As I catch up on my blog posts, I get to relive so many favorite sessions and fall in love with their images all over again. This adorable couple booked me for both their maternity and newborn sessions. Choosing which images to share was difficult and I'm probably over sharing. But the best part of oversharing images in a blogpost is is a good way to show you how YOUR images could look in a photo album, all laid out together, in a way that you can admire them all in one place. I hope all my clients print their images in a way that allows for them to cherish them, revisit them, and share them with others time and time again.
We met at the Botanical Gardens for their maternity session. No matter how often I shoot at this location, I don't think I'll ever tire of it. There's so much variety, different blooms during each season, it's easy for clients to find and park at, and you don't have to go around the entire garden to get the most out of your session. With greenhouses, orchards, fields, a lake, and more, its no wonder its a popular spot.
And it's a popular spot for my maternity sessions. I've so far only done 3 sessions at the gardens that were not maternity photos. Probably because you don't have to walk very far to get a lot of variety and there are restrooms nearby! Makes it a pretty great spot when your pregnant. It was extremely important for this couple who a little over a week after these photos were taken welcomed home their baby girl!
In-Home Newborn Session
My in-home newborn sessions typically start at 10 am. At this time of the day the sun is high enough to fill a room with a soft light. But not all homes are designed equally and many rooms don't benefit from morning sunshine. This fami