Archive for October 1st, 2008
You might remember this handsome young lad from his family session earlier in the summer (Posey family). Well, when they showed up that day mom realized that she forgot this hand-made, family heirloom outfit at home, which is at least 40 minutes away. We didn’t want them to miss out on having T photographed in the outfit that’s been worn by several generations of their family, so we invited them back with this adorable outfit (and sweet boy!). T was so cute and once again, wouldn’t stop smiling! He really is the happiest kid I’ve ever seen. We just love the variety of looks from his session, from a bit edgy on the red leather chair, to very formal and classical with the antique chair. Thanks once again for being such a great sport, T!
What happens when you lock your keys in the car on a location session?
You call Triple A and keep making photgraphs of course!
This gorgeous family came to us for a beautiful location session in El Dorado Hills and arrived ready to have some fun. Stef and I had so much fun
we I decided to lock the keys in the car and stay a while. Thankfully, Jeff had a phone on him AND it had service (hard to get in this area).
Well it all worked out. The delay caused the sun to drop a bit more and we got some of our favorite photographs of the day. Thanks Jeff & Samantha for putting up with our silliness on this adventure!
Ooooh….what could it be? Here’s a teaser of some changes coming to the Enchanted studio. More images coming soon!
Baby J was here a few weeks back for his second Bebe session. We’ve had a ton of these lately, as so many of our Bebe kiddos were all born around the same time! True to form for this age, J was happy as a clam–couldn’t get a bad image of this little dude. I’m thinking that part of why he’s so happy is that he has so many fans; both sets of grandparents accompanied mom & dad to his image presentation appointment, oohing and awing over every image on the screen. How could you not adore this face?
We’re getting ready for our 1st-ever Limited Edition event, Little Angels. We’re so excited, as these are the most unbelievable angel wings we’ve ever seen, and they will only come out at the Limited Edition event each year. We’ve had some questions about whether these would be appropriate for older kids, and the answer is yes! We’re doing a little more “edgy angel” for the tween crowd (contact us for more information). There are still a few spots left, so don’t miss out!