There isn't a more amazing session than just being able to photograph a family being together…every bit of love between these five. There were a first time client and yet it was like I've been photographing them for years.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
The years flew by since the last time I photographed these three brothers. I about fell over when the oldest got out of the car and it looked like he's grown a couple feet since the last time I saw him.
These three are definitely the sweetest and easy going with their mom's fun idea using a wreath in their family pictures this year.
Posted by Tami Proffitt at 6:16 PM |
It was that time of year when I'm crazy busy with sessions and thinking of when I'm going to squeeze in my friend for her session. And every year, she's on stand by for when I can take her family pictures…and it's typically a couple days notice. This year it was just about 4 days that I sent the text asking if she could swing having her family pictures on one day and if her wardrobe could be ready. And in those few days, she made it work….it all was amazing and perfect with the colors.
This session is going in the record book for one of my favorites of her family.
Posted by Tami Proffitt at 6:11 PM |
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Absolutely LOVE these twin boys! It's been two years since I photographed them last and in my head I guess they were still 5. They have grown so much but still the same fun and sweet little boys I remember since they were 3.
A part of me really wished I could hear all the details about dinosaurs like they were obsessed with way back when. Now, our chats are much more mature.
But what I did love the most is we still have tons of fun together.
Near the end of the session I realized Cole has a loose tooth. I have no idea how I missed it…it's the memory making stage.
And Eli just busted out this look below. Um…think he has the look down. Then he told me that's just his normal every day look.
My fav outtakes!
Eli was dying to make silly faces for him and how could I resist.
Posted by Tami Proffitt at 11:25 AM |