Have personalized Valentine’s Day cards made up for your children to pass out to their friends.
*Custom greetings will be created for your child
*Order the designs in sets of 8 (4 different designs) for a total of 32 cards.
*The session will take about 30minutes, and you will choose and order your cards right after the session.
And Best of all, if you had some portraits done with Traditions Photography recently, you can save money by using one of those images for the cards.
I was checking out some photography books at Chapters one day and came across a book “Horses: Master Portraits” by Fabio Petroni. I absolutely fell in love with his way of lighting these horses. Since then I have wanted to photograph dogs using low key lighting techniques. I was lucky enough to be able to try this on two dogs the other day. Meet Arcee and Bacon. Thank-you Michelle for bringing them in, and thanks to Spencer for all your help too. It is very important to have someone in charge of treats on a set with dogs….:)
I had just finished a family session tonight when I went back to the location we had been shooting at and took one last photograph. The sun caught the edge of my lens, I adjusted the settings to get the star effect of the sun streaming through the trees. A perfect ending to an evening of shooting. Enjoy!
With my family sessions I try to include individual portraits of the children as well. If I think the child will be shy and timid, I will let them wander around on their own exploring the area where the session is taking place. This particular little princess is somebody I have photographed since she was a baby. Knowing how she acts and likes to explore things, I took that into consideration when I scheduled the session. When we arrived at the location there was lots of excitement so we visited a bit, had a look at the horse and the cat that were there, picked dandelions, and watched a plane fly over head. I have to admit, sometimes I get caught up in the fun too and forget I am there to “work”. I like those days…Any ways I did manage to shake myself out of my state of involvement with her and get to business. She was a peach for the whole session, which as usual, went longer than planned. Oh well, we all had fun and the session’s images are full of beautiful photographs for mom to look at. Here is a sneak peek of one of them.
Vickie and Troy. Cute hey! There is a wonderful future for this young couple. Lots of joy to come and lots of love surrounds these two. I am glad you asked me to do this quick impromptu session.