You can tell by Carson's room that his parents are excited to meet him...everything is ready. I had the pleasure of photographing Melissa and her husband Jeff last night in their home, to help document the wait.
Sometimes it can be slightly intimidating to barge (well, not really barge, I was invited!) into someone's personal space - their home - and scout around, but neither Jeff nor Melissa were deterred when we completely re-arranged their entire kitchen to do some shots. I truly enjoyed hanging out with them and getting some images to help them remember this special time.
Here are a few pictures, and I'm excited to meet Carson this fall!
Their home is very inviting..I felt welcome from the minute I walked in the door.
Carson's room and crib are so cute...or should I say manly?
I just loved this little outfit, as well as the changing table!
Labels: family, maternity, portraits
I have known Amy for several years now, and tonight as I was preparing to post some of her maternity images on my blog, I realized something...at many of the important, life-changing moments in her life, I've been there to capture it. Engagement, marriage, now maternity, and soon newborn (yay!). Here's a quick stroll down memory lane.....
And the latest chapter, expecting....
Labels: family, maternity, portraits
Ahh....siblings, there's nothing quite like it! Even when one of your siblings has 4 legs. J, R and Toby the Dog can be a little wild but are always fun. :-)
with Toby, the oldest brother:
Sissy and Star get a little love:
Somewhat unscripted, but I like it!
awwww...even though they push each other's buttons, you can tell they love each other:
I believe all the bugs are worked out and the pictures are ready for viewing and ordering. Here's how to do it, along with other information:
1. Go to www.everydayyou.com/main.html
2. Click on Client Proof
3. Enter ekha for the username, abilene for the password
4. The pictures will begin to load, but some sections may take a while as there are a LOT of images
5. Classes are split up into sections following along with the showbill. The showbill can be downloaded by clicking HERE
(linked from the EKHA website)
6. The pictures in each gallery will automatically play as a slideshow. If you find this more than mildly annoying, it can be paused by clicking on the pause symbol on the lower right corner of the screen.
7. To order images, select the one you want (it will probably be easier of you pause the slideshow), then click on the add to cart button below the picture. You can select from 4x6, 5x7 or 8x10. If you have something else in mind, please contact me and I can work out an event price for it.
8. Once you have chosen the images you would like to order and have selected the sizes and quantities, click on the shopping basket on the left (which should have a total beside it). Once inside the basket, you can review your entire order. This is where you will fill in your personal information, along with any notes you might want to add. VERY IMPORTANT: In the Special Instructions section, please let me know if you live within the city limits of your town, or if your address is outside the city limits, and if it is outside the CL, please let me know what county you live in. This is so I can properly calculate sales tax. Also let me know if you want to mail a check or if you would like to be invoiced via Paypal (where you can pay with a credit or debit card).
9. I will contact you with the updated total including sales tax and any specialty items you may have added (which will need to be inquired about to me via email).
10. Wow, isn't that enough info? :-)
Hopefully this all makes sense and isn't too boring to read. I feel like I just typed a book for you! Please do not hesitate to let me know if you have any questions.
Labels: horse show