Geaux Tigers. Senior Session.
One of the many benefits of being a photographer in Baton Rouge, is that LSU is here. I love what the college ads to the town. The spirit, the fun restaurants, and just a good vibe. I had my first senior session on the LSU campus this month. The campus is such a wonderful backdrop. If the sun hadn't set I would have kept on snapping away.
As promised you're going to be getting newborn overload for a while.
We all love to display our gorgeous family portraits. Since I photograph my family a lot, I am no different. So I decided to put together these tips to help you put together your own gallery wall.
Alright, so this one is actually a week old as well, but I love it too much not to share.
So, I've decided that for my limited edition sessions, they will be released to my VIPs first and will be on a first come, first serve basis for reserving spots. Once they are full, that's it.
This precious girl is my oldest. We just celebrated her third birthday last week and as I looked at her picture, I found myself reflecting back on the past year.
How many pictures do you have of your family squinting or with harsh shadows on their face? I know I have more than I can count. While you need light in order for your camera to capture images, high noon with the sun blazing can actually be too much.
I thought it might be fun to share one so you can see the before and after.
Fall family portraits are popular, but let's be honest, fall in Baton Rouge can look a lot like summer. You can never count on the leaves to change in time for your family portrait session. That's why finding a great spot can really help you get that fall look and feel.
I absolutely love children portrait photography. It is a big perk of this job. Another perk is that my job can travel with me. So while I'm a Baton Rouge photographer, I can still travel to fun locations for sessions. In this particular case, I traveled back to our old stomping ground in Houston to do a six-month session of a dear friend's precious little girl. adorable little one was just a dream to work with. Since I'm friends with her mom, we were able to catch up a bit during the photo shoot. We meet up at League Park, a cute little park not far from them. It had some great little spots we used and a fun gazebo. Oh, and of course mom had some adorable outfits and blankets, some of which were hers as a child. Making it extra special to incorporate.
That's why, I put together these 6 tips for you. They are easy, and not overly complicated or full of jargon. I promise. While I'm all for shooting in manual mode and really digging into your camera, that just isn't everyone's reality nor desire. So don't worry, you can have a standard point and shoot and still get the benefit of these tips!