Tag archive for : candid family photography
Professional photographers often don’t use their “big cameras” for their own photos, always citing one reason or another. I have these amazing tools at my disposal, literally day and night, and I still find myself using my phone because it’s easier and fits in my pocket. I’m not a huge one for resolutions (clearly, as Read more ..
Tall grass, warm sun, adorable littles, gorgeous parents, NOT getting run over by the loads and loads of bicycles on the path we were shooting on… Ingredients for a perfect fall family photo session!
I was lucky enough to photograph this little dude’s sister when she was born. We had some gorgeous flowers and new blankets to play with for her session and when we FINALLY got her to sleep, the shoot could have gone on for days. (Of course I never did blog about it because I’m terrible, but Read more ..
A wise friend once told me “all roads lead to Rosetown.” She’s right. As with most of Saskatchewan, it doesn’t take much conversation before you find a link to your family, your past… or to Rosetown. Try it, it’s a fun game. My road to Rosetown involves this beautiful family. I drove through thunder and lightning Read more ..
I sat down this morning to choose some photos to add to my website galleries (as most photographers can relate, it’s been WAY too long), and session after session, I’m finding it very difficult to edit down to just a few images! So, instead of killing myself with these tricky decisions, I’m going to set Read more ..