Wedding Ceremony~Ashley & Josh/Indiana Wedding Photographer

The one thing I learned while editing this part of the day is that you just can’t beat having a second photographer. While I was editing Jen’s shots of the ceremony I would be like, “wow!! great angle/shot”. I just loved the light that fell on the the ceremony, I just really felt like they glowed.

To visit Jen’s site visit: http://www.jenrinaldiphotography.com/

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My View

Jen's view

My view

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 I was glad to have Jen shooting with me because I wanted to be able to get a good shot of this part of the ceremony. I love how she focused on the tree as they walked away.

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I also loved that she got a shot of all of the guests at the ceremony. I won’t share that on here as there is a lot but I’m so glad that she did.

This next shot that Jen took is “money”. It is simply perfection!

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 Below is my view

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The “R” Family/Indiana Family Portrait Photographer

Some may remember the session with little “A” and his brother “A” found here: https://julielawsonphotography.wordpress.com/2009/09/15/newborn-sessionbaby-aindiana-newborn-photographer/

Melissa was wanting family portraits done for their Christmas cards and I happened to have an opening when she asked. I love seeing the little ones growing and developing little personalities.

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Sneak Peek~Haley~Oakwood High School/Illinois High School Senior Photographer

I met up with Hayley yesterday at Newport. Hayley brought her 2-year-old  daughter, mom and her best friend. Hayley’s daughter “A” is just the cutest little lady. I would take a picture of her and then I would saw “awww” when I saw the image and she would say “aww”. This little lady loves her mommy…oh it was such a joy to watch. You can tell that Hayley is such a good mommy. 🙂

Hayley is also very pretty, towards the end of our session..apparently others were appreciating her beauty as well. 😉

Here is a small peek of our session…more to come soon.

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Kalli~2010 S.V.H.S Senior/Indiana High School Senior Photographer

I’m slowly getting through the numerous sessions that I had in October. =D

Kalli is such a neat girl to be around. When I first met her at the beginning of the year, I could see why she should be a cheerleader. This girl has energy and she never stops smiling. I love it! Her smile is infectious!

Kalli,

Bri and I really had fun hanging out with you too.

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We got a little bit country in these. 😉

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And we wouldn’t be complete without her little doggie. So cute!

Sneak Peek~Kayla P.~S.V.H.S. Senior/Indiana High School Senior Photographer

October was a very wet month and because of that, Kayla and I had a hard time finishing up the session. I had her scheduled only to have to reschedule twice. On the day of the session, we ended up getting rained on about 15-30 minutes into it. Finally, this past Saturday we had the most gorgeous weather ever!

We started at 10 a.m. and the sunlight was just so yummy!!! This session was also a first for me. I shot the entire session in Manual. This may not mean anything to most, but the photographers reading this will know. Usually I shoot either in Priority mode, or in Aperature Priority. I don’t imagine that I’ll use manual when shooting families with little ones though.

Enjoy your peek, more to come soon.

Time goes by so fast

It is so hard to imagine that my little baby is now 5!

Happy Birthday Poptart!!!

We love you!

emmy march 2005

Barbara/Indiana Portrait Photographer

Yesterday I drove up to Benton County to photograph my Aunt! She needed some headshots and so she asked me do to them for her. Of course I said yes. The day was overcast, and windy….wait…..it’s ALWAYS windy at my Grandma’s. I can’t think of a time that I’ve been there when it wasn’t insanely windy. LOL Anyway, Aunt Barbara and I chose what she should wear and we picked a nice spot. I chose to use my 50mm 1.4 and really love the sharpness of the images. My family has some crazy blue eyes, huh?

Aunt Barbie…you look fabulous!!

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