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A Quick Snap Between Frames

Friday, November 9th, 2012

Sometimes just before you get your subject to look at the camera I will grab a few frames while they are playing around with each other.  Once in awhile you can capture a moment that means something to them.  That’s what happened here.  This is how they are, this is it, you can’t stage this.  Mom loved it.


Family Portraits In The Park.

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Was at the park yesterday photographing the Moore family and was surprised at how many leaves have already fallen in the last week.  I suspect the fall colors will be around for about maybe 2 more weeks and then it’s leave raking time.   We might be picky on the clothes, we might be pick on the time of day, and we might even be picky on the location, but that because we know what works, and what works well for us.  When everything comes together like this, we can create some memorable, fun loving, eye catching images like the one below.  We had  a great time with Liisa, Phil & Wyatt (yup, this kid has the ULTIMATE name) and we managed to create some outstanding images as Wyatt just kept smiling and smiling. Thanks again Moore family, for allowing us to create some family portraits for you.

“Tickle Tickle”


Sudbury Families ROCK!!

Thursday, August 4th, 2011

Most of you know that Joce and I LOVE photographing families, and our session tonight was no exception.  It started out with everyone on the doc and ended up with everyone in the water.  This session had “candid” written all over it and Tammy & Jason’s property on Long Lake was the perfect place to take advantage of multiple scenarios.  It’s been a few years since their last Family Portrait (Take a Peak Here) and since then they have added a new addition to the family………….little Olivia.  Joce and both commented on how much Joy this Angel has brought to this already happy family as it was evident throughout the entire session.  I can’t wait to show you some of the candid images we created for this family.  Tammy, Jason, Jake, Cale & Olivia, thank you so much for making this session seem like a day at the beach, because that was almost exactly what it turned out to be. 🙂

Here is the last shot from the first scenario. We changed it up from our original plan to make it more of a “story telling” image.  It worked.

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