Peace and Pandemonium

Sunday, May 30, 2010


The Brewster Family

The second family I had the opportunity to work with were these two. Models basically. Seriously, I don't know that I have ever taken pictures of two people more natural and relaxed in front of the camera.
Of course it helps that they are both so beautiful to look at.
I did very little directing with these two and instead just watched in awe as this mother and son gave me some of the most authentic and beautiful moments to take pictures of.
I had tears in my eyes when I was going through their photos, no kidding.
I just couldn't help but think of my sweet little 8 year old Isaiah and how the love these two have for each other reflected my feelings for my own son.
Now if only I could get him out in front of the camera with me.....hummmmmm. I'll need to think of some good bribery before that happens. :)

Thank you sooo much Brewsters, for allowing me into your beautiful life and enabling me to witness the sweet relationship you have together.

I still have two more of these mini sessions to do. Because of the funky weather I have had to reschedule with a couple of families. I hope to have more to post in a week or so.

Holy cow, you are so quick! I didn't think you would have any posted so quickly and I absolutely LOVE them! Thank you, thank you for letting us have the opportunity of working with you. I can't wait to see the rest. :)
That last one is breathtaking. Honestly!
Okay call me crazy, but I have a question... how in these pictures do you have it so their faces look so well lit?? I know you were in a grove of trees, but their faces are so bright??

Just curious!! And I love these pictures by the way. Great job.
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