I love watching the kids grow up behind my lens. Ive been photographing this beauty since day 1. Literally.
Im loving the new babies in the burgh latley. I ESPECIALLY love when I get to do newborn photos for past wedding clients.
I was excited to go see Ashlyn and Ryan and meet baby S for her photos. She was a perfect model for her session if I do say so.
I LOVE in home lifestyle photography… Baby M got to be comfy and cozy in her own crib/home/parents arms for her session and it could not have gone any better. She was a rockstar. I don’t have to tell you that though, take a look for yourselves!
Leave a comment below on what your favorite image of baby M was! (Or if you’d like to schedule your own lifestlye photography in the Pittsburgh PA, Orlando FL, or Point Pleasant/Brick Town/ Toms River NJ area!!)
Film images from Around Aruba – and Renaissance Island.
It sure is One Happy Island!! I can not wait to go back.
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So if you’ve been keeping up with the blog, you know I am Disney obsessed. Yeah, it’s a problem. Anyway, I just recentley saw the movie Frozen with my sis-in-law (hey Kylie hey!) and let me tell you – I LOVE IT. It’s is absolutely in my top three favorite Disney movies. I can’t wait for it to come out on DVD.
SO while we are all stuck inside for the freezing cold weekend, I thought ‘Why not try an experiment?!’ I called my Mom and asked her if she had any bubbles. She did! (Yay) so I drove over to her house – grabbed the bubbles and one of my brothers and headed outside. I wanted to see if the bubbles would freeze, and what they would look like once that happened. We also added food coloring which didn’t work at all. ( oh well! )
It was pretty neat. We only stayed outside for a few minutes, but it was still pretty cool. (pretty cool, see what I did there? ha)
Take a look at what happened – All inspired by Disney’s Frozen!
This was the first bubble to freeze! It had just a line of food coloring on the top too. Yay!
I really liked ^ this one that was popped. It had a little food coloring at the very bottom that settled and it landed perfectly on our gate before it popped and frozen in place.
Anyway I was just playing around to keep fresh. You all should try blowing bubbles to see if they freeze next time its really cold out!! 🙂 Also, If you haven’t seen Frozen, go check it out!!