Check out Carly’s senior portraits! I was so excited when Carly and her dad came in to design her session and she started talking about what she had in mind for her portraits and wanting to feature a few things that were important to her like her church. Well what better way to feature that than to have part of the session at the church! GT church is lovely outside so it was a beautiful location for her session. And since she wanted a little water too we headed over to Rock Springs to finish out her session.
This lovely lady is currently in Army National Guard basic training so we want to wish her luck, hope it’s going well and thank her for her choice to serve our country!
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Aren’t these two adorable?!? Ashley enjoys photography too and we first met the first time I was invited to teach at the Decatur Camera Club. The Club is an awesome group of photography enthusiasts and I was excited to be able to work with Ashley for our fall family mini sessions this year!
Fall did come a little late this year but we were able to capture a little of the golden yellow on these trees for this early fall session and, of course, we had to include their gorgeous pup too! These two have now welcomed a beautiful baby boy into their family, congratulations to you both!
Head on over to the Sarah Jane Photography Facebook Page and check out their image gallery to show this family some love and give them some LIKES! And be sure to keep an eye out for our fall family mini sessions coming up in early fall 2014!
Check out this gorgeous family and some of my favorite photos from their recent outdoor family session at Rock Springs. The Espinozas did such a great job coordinating for their session I just pinned them to our ‘What to Wear – Session Styles’ board on Pinterest!
The Espinoza family portrait would not have been complete without Oscar (of course all the other family members were must haves too!). I am a big fan of including your pets in every family session, after all they are part of the family! We produced a 30″ framed wall art piece for the Espinozas and, of course, it had to be of one including Oscar. And in my own home, the largest family portraits on my walls include a 50″+ canvas collage including my husband, myself and both our Yorkies, Bear & Lily… our home wasn’t complete in my mind until we had our whole family on our walls.
Families, if you’re ready for an SJP Family Portrait in 2014 be sure to call early. Spring and Fall are our most popular seasons for family portraits and we’re already filling fast so if you’re looking to get an SJP Family portrait on the wall this year the time to call is NOW. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your consultation and start your portrait experience.