November 16, 2012
Bailey Family Portrait Preview
Bailey Family Portrait Preview
On Sunday, I met up with an old friend of mine to take a few family portraits. Pam (the mother) and I went to Peace College together. It just so happens, we’re from the same small town…therefore, we both speak Nash County.
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Pam’s boys are absolutely adorable. Judah just turned three and Mack is six months old. I photographed Mack just before I gave birth to Felicity – he was six weeks old at the time. Oh how he’s grown!
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I got to give it to Pam – her location choices were fantastic. We started at the train tracks. Apparently they are still in use but it’s a rare day to see a train pull through. Safety first – don’t go jumping on train tracks for photos without keeping an eye out. That aside, I was sure to get a smile out of Judah when he was between Mom and Dad.
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Our next location was a friend’s farm. I’ve been told that this friend didn’t think his yard was worthy of photographs. Oh how wrong he was…I could photograph at this location all the time.
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He described this one area we used as the “enchanted forest” I think. There’s a chance I just made that up. Either way, the lighting was quite magical.
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These next few pictures don’t really show off the barn in their yard, but it made for a beautiful backdrop. That aside, anytime you can get this kind of smile out of a three year old without begging, it’s worth celebrating.
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I know I’m biased because they are my photos, but I had so many favorites in this collection. Pam makes beautiful babies. Well done girl.
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I mean, look at this – priceless! I swear I didn’t ask Judah to turn his head. Clearly, this location is full of magic.
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Speaking of magic, these two are still rocking it. We managed to work in a mini-couple’s session and they totally killed the camera…in a good way. I’m pretty sure they practiced in the mirror.
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Finally, one of my favorite photos of the session. Interestingly enough, it was the last photo of the session. Right after this shot, we decided to call it a day. Way to end the day on a high note. I love it. Beautiful families such as these make my job easy!

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