Wedding and bridal shoots are not something I typically shoot. But I couldn’t refuse when a dear residential client I regularly shoot for asked me to do her wedding. This client is the absolute easiest to work with. Even with her laid back attitude, I put so much stress on myself to capture this special day. Not to mention this is the first time I have spent five hours on my feet for a shoot. So, I have to give mad props to wedding photographers out there!
This is my first year to do bluebonnet mini sessions and I can see what all the fuss is about. The bold colors of the bluebonnets makes for such an amazing backdrop. Only downfall is how to plan outdoor mini session in advance during the rainy season. Here are some of my favorites of the season!
I keep going back and forth on if I want to do wedding photography. So I decided to take a mock wedding workshop. I still haven’t decided if I want to add wedding to my services, but sure do love how much beauty a wedding day offers. I just feel like not all brides/grooms will be as easy as paid models 😂
I travelled to Alvin, Texas to do a portrait session for relatives. Have to make the most of a traveling session. So, I got to capture three generations during the family portrait session, followed by a Sweet 16 session, and a one year milestone session. This park in Alvin had the best backgrounds for the shoot!