Well I did it!
Here is my 4th and final blog post for my “One Image a Day in March Challenge!”
Some days I didn’t make anything worth sharing and some days I had a hard time narrowing it down, I even skipped a day or two.. But all in all it was a great reminder that I need to keep documenting my family regularly. It brings me so much joy!
I love looking at my family and my life one step removed – through the lens. It helps me to appreciate everyone and all the small moments we share. Sometimes I go through cycles where I spend too much of my life behind the camera (and computer) and I need to come back to living, but usually it helps me to be more present.
While doing this, I’ve also noticed a desire to get more creative with my business portraiture as well – which has been fun.
It was definitely a great experience and stretching those muscles was very needed. Thanks for tuning in! My family and I have a surprise brewing so keep an eye out!
A big black truck pulls up into the park and out hops a momma and her two kids – Kari, Shelby, and Jacob. Jacob cautiously approaches the rest of us with a coy slight smile that tells me he’s interested but we’re going to have to work for it!
And work for it, we did! While I was photographing sweet Shelby, Erin (my business partner, laugh specialist, child herder, marketing guru, sister, pack mule extraordinaire) was scheming with Jacob behind a tree..
With Kari and Shelby lying down, Jacob would run from behind the tree and jump on (body-slam) them. Just like his favorite wrestlers do! By the end we got lots of really fun images, and mom and sister were only a little sore. 😉
Kari said her face hurt from all of the laughing and that she was so glad to get some high-end images of her family. I hear about it all too often, how Mom is never in any of the pictures! We got some really sweet moments captured, that really showcases the kindness that Kari has for her “babies.”
A photograph a day in March has been a success so far! Here is week two!
To jumpstart my personal work back up, I’ve set a goal to make at least one photograph per day in March. Here is week one.
These images hit close to home because in them are my niece and nephew (and their parents, of course)! I’m so grateful that we captured their little lives and expressions from this very specific time period. Shortly after this session Gage started walking (he could waddle a few steps at this point) and Sadie had a big growth spurt. They change so fast!
We started this session out with some posed portraits which Gage obliged but was not loving. We got what we needed from that and then just played around after that. Lots of spinning, tickling, and laughing – those images turned out to be my favorites. Love these monsters!