One day I might actually be able to catch up with my blog. This fall season was a busy with with mini sessions , regular sessions and several newborn sessions. I enjoyed every second of it with such wonderful families, so below is a sneak peak from some of my sessions.
Finally finished this years fall mini sessions. Now its time to edit all of them. I have completed some of them and below are a few pictures of the wonderful families I got to capture.
This year I had decided to spread out my fall mini sessions thru a couple months instead of picking two full days. Im already half way done thru my mini sessions for this fall and wanted to share a few of the photos. Its be great seeing some of my repeat families and meeting new families.
I can't believe Fall is around the corner, our summer sure flew by. With that being said that means its time for fall mini sessions. I am doing things a little different this year. Instead of having them all on on day, I have having them spread through out a couple months and it will only be two sessions a day. They will be held in different locations. This time you can sign up for the mini session thru this link and pick the time and date you would like the session. If there are any questions please drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
My baby girl is turning 3 months, my bday is in a few days, and its beautiful fall weather, how could we not take some family photos. We headed over to the manassas battlefield, took turns with my hubby taking photos of each other. So happy my husband is getting a handle of how to use my camera
Fall mini sessions were a success. We had a beautiful day and it was great reconnecting with my families. Here are a few pictures from the sessions
Info on the Fall Mini sessions have been posted. These are the only mini sessions I will be doing this fall because I'm still trying to get a schedule down with a new baby.
I will be doing full family sessions but then again, very limited sessions this fall.
Its the Fall and we have a cute baby, best place to go would be Cox farms in Centreville. Plenty of pumpkins, hay, and fall props everywhere.