Same place, same time, same kid - one minute it is all beautiful and serene and my pretty picture heart is happy and the next second there is a star jump, a huge splash and it’s all changed. Such a tiny window to snap, but it is what I love the most about going on adventures with my kids. The spontaneity, the suprise, the fun and my fav bit - the frivolity. You can never expect anything except the unexpected I have learned and I sometimes have to put my camera on tracking (as you would a wild animal...) to even have a hope of capturing anything at all! I actually had a pet setting on my last camera which worked really well...but I do like a good candid snap over anything too staged when it comes to kids - how about you?
We’ve shared so many little moments like this over these last few weeks of summer break. I’m so thankful for these times, I know they are fleeting. I’ve been more intentional lately in capturing my littles, I want to remember every little moment. The way their tiny hands looked, the little freckles on their faces, their messy morning hair. Soon, both of my babies will be in school, and our mornings will look much more rushed. I’m cherishing these last few weeks of summertime, making memories, and taking spontaneous trips to the ice cream shop! I hope you are too, friends. ❤️
Had the best time learning new tips + tricks for posing my clients at the @bbeautifulartistry workshop last night. It was such a rush of creativity and excitement that I cannot even wait to share with you guys! ✨
Squeeze!! 😍😍 Side note to those in Michigan, anyone else feeling some fall vibes today? I mean I know it’s still very much summer, but cooler temps and kinda overcast has me already thinking 🍁🏉👶 (baby countdown is in the single week digits already!) ah!
It was one of those rare, super gloomy, summer days that we almost never have. It gave this sweet expecting mama the softest light and most gorgeous colors to be surrounded in. I wish we had more gloomy days like this. They make for some pretty special images. #lavenderfigphotography