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Monday, October 21, 2013

Project 52 - Week 42

I won't bore you with telling you how busy last week was.  Because they've all been busy lately!  Mostly fun stuff though, which is good.  Instead I'll show you some of what kept me busy.  Here are a few photos from the sessions I did last week.

Sunday afternoon I photographed this lovely family.  Nikki and I have known each other for years and when she asked me to take their family photos, I was so excited.  And nervous.  Funny how I get nervous photographing people I know and not so much with strangers.  :)  We had fun though.

Monday I taught part two of a photography workshop.  This was a follow up session where the ladies could practice what I had taught them in part one.  Nick agreed to come model for us.  He did a good job.

Alyssa was also our model.  She's such a natural in front of the camera and I just love photographing her.  We have plans for more fun photo shoots.  We just need to make the time to do them.

On Friday I photographed this little guy.  He's turning one in a couple weeks and his grandmother wanted to surprise his mom with photos.  Developmentally he's not where most 1 year olds would be, more like 4-5 months, so I didn't have to chase him around or anything.  He pretty much stayed where we put him.  :)  He was a real sweetie.  

Friday afternoon I photographed an adorable couple.  They were married last November but didn't hire a photographer for their very small wedding.  The bride regretted that and was referred to me by a friend.  So they got all dressed up in their dress and suit and we had a blast taking pictures.  She had a lot of great ideas and was open to my suggestions which made them really easy to work with.  They even drove their 1982 Porsche to get some photos in/with.  Nick, who was my assistant, loved the car.  He loved their dog (whom they also brought along to be in some photos) even more though.  They wore each other out running around together.  The bride requested that I not share any of the photos online, and as much as it pains me not to :), I must honor that request.  So you'll just have to take my word for it that I got some really great shots.  ;)

Saturday morning, after a very rainy night,  I photographed Jason for his senior portraits.  It was a damp, chilly morning, but we still had a good time.  He was also pretty easy to work with and had some great ideas of his own.

I have two more seniors to shoot this week and a couple more sessions in the works and then I might get a break.  I've really been enjoying myself but I have so much editing to do, I feel guilty doing anything else.  Like writing this blog post.  :)  Which is why I need to go now!

I hope you have a great week!


Rainey said...

Lovely portraits, Kim! I'm sad we don't get to see the post-wedding pictures, but I'm sure they were fabulous! :-)

Tamar SB said...

These are great! You have such a talent!

Mersad said...

Really great shots. Love the quality too.

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said...

Holy smokes- you sure have been busy- great shots....all of them. So happy to see you doing portraits.

Kim Cunningham said...

So great that you are getting all these opportunities! Congrats! And they are all wonderful portraits!

packmom said...

Busy girl! Great shots. Love the fall background in your portraits. I'm sure the kids and their parents are thrilled with your work.