Thursday, November 20, 2008

Senior Portraits : Alaina

This is my little sister, Alaina. We did a senior portrait shoot Monday afternoon and I am almost obsessed with the images that we ended up with.


See how pretty she is? It was like working with a model.


We had to get Alaina's almost-antique red Mercedes in some photos.
This image is my favorite.




The light coming in from these windows was perfect!





This old building was full of cool places to shoot.





We goofed off a little bit with the window shots.






I love how dramatic the light is in this photo.



We stopped in a field on the way home for some last minute less-urban photos.


Monday, November 17, 2008

Book now!

Have you been putting off family portraits because of cost? Well, put them off no longer!

That's right. I am offering half off portrait sessions through December 20th, which means time is running out to book your session! Both family and senior portrait sessions include:

Location shoot - Portraits are shot at a location of your choosing (your home, a park, downtown...) Pick a location that fits your personality!

Online viewing/ordering - Family and friends can access your photos and order prints online.

Disc of hi-resolution images - Your digital negatives. You can make prints anywhere you choose!

All images are retouched and professionally printed for highest quality.

Family Portraits Package:
$250 - 1/2 Price Special =
$125 : Location shoot, online viewing and ordering, one 8x10 print and two 5x7 prints or 24 custom-designed holiday cards w/ envelopes, disc of hi-resolution images

Senior Portraits Package :
$150 - 1/2 Price Special =
$75 : Location shoot , online viewing and ordering, one 8x10 print and two 5x7 prints or 24 custom-designed graduation announcements w/ envelopes, disc of hi-resolution images

336-402-1087, or e-mail for more details, or to book your session today!

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Family Shoot : Evans

Just a few days before their 18th anniversary, I met with Jonjo, Jennifer, and their kids Rider and Haney for a family shoot in Kernersville.

We started downtown by the train depot for some fun shots.

This is a re-creation of a family portrait that Jennifer has from when the kids were younger.

If you're ever in Kernersville and see a blur speeding down the sidewalk, it's probably Rider on his skateboard.

Look how cute they are together!

I love Haney's red hair.

We headed over to the Fourth of July Park for some more traditional shots.

The leaves are perfect right now!

Jonjo and Rider had some fun throwing leaves on the girls.

Still in love after 18 years!

I think this picture brings out the cowboy in Jonjo.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Joe & Max

This past weekend I did a short photo shoot with Joe and his adorable dog, Max, for Joe's Christmas cards. Max was so interested in everything going on at the park that it was hard to get him to sit still for the photos! That is, until we used a piece of food to get his attention. He's very obedient when there's a treat involved.

I couldn't help posting this picture, it makes me laugh every time I look at it. Max is good at making those sad puppy eyes.