From Julie Pottorff Photography:
For my client’s session, she wore a beautiful maternity gown that I purchased from Roses and Ruffles. I really wanted to give these a dreamy feel, and let people know that they can still get those beautiful outdoor images during winter. She was such a good sport throughout her session, and thankfully for her, it was much warmer than average! Originally, my intention was to photograph along a different spot of this road, but I like to follow the sun. There’s something so magical about having beautiful light in your images. It really adds the WOW factor that I’m looking for.
From Kelsey Freeman Photography:
Finally, at 5/7/14, I got the call at 5:00 AM that I had been waiting for. Baby Carson was making his debut.
Let me take you on a little trip down memory lane. It was 7th grade chorus class with Mrs. Pierce. The very first day of school. I walked into chorus class with my super cute pink Aeropostale sweatsuit feeling comfy and ready to sing. What do I see across the room? A girl wearing the exact same outfit. So of course we had to chit-chat. We discovered we had the same birthday. Really? This chick had on the exact same outfit and the same birthday? I mean c’mon. That’s just nature’s way of telling me we were going to be best friends.
Lets fast forward 9 years, through sleepovers, trying to skip Sunday School, endless nights of Monopoly, sneaking out, and graduating together. She comes to my house early one morning and tells me that she has some news. She says she thinks she is pregnant. So naturally, as any best friend would do, I drug her butt to the store, we bought like 5 pregnancy tests, and made her take them as soon as we got back to my house. Yup…she was preggo.
This girl had the best pregnancy. No morning sickness, no awful fatigue, no horrific weight-gain, nothing. She had some heartburn and swollen ankles, but that’s nothing compared to some pregnancy symptoms. She was finally full-term and we tried everything to get this little boy to come out. Seriously…everything. I mean, the girl downed twice the suggested amount of castor oil before heading to work for a night shift. We went over speedbumps, ate spicy food, went walking, got evening primrose oil, etc etc etc. She had Scalini’s eggplant parmesan with her aunt, heck…I got her a bouncing ball and she just sat there for forever while we watched Shark Tank. This baby did not want to come out.
From Life of love Photography:
I am a military family photographer currently stationed in Italy. This session with one of my clients embodies all the beautiful colors of the fall. Taken on one crisp morning, I choose a park as the ideal location for the children. My aim was to capture their story in all the details; the love between and sister and her brother, father and daughter, daughter and her love for flowers and a tight family shot around a autumn tree.