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Eliana Grace

| April 11th, 2012

One of my favorite thing  is documenting my clients mile stones through life.   As a mother and wife,  I find it such an honor to share this journey with my clients.   So I have to share some snapshots of my journey with this beautiful couple both inside and out.  My journey with them started on this day.   (Which remains one of my all time favorite wedding photos that Stephanie and I photographed together.  You can visit wedding website at www.albrightshotz.com.)

 A couple of years later…  Notice anything different?

Then a couple of months later,  the long awaited arrival of beautiful Eliana in my studio at three weeks old.  You better believe I was excited to meet her!

We finally wore her out, and I was able to get some sleeping pictures.

Newborn Joy

| August 15th, 2011

I like to see those little bundles of joy in my studio within the first 11 days of life, while they are still sleepy, moldable and foldable. The newborn session is typically done in studio.

Newborns do take up a surprising amount of time, and those sweet curled up sleepy shots take endless patients.  The baby is the boss at these sessions, and I just can’t rush ‘em.  These sessions typically lasts between 2 to 3 hours depending on the needs of the child, so be prepared to get comfy and stay for a while.  For this reason, I only schedule one newborn on any given day.

Though I can’t predict when your little bundle is actually going to make his/her appearance into the world, I can at least get you penciled in on our calendar.  Please call during your pregnancy in order to ensure your space.  Then, put me on your call list and let me know as soon as your little one has arrived.

 

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  1. Carolyn

    several test comments here on this post

  2. Carolyn

    and another one

  3. Carolyn

    and some more test comments here on this post

  4. Carolyn

    And just a couple more to see how more than 4 will look