These two are good friends of mine and I’m so glad they let me take their pictures while I was home for the weekend. The fall leaves are just beautiful in Indiana right now!
We started out at Doug and Kate’s home. Its such a grown up well decorated house! Once I finally settle down in one house, Kate you are going to be my decorator.
Scully is on the left and Lilu is on the right.
In case you are wondering, Lilu is a 160 pound Mastiff and the sweetest dog!
I heart Lilu and Scully.
I love this one, you two look so happy!
Yay for fall leaves!
How did I get such beautiful friends?
Kate, you are gorgeous! This one needs to go on Doug’s desk at work.
And of course, if you are a blog reader, you know I have an obsession with red barns:
I think they are all my favorites. I can’t pick just one or even two.
The cute little twins. Nikki on the left and Alex on the right? I’m totally guessing.
A little Angel. She was so cute, she kept giving me kisses on the cheek throughout the day. Oh and love the shoes 🙂
And the beautiful bride:
Angel getting a glimpse of her groom as he was entering the building:
I couldn’t resist when I saw those puppies getting a picture of the bride with them:
Okay, first off, this had to have been one of my all time favorite shoots I have ever done, if not my favorite. We had sooo much fun and as you can see the lighting was PERFECT. Angie is amazingly photogenic and I just keep thinking of ways to photograph her: engagements, wedding, trash the dress… She has a beautiful smile and tons of energy and best of all is up for anything. This was my first trash the dress/day after session. What a big success. Now I wish all my brides were willing to get their dresses dirty 🙂
One of my favorites (I have several) This one looks like it should go in a bridal magazine:
One reason why the trash the dress session was so fun is because there are so many pictures I want to take on the wedding day but can’t because we don’t want to get the dress dirty. We can get so many cool shots this way!
Leave a comment to let me know what you think!!
Kevin and Angie’s wedding was at a venue between a corn field and railroad tracks and next to cylos. Can we say a photographers dream place?!? Angie also did a fabulous job getting the inside of the venue decorated. I loved all the detail lighting around the room. My dad and I had a blast shooting this wedding!
See what I mean about cool lighting!
Dad’s shot of one of the center pieces:
My best sun flare picture I’ve taken:
Gotta love tractors, dad’s shot:
Kevin’s such a good sport holding his bride’s bouquet 🙂 Dad’s shot:
My favorite of the day:
Angie’s request 🙂
Dad’s shot by the corn field:
Dad’s shot of the men in the soy bean field:
Angie is so beautiful!
I love the lighting under the cake! What a cool idea:
I couldn’t decide which of the next two I liked better, so I put both:
Angie has such an expressive face. Makes for great pictures!
We snuck out of the reception for some sunset pictures:
This is the school that Angie went to for kindergarten and first grade before it closed down. It burned in July of this year. Dad’s shot:
If you are a blog reader, you know I love my ring shots. This one my dad took:
If you like what you see, please leave a comment!
This is my first job I’ve done since I’ve been in North Carolina and its my first time taking pictures for a realtor. Check out her new website. We went to a pretty little park on Lake Norman to get these pictures.
Here are a couple pictures I snapped of Lake Norman while we were there:
Jackson was the first maternity shoot I did and now the first newborn. To see the maternity session, go here. Oh my gosh, babies are so cute! You’ll see his adorable little face on my blog a lot during his first year. His next session will be around Halloween, stay tuned!
Baby yawns 🙂
I love how the football is as big as him:
Madison’s was the third and last senior shoot I did in one day. It was such a fun photography filled day, well weekend, because I had a wedding the day before. I went to her house where she grew up to get these pictures. It was a lot of fun taking pictures of her and I had her sister (my friend) Heather’s help.
I love the red walls:
Brittany and I went to the art museum for her senior pictures. I’ve done several shoots there now and its a great place to take pictures. Brittany made my job easy, she definitely knows how to work the camera!
My second favorite, Brittany and her beautiful blue eyes:
Amanda and I went to the Cox Hall Gardens in Carmel, IN for her senior pictures. Amanda is such a beautiful girl inside and out!
I really like this one:
Tim and Donia were married in Florida and had their reception back home in Bloomington, IN. Donia put so many details into the wedding from the lighting to the candy bar to the favors on the tables. I had a lot of fun working with you guys!
Mother and Daughter’s wedding slippers:
The window was a perfect background for the dress pictures:
Mother and Daughter:
I love all of Donia’s pink accessories:
Mmmm, my favorite wedding favor!
Donia’s adorable little nephew: