Posts Tagged ‘children’

Pittsburgh Child and Family Portraits

Monday, October 14th, 2013

Fall color means family and kids in the portrait business. I love these cool, colorful autumn days but I love seeing the familiar faces of my family clients even more!

 

Serious cuteness! Their mom wanted their pictures to have a vintage feel. Love the hat and the vest!

 

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So I just so happens that the grandfather of these sweet kids was a vintage car collector. I am told the Ford we used is very, very rare.

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A Few of My Favorite People

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

My business is slowly grinding to a halt for the holidays, as I focus on spending time on my family. I did, however, have two child shoots this past weekend that I wanted to share. I seriously think these kids are the cutest! First “M” who I have been photographing since she was 3 months old!

 

Here’s a picture I pulled off of my old blog from several years ago.

 

 

And now. . .the same beautiful face but looking so grown up!

Next up, a pair of sweet, fun brothers!

She’s Back!

Saturday, July 16th, 2011

This little one has been on my blog a lot as I have photographed her since she was a newborn. And her birthday is the 4th of July so I know I can always look forward to a session with her during summer. It’s always wonderful to see what new things she is doing.

Way Behind on Blogging

Monday, August 3rd, 2009

So the busier I get the less I blog. This is an adorable couple of siblings from a few weeks ago. Their mom wanted to capture them being themselves rather than “posed” for portraits. And it’s a good thing too. They had tons of energy and were far more intersted in bugs, fish, and dirt than me (honestly, can you blame them?) We set them loose in the creek while I followed along behind. I am definitely the kind of photographer that does not mind slogging through mud and dirt to get the shot, although I must confess a tiny big of apprehension about snakes! Every time we encountered tall grass I would stomp up and down a few times to scare them off. I have no idea if this actually frightens snakes, but I am sure it might have amused them?