Saturday, the weather finally decided to behave so we could do Emma’s senior portraits–woohoo! (It’s the small victories in life..:)) We went out to the local lake. It was a perfect back drop for a beautiful young lady! Nancy T., Emma’s mom, was a great stage mom to have around! Emma, I’ve watched you grow through the years and I’m so pleased to have been able to capture your senior portraits–thank you!
Monthly Archives: April 2011
Yesterday, I met up with Amber J. and her daughter Weslee for a photo shoot. Thankfully the rain held off and we were able to get some really great pictures! Check out the album:www.facebook.com/ Search: sMm Photography Thanks for reading:)
This picture was taken during my first summer in Charleston, on a trip out to Drayton Hall, located on the Ashley River (that’s what’s at the end of the alley). I fell in love Charleston that summer, and with all of the great weather we’ve had lately, I miss it so much! Luckily, I have two trips planned within the next month–one next Monday for Sara Margaret’s birthday and another for Jill Wessinger’s Bridal Portraits in May. Charleston offers a great variety of character and interesting settings. I’m so excited and thankful for the opportunity to photograph these two events:)
This is Rhett, one of our three Yorkies. Crazy, yes, but his portrait was too cute to not share! The largest of our fur-babies, we call him Big-Stud/Stud-Muffin. Wish I could read dogs’ minds…perhaps “what are you holding? and why is it making that noise and flashing that light at me?”
I always love finding texturally and culturally interesting backdrops for portraits. This little hidey-hole is located in York. If you have an interesting spot send me a message:)
Spring Portrait Season is upon us, along with longer daylight hours and beautiful blooms. I’m very excited to have two family photo shoots this week:) Make sure you have your portrait session scheduled to take advantage of everything Spring has to offer…afterall, you’re buying those cute Easter outfits anyway–might as well get at least two wears out of them, right?!