This year I’m really excited to be offering one day of mini sessions! In the past I’ve done these for close friends and they are always a lot of fun.
There are only 8 slots available, 4 in the morning and 4 in the evening.
7:55am, 8:35am, 9:15am, 4:45pm, 5:25pm, 6:05pm, and 6:45pm.
Email me ASAP for further details and to reserve your spot! firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that I will do my best to update this post as slots are taken. But due to the nature of my low-tech sign up system, slots that appear free may in fact be already taken.
Now you’re googling puppies, aren’t you? In case you need to google this specific kind of puppy, Maisie is a Bernese Mountain Dog. FYI, it’s really hard to actually take photos when every fiber of your being just wants to squeal over the darling ball of fluff in front of the camera.
I had the most lovely morning with this family at Discovery Park a few weeks ago. Extended family sessions can be a little challenging in a lot of ways. There’s my own expectations to manage-I want to capture everything I would in a normal session for each family unit, but time constraints (the swiftly moving sun and kid attention spans) just don’t allow for that. And then the family themselves-it’s hard work to wrangle that many people out the door at a certain time. And everyone wants so desperately for the photos to go well, which can make tensions run a bit high. None of that with this family. Everyone was totally easy going, relaxed and up for anything I suggested. Sweet crying babies? Adorable toddler doing what toddlers do? Everyone just rolled with it. Combine all of that with the perfect summer morning in Seattle, and the resulting photographs couldn’t be anything but gorgeous.