December 6th, 2013
Laura, RP and their daughter are pretty easy to photograph. Just look at those smiles. I was so glad I got the chance to meet them this fall and that they told me they were a referral. I love when clients send me more clients!
Lifestyle sessions are great. Really easy, they work great in the home and there is no pressure – nobody gets posed, nobody is told what to do – just sit back and have some fun. It’s like shooting a reality show.
This session was the second I had this day and another that beat the rain and had far better than expected weather. The rain plan had been to stay in the house, but after shooting in there for a while, we noticed the sun was shining so outside we went to get a few casually-formal portraits of the whole family!
December 1st, 2013
Sometimes you just have to risk the rain.
Katie and I met on the first morning of a double header session a while back. It had been a beautiful weekend and was supposed to be a fantastic morning, but it was raining. Hard. Fortunately, we got lucky with a break in the weather that lasted just long enough for us to get the last picture taken. In the end, it was a great morning in downtown Willoughby taking Katie’s Class of 2014 Senior portraits!
November 24th, 2013
Michelle and Kevin go way back with LoC. I’m pretty sure they were the first wedding that appeared on this blog with me as the primary shooter. It’s been a few years since then, and I got the chance to meet back up with them to take a few portraits of their young and growing family. The weather that morning was pretty brisk for late fall, but the girls were troopers. We walked the trails a bit, played in some leaves and then celebrated their daughter’s first birthday with cupcakes!
November 15th, 2013
Taking pictures of Jake was almost like taking pictures of family. Mostly because I have taken pictures of his family – almost more than my own. His family, his mom, his sister, and his little sister and brother have all spent time in front of my lens and every time it is nothing but fun.
I met Jake on a pretty chilly morning at his high school. We wandered around in my usual style and found some great spots to take a few photos. These are just a few of my favorites.
November 6th, 2013
A year or so ago I had the opportunity to take Senior portraits for Kelsey’s older brother so I was happy to hear from her parents again when it came time to take Kelsey’s photos. We met on a cool, Autumn evening out at Squire’s Castle. We raced the sunset and kept warm as we wandered around the area and stopped up by the castle for a few shots. Of course, in typical LoC style, my favorite shots were right at the end of the night when we crossed the road over into a swampy field of tall grass. Definitely glad Kelsey was a good sport about it.