When you have a growing family, it’s hard to keep track of everything that’s going on but if you can get together just once a year to take some family portraits, you can have memories that you can cherish forever. The Ngan family takes yearly pictures in November just after the boys birthday. It’s amazing to see how much the boys have grown from babies to little people. Now mom and dad can have an album to document the progress. If your family is interested in the family portraits packages, contact me at email@example.com.
Tina and James are expecting their first son, Alex, in March. After a couple months of planning we finally got together to take some pictures. Though it was cold, we took advantage of the sunny day and had the session outside. I can’t wait to meet little Alex in March. Congrats Tina and James!
Happy 2011 everyone!! I know I’m a couple weeks late but I was taking a little break from everything while my camera got serviced from Canon. Now I’m back and ready to hit 2011 in full stride. I can’t wait for the new clients and challenges this upcoming year.
This year I will be offering a PHOTOBOOTH for my clients for their weddings, events, and parties. It’s a new element of fun that everyone will enjoy. So if you’re interested, send me a message and we’ll talk.
And since a post with no picture is no fun, here’s one from the U.S Naval Academy Chapel taken a couple weeks ago. A really gorgeous place for couples but not so much for the photographers since they don’t let you go to the front during the ceremony.
I visited Melody the other day to snap a few photographs. With newborns, you can always expect them to be sleeping the majority of the time and therefore can move them easily. Melody was sleeping but wanted to only be in certain positions like on her side. Melody’s mommy was saying how she loved bothering her little bundle of joy while she was sleeping which I found to be really funny but apparently she doesn’t really wake up when being prodded. Here are some pictures of the cutie pie.
More twins!! I got to hang out with Claire and Anderson for a little bit a couple of weekends ago. Claire and the camera were like best friends while Anderson was not a big fan. Luckily we were still able to capture the little dude for a few pictures and it’s a good thing because both babies have big stunning eyes. Normally photographing 1 baby is hard but having 2 makes it interesting. You never know what will happen when 2 are babies are around especially with twins. In the picture above, Anderson was crying up a storm and all of a sudden Claire reached over and put her hand on his face in efforts to comfort him. In other pictures, you’ll notice the way one baby looks at the other. Claire and Anderson were a joy to photograph and I can’t wait see to them grow in the upcoming years.