We really enjoyed our session with baby "A" a few weeks ago and we're happy to finally share more of her images. This little one came a couple of weeks early and had us scrambling to get ready for her session. The night before the session, my wife was busy making headbands and was up until 3AM putting the finishing touches on them! Luckily, "A" slept so soundly that ...
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The 2015 bluebonnet season is underway in Central Texas, and in Austin we're seeing some gorgeous stands of bluebonnets! We've already been out taking portraits among the sea of blue plumes and we are very excited to offer mini-sessions in the bluebonnets this year!
If you're looking for professional bluebonnet photos, then check out our Bluebonnet Mini session page! There, you'll find more information about our mini-session, included digital image files and a few sample images!
It's become a family tradition to take photos of our boys at the local pumpkin patch each year for Halloween. Nothing says "fall" to me like a huge pile o' pumpkins!
When I was growing up, my parents used to take us to the annual Pumpkin Festival in Morton, Illinois - the "Pumpkin Capital of the World". They see hundreds of thousands of pumpkins through that town every year, and they claim that up to 85% of the world's canned pumpkins come from Morton's Libby's cannery.
That's a lot of pumpkins, huh??
We had the pleasure of meeting and photographing Mr. and Mrs. Veach's daughter ("A") for our Portraits With Santa event last year. "A's" were among our favorites of the day, so we were very excited when her mom contacted us this fall for family portraits! For this session, the Veach's wanted an urban, distinctively Austin feel, so we headed down to the South Congress/South First area.