If there are siblings who are closer, we’ve never met them. For this Everyday session, we decided on a different take and combined posed shots with candid captures that showed these three interacting authentically - and what a good decision it was!
We took the show on the road to Cleveland for this couple’s session. An abandoned observatory and some spots in the Flats added so much atmosphere to this pair’s images! Couples in love are such fun to photograph.
They’d only been married for a few weeks when we shot these images, but anytime is a good time for a photo session!
On a recent trip to Columbus, these two Southerners had a photo session — and we couldn’t be happier with the results! The weather and light were perfect (although they were a little cold), so we strolled around German Village and then moved to downtown for a more urban vibe.
They were so fun and we think their personalities shine in the photos!
So different and such cuties! We took advantage of the warm fall weather to get some pics of these sisters at a local park.
We revisited a favorite spot for this shoot! These kids were troopers -- braving the relenting wind to pose perfectly (even Mom and Dad were cold!). From there, we hauled everyone and the settee to a local park for more shots. Photogenic, every one and well-behaved -- except Dad.
I'm texting Mom to tell her that I want to photograph them again once spring rolls around!
We think the first three photos could be album covers. Not CD inserts -- an actual "put the needle on the record" album cover made of cardboard with a vinyl disc inside.
The location -- well, spectacular, IMHO: Abandoned, falling apart (one of us nearly fell through the floor at one point!), and oozing that long-lost "Americana" feeling that fits this family so well. Husband and son had agreed to an allotted amount of time for pictures but we were all having so much fun that I don't think either of them minded that the shoot time was extended. Maybe. :)
These three were so fun. I love the color palette that Mom picked and the location we chose: Dillon State Park in Zanesville. I can't wait to shoot their senior pictures ... in about a decade. Or more. :)