What is it about tiny newborn toes? They make me swoon.
Contax 645, Fuji 400h, Strobes
Babies are always adorable! But this little baby is just straight-up hilarious!
These images are the first eight photos I took on this roll of film. I lined them up in the exact order they were shot. And each photo was taken just seconds apart from the previous photo.
Happy. Sad. Happy. Sad. Happy. Yes! Happy. Wait, not sure. Okay… sad.
Images taken in studio on a Contax 645 with Fuji 400h and a strobe. Processed and scanned by Richard Photo Lab.
Hello! And happy July!
I’m finding it hard to believe we are already half way through the year. And although I am thoroughly enjoying this weather and spending time summering it up with my family, I can’t help but think Fall is just around the corner and for me, that means the busy season.
September and October are always crazy busy as families start to plan for their holiday photos. But to me, July and August are the best times to come in for a session. Summer in the Northwest is gorgeous! Why not take advantage of it and beat the Fall rush?
And, if you are wondering where to schedule your summer photo session, let me tell you a bit about one of my favorite Seattle locations, Golden Gardens.
Golden Gardens is the quintessential summer spot. It’s tall sea-grass, sandy beach and water and mountain views make it a favorite of mine.
Things to keep in mind when booking a summer session here:
And don’t forget, if you do want a fall photos session, it’s best to book early! Send me an email and get on the books today!
I’m so grateful that the editors of Click Magazine asked me to talk about about my work and why I love to shoot film . It is such an honor to be featured in their beautiful publication, and to see my images in print! Thank you Clickin’ Moms!!
To order a copy of the magazine, or to get your hands on the digital version, visit their website here.
Last week I talked about the Ballard Locks.
This week I’m featuring the Olympic Sculpture Park.
The Olympic Sculpture Park is a new favorite of mine.
I love it for several reasons.
Planning a summer photo-shoot at the OSP? Why not make a day of it! Here are some fun things to do when your session is over.
Remember, July, August and September are the best months for outdoor photos (and my weekends fill up fast!). So call or send me an email and get on the books today!