Pickled Pink and I recently hosted the cutest classic car session. All these adorable kiddos came out and we outfitted them with some previous clothing. Enjoy looking through these cuties images!
Amanda and Matt are the kind of people you immediately like. They are so down to earth and fun to hang around which made this session super easy. This sweet couple wanted to document this stage of their lives before their daughter, Ella, was welcomed to the world. We had a morning session that that day, we were welcomed with not a sunrise but this gorgeous misty fog that reminded Amanda of a trip her and Matt took to Ireland. And looking through the pictures, they do have a Irish kinda feel!
What a stunning family these three and soon to be four make. Full of life and laughter, this Okpo family was such a pleasure to work with!
I just love it when a senior session reflect individuality and personality in a way unique to the person. Madison’s did just that. We started off her session at this amazing graffiti tunnel. I love LOVE bright and colorful things and so this location was very exciting. After this fun spot we hopped it over to a fun VW bus and got some really cool shots. My personal favs are below.
This beautiful family had their pictures taken recently and I couldn’t be more pleased! Their precious daughter, Jaci, was the star of the session. How could she not be? I mean seriously, those cheeks and those squish able little legs! I was smitten. I hope you enjoy these pics as much as I enjoyed taking them!
Miss Jaci was full of giggles and smiles for almost the whole session but she got a little tire toward the end and so she wasn’t too keen on being put down. But we did get the cutest crying pic EVER.
We weren’t too mean to her though, I promise. After we quickly snapped the above pic, Mom and Dad got to work to mend her. And after some quick snuggles from Mom and a few tosses from Dad, those priceless smiles came back immediately.
Chance’s Senior session was one I’ve been wanting to do for a long time. What could possibly be more fun than spending time capturing a Taekwondo black belt, yes, thats right, a BLACK BELT! I have to admit, the Taekwondo pics are absolutely my favorite images from this session. What can I say? I like images that reflect a persons individuality and these definitely do that!
That being said, I do truly love the more traditional pictures we took of Chance. We took them at his home in the setting of his parents gorgeous backyard. I had a good time playing around with all the various spots they had on site. I even got lucky and was able to get my feet wet for a shot or two. What? I had to! I really just HAD to.
Ah, well, enjoy these pics. I’ll post a few before and after shots in there too just for fun.
Here’s a few before pics so you can see what these images looked like before I did my Photoshoppy magic.
Miss Alayna had her senior pictures done recently and what fun we had. We started off in Roanoke with some pretty pictures in a few outfits and then finished off with another session highlighting her volleyball skills. Truly, one of the more fun sessions I’ve done. I hope you all enjoy these pics of this gorgeous girl! Be sure you scroll to the bottom so you can check out her awesome collage!
Little Miss Nefreteri recently celebrated her 1st birthday recently. Her session started with a short and sweet portrait session in her adorable flowery pink outfit. We had lots of smiles and laughs at her sweet, happy face. Then… it was… cake time. She was super cute as she devoured her cake (drool and all). I tried to not try a taste… it looked so good. After cake we finished off with a warm bubble bath in a beautiful field. Overall, the session was a dream!
Have I ever talked about how I LOVE taking sports photos? I haven’t? Well, get ready.
This mini session was SO FUN. I mean, I couldn’t have been more excited. I just LOVE this stuff. It’s so exciting to be able to create dramatic sports images. And I couldn’t have asked for a better subject. Mr. Nolan here was fantastic and SO into it. I had a fun time creating some dramatic composite images of him. I hope you enjoy scrolling through! Be sure you check out the before images at the end!
This image is by far my favorite. I added the light, removed a GIANT blade of grass, swapped out the logo on his shoulder pad for a Texas Tech logo and made some adjustments to the overall lighting of the image. Below is the final result.
The season of engagement sessions is upon us and I just LOVE it!!! I had the opportunity to work with Kylie and Tristan and the are JUST SO CUTE. We started their session at a small park in Keller, then we hopped in the car and drove over to a nearby location with some gorgeous picturesque spots. The sunset that evening was such a beauitufl compliment to this eye-catching couple.