This little cupcake was so much fun to work with. She was all smiles and beautiful as can be.
Sweet and Dainty as can be…Beautiful New Hampshire Newborn.
This sweet little guy just wanted to be held. The session was done in their home. I tried to get some of him on his own, but he wasn’t crazy about being put down. He was truly only happy being held by mom or dad. We were able to get a few in of him on his own, but the majority of the session is done with mom or dad. I love the connection and love you see in pictures of parents holding their new baby. I used all natural window light for this session.
This beautiful baby girl was photographed in her New Hampshire home. Being a Fall Baby, mom had some great ideas to tie in the Fall Theme to the session.
We may have been rained out of the Fall Mini Sessions set up on October 1st & 2nd….but I’m looking forward to this weekend for the Rain Date Sessions. I’m opening up the rain date sessions to anyone who would like to join us. If you have not signed up here is the link…
Sweet Baby Boy….
I always leave my newborn sessions feeling so blessed that I have the opportunity to work with the sweetest little babies and the most amazing parents.
I’m so excited to be doing Family Fall Mini Sessions again this year. This is a great opportunity to get some fun family portraits. It can be of the entire family or just the kiddos. Anything goes during your 20 minute session. The energy of the session is fun, quick, easy and no fussing. The kiddos run the show and everyone stays happy.
I’m offering the sessions at two different locations this year. On Saturday, October 1st, the sessions will be held at the beautiful grounds of the Morrison House Museum which is a great little farm like setting. On Sunday, October 2nd, the sessions will be held at the Auburn Audubon Society. The grounds are rustic and earthy with lots to offer for background.
Click the link below to enter the sign up page and secure your spot. The session fee includes 10 High Resolution Image Files that can be downloaded.
Hope you can make it!