Tucson Family|Child|Teen Photographer
What a wonderful experience it was to capture these first moments of Baby J with his mom. Just being there I could sense the overpowering love she has for him and I think these images exude those feelings so well. There were so many pictures from this session that I LOVE, I’m having trouble editing my selection to show here, so this post will be a bit lengthy. Hope you love them as much as I do.
I had the pleasure of getting to meet the talented Mindy from the My Life As Mindy blog. She is an amazing teacher and shows her skills in writing, fashion, and lots of other fun things on her blog, so make sure to check it out. When doing this session, I wanted to make sure to show her vibrant personality for all of her fans to see and I think it definitely shows in these images. Take a look and see what we came up with for her session:
This session was amazing. The girls knew exactly what to do, and made this session so easy. They are all so beautiful, inside and out, and so much fun too. This post is a little lengthy, but I just loved so many, I couldn’t decide what to post.
Hmmm….urban. Well, I live in Tucson, which is very ecclectic and gritty in some areas so I knew I had lots of options for this topic. I decided to go a slightly different route though. I live in a completely residential area, and from time to time when walking with the family we find some different areas we never thought we’d see. So I took this photo in a wash by my house. We had these “decorated” sewer tunnels that the kids loved running in…it kind of reminded me of the fun things that I did as a kid (all kids would play in the sewers by their homes, right?) :). Ok, I might have been a strange kid, but I had friends who joined in on the weirdness…you know who you are. For this project I’m trying different editing techniques, so excuse the massive differences between my photos, but I want to try to get the effect of the topic at hand.
This topic made me think for quite a while, and I was hoping to share something completely new and imaginative. Things that crossed my mind; merge a lemon and a lime together, get some grapes and put a smaller image of grapes inside it. I think everything I thought of would have worked well with this theme, but unfortunately, my thoughts did not get executed due to a busy schedule and a family to take care of. Luckily an epiphany struck yesterday when I was at the Tucson Desert Museum (which I had only been to once before) and saw a beautiful sunset. I am sharing this image for this past week’s theme and hopefully you all feel that it is just as beautiful as my other image ideas would have been. Except I think it may be better because nature did the merging of the sun with the landscaping for me, instead of me recreating it digitally.