Peace and Pandemonium

Thursday, September 22, 2011


The Oeser Family

Kicking off my family portrait season this year is the Oeser family.
This is my first time photographing a family in my new studio.

Oh, you haven't heard yet? Yep, I now have a studio! It's A.W.E.S.O.M.E.
It has a very different vibe than shooting outside in nature and I really really like it.
Everything is so clean and minimalistic.
The photos made in this space have to be more about relationships and less about the pretty scenery.
Dont get me wrong, I love pretty scenery.
But for me, as the artist, shooting in a studio is a very big and exciting challenge.
I have upmost respect for those who shoot in studios regularly.
It. Is. Not. Easy.
I have a lot of learning to do but I am so excited to get better.

The Oesers have grown so much since the last time I photographed them.
Wow. It was painful to add that link. But hey, we all gotta start somewhere. :)
I'm so thankful that Julie hired me a second time so that I could work with these darling triplets and their big brother all over again.
You guys are such a wonderful family and our evening together was my complete pleasure.

Digital and film images.
Kodak Portra 160VC

That is one seriously cute family & you documented this stage in their lives SO well! I know it was tough for you but I'm glad you added the link because it's good to be reminded that we're all evolving in the ways that we 'see' and create. That's what makes the photographic process so creative & challenging ... it wouldn't be fun otherwise, now would it?! :-D
I love them. I can't tell you one I like more then the other, they're all amazing and unique, just the way I like! Perfect. Carter asked if we could go there again...I think he had fun! :-)
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