The last time I photographed this family, they were expecting a little one in January. He has arrived and was all smiles for his (almost) 6 month photos. His lovely older sister was also in good spirits for most of the session…which provided some good photos! Really enjoying getting to know this artistic family!
I first photographed this couple when they came down to the Red River Gorge in the fall of 2010 for their engagement session. And then their wedding…next were the newborn pics…and finally a few days ago for the little one’s yearly photos. Why is this so special? Because they drive two hours each way for me to document their family. One day, I hope to make it to Louisville to photograph them in their home.
This spring has been hopping with children’s portrait sessions. This one from this past Sunday is from a family that I have been photographing since the oldest was 6 months old. During that session, I took a photograph of her that her father has proclaimed to be his favorite photo of her. My goal for this session was to create a new favorite photo…I hope I succeeded!
On a Friday afternoon a couple of weeks ago, Tabitha and Travis decided to drive to the Red River Gorge with their closest friends and family for their Tiny Wedding ceremony. Afterwards, they all drove back home to their eastern Kentucky town to go to a concert. Tabitha forgot to bring a change of clothes, so she just went in this beautiful pink wedding dress! Oh, to be young and free again!
Love Letter from Tabitha:
I just looked through all the pictures and I just wanted to tell you that we LOVE them! They are absolutely stunning and everything that I imagined them to be! Again, thank you so so much. You and Dave ere wonderful to work with! Trav and I are going to have such a hard time narrowing down our picks to 75! (We may just have to have them all!).
This particular Friday the Red River Gorge was a magical place! Emily and Jacob knew they wanted to get married on Sky Bridge and were not about to let a few raindrops stop them. With just a few minutes before we were to hike out to the ceremony site, it started to pour. We waited it out and behold the rain practically stopped enough for me to operate my camera (not without a groomsman with a very big umbrella close by my side). The end result was an amazing experience with fog and all.