Family Session

My assistant and I reached Everett Bridge early to check the area out (permit obtained). As we got out of the car we noticed an extended-family all wearing red, with 2 little dogs; our client and her family had gotten to the area early as well! After both sets of people checked out the spots, we decided it would be best to start early due to the impending doom of Ohio’s weather.

Got excellent group shots of everyone in front of the bridge, then paired up different people. We then ventured away from the bridge a little bit, to the river below for more shots. Lastly we headed back up to the bridge area, and went to the right of it – for there was a little trail with purple/white flowers on both sides – so beautiful! We felt a little rain then, but then it stopped to our relief.

We ended at a little section away from the bridge – it was squared off under a little grove of trees and had the same purple/white flowers.
Everyone had a great time and got fantastic  shots! The area and weather was perfect for a beautiful family session.

Thanks everyone! We had a great time!


Children Session

The session went really well! We met at 5:30PM at a beautiful local golf course, where my client works. She brought along her niece and little nephew for the session. The weather was perfect! There was a total of 3 adults (including me) and it sometimes took all 3 of us to get the little boy’s attention for the photos (he will be 2 in the fall) – we were laughing so hard on and off throughout the session! We’d ask the little girl to kiss her little brother, which she did – but then would pull him down to the ground and fall on top of him. After a while of this, (and us tell her not to do that..) he was done with it – so we quickly changed gears for the both of them so there wouldn’t be any tears. It was really cute seeing the little boy get excited about the golf cart, and both kids “drove” away in their own cart.

It was a fun evening 🙂
I got great shots! I can’t wait to show the client and her family this weekend!