with
friends who came to play at the beach, and watch a movie on the sand at
the boardwalk. We chose locations that left the kids enthralled with
the wildlife while letting us capture Dallas as
the quintessential (?) high school guy – still waters run deep. While
he started out a bit nervous, by the end of the session, we got to see
the real man as he relaxed and cracked as easy smile watching his little
sister play at the edge of the breakers on the beach.
High School Senior Portraits in Santa Cruz California. Natural posing
beautiful settings. 2013 Senior portraits. This has been a great year
for senior portraits in Santa Cruz, we have had the best summer weather
ever. Not much fog! and lots of fun locations all over santa cruz.