Oh my goodness you all!! I can't even begin to tell you how many times I have attempted to post this blog!! I'm not kidding...literally over a month and at least an attempt or two a day...so you do the math!! But thank goodness!! That is a story for another day but I can FINALLY get this gorg senior session up!!! And it is one you don't want to miss!! This past fall, I had the honor of capturing Tory's senior portraits!! It was hard to believe that I had never had a senior session with the
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I love this girl! Before I even met Kailey, her mom and I had e-mailed and there were so many similarities between Kailey and I that I couldn't wait to meet her in person! Kailey is the absolute sweetest and has such a bright future ahead of her! Currently in school, Kailey is in show choir and a soprano-just like me!! Being in show choir were some of the best memories that I will always cherish and I know Kailey feels the same way! It was so fun to hear about their set list and their competitions
This girl may truly be one of the sweetest girls I have ever met and after meeting her mom as well, I know that's where she gets it! The one thing that I absolutely love about Maymont is that we get to walk all over which gives me more time to get to know my Seniors and their moms. As I was about to have my little girl, I got to learn about Jenna and how closer her sister and her are and that got me so excited! Not to mention to hear how close their family is and...
I can not tell you how much fun I had the other day shooting this “session”. A big thank you to Miss Shannon for helping me with some promo material for Senior sessions and for some winter light practicing. We headed on over to a local park for what was supposed to be only fifteen minutes and to get two or three shots but of course that never happens with me:-) I am definitely an over-shooter as we photographers like to call it and when you have some good light and a subject that is just too much fun, I try to squeeze in as much as I can! So, what was supposed to be two to three images and fifteen minutes turned in to half an hour and 200+ images, narrowed down to about 50 images.