She Had To Leaf

Bad pun, I know, but I couldn’t help myself. I wanted to try to bring you the kind of smile that Abby brought us all day on Sunday. Plus, you know, leaves.

When you do a senior photoshoot during these months, leaves are around as props and should be used. Abby used them and it looked like fun while she was doing it.

Brighten Your Day

I was wondering how I could brighten your day and I figured I’d let Abby do all the hard work since this past Sunday was all brightness and fun. She allowed us to shoot her senior portraits on Sunday which, as you know, puts a smile on my face. Each day I get to press the shutter is a good day. Are you next?

Just asking.

Yeah, I know. I Told You.

I think I mentioned yesterday that Abby’s smile would jump out at you. I figured I should probably show you and ta da.

Thank you, Abby. We had such a good time with you. Oh, and thank you for making sure I didn’t get hit by cars.

Supermodel Abby

We got a chance to work with Abby yesterday and had an amazing time. She was easy to work with and she got great photos. I was happy to be the guy standing in front of her and pressing the shutter. Now I get to brag about how she made great photos, but this supermodel did all the hard work.

I hope she enjoys her senior photos because I’m enjoying the edit.

THOUGHTFUL PORTRAIT

I’m a sucker for photos like this.

In most senior photos, the parents, who are the funds keepers, prefer smiling photos of their progeny. And Abby has a fantastic smile so you know why her parents would love to see those kinds of photos. But Abby also look smashing in a thoughtful kind of portrait. She didn’t know I was going to shoot this one but I saw the moment in my viewfinder and had to make this photo.

WE WARNED HER

We warned Abby during her senior portrait photoshoot that I’ll take photos like that. She tested me. I snapped. And you know what? She still looks amazing as she did in all her senior photos. It was such an exciting day for me because the pandemic mostly wiped out business. The fact that I got to exercise my shutter finger made for the best Sunday in a long time. Thank you, Abby. She did great.

It’s Been A While. Thanks pandemic.

It’s been quite some time thanks to COVID, since we’ve been able to work with people in front of my lens.

Luckily, Misty’s parents Dale and Bootsie agreed to let me see if my shutter finger still worked. So we traveled through parts of Old Louisville and encouraged them to be romantic and sweet. That wasn’t hard at all. I’m glad they let me press the button on the good stuff.

I’ll show you more in a bit.

July 17, 2021 – Party Day

We’ve been doing our helping thing, because that’s what grandparents do, but today’s the day to let this little guy know how much we love him and love the fact that he’s here.

Misty and Kacy put together an insanely large and hard to put together balloon garland. The cake is pretty cool and the Sesame Street muppet cupcakes are ready.

Time to sing Happy Birthday and let him know how much we love him. That’s my favorite part. Sharing with him how much we love him.

Jeremiah Turns One

When we were setting up his first birthday shoot, Jeremiah was just being too cute and this photographer, and grandfather had to grab a shot.

His mom had a few water drops put in his hair to make it super cute and curly. And the balloons were certainly different then when he went to bed. But it was “YAY” time and he made it so much fun we kept making cute photos.

I should warn you. There will be plenty more coming.