Here are two more lovely ladies. The first is one of my fellow leaders and the second is one of the Young Women I get to work with. Both are beautiful and sweet!
I serve in the Young Women organization in the church that I attend and belong to. The Young Women include girls from the ages of 12 to 18. I love my position. The Young Women in the ward that I attend decided that they wanted to do a photography night, where we were able to discuss a little bit about lighting; as part of the photography night, I would also that take their portraits. They are all very beautiful young women and we had a lot of fun doing so. We were even able to take some portraits of the leaders and the girls posed them. Here are two of the Young Women I was able to take portraits of that night. Don't worry, there's more coming in the next post or two.
It's amazing what you can find around a road, and I love the background for the entire shoot!
She is so sweet, but you can see from her portrait above she can be sassy too!
More to come soon!
I had the opportunity to take this handsome young man's portraits in a few different places. I'm slowly learning of good places to take portraits in this area, but I will hopefully find more as the weather warms and I go out and about.
Aaron is leaving for his mission to the West Indies July 10, 2013 where he will speak French. I don't know if there is a lot of variation in French, but his Dad spoke French on his mission as well. Pretty cool huh?
The Oquirrh Mountain Temple is his home temple so it was pretty appropriate to start there for his mission pictures.
What a handsome young missionary!
If I remember right, this is the Trinidad flag where the West Indies Mission office is located.
These are seven of the ten flags representing the multiple islands Aaron will be serving in.
I love this picture of him, it was so much fun to make Aaron smile. Not only fun, but easy!
He wants to end up as a medical student at the U (University of Utah) as a Medical student. He currently is doing his externship for his medical assisting. Pretty impressive for a Senior in high school.
Aaron has some of the most handsome blue eyes I've ever seen and this wall behind him, makes them pop out even more!
Thanks Aaron for letting me take your Mission and Senior Portraits. I wish you luck on your mission and hope that you are able to serve the Lord and those he needs you to serve faithfully and diligently.
Labels: Senior Portraits
The ski resorts are still open here in Utah, something that someone from Idaho isn't used to. As part of our last night on the mountain I did a quick photo shoot of Thing 1. Daddy wasn't able to come with us because he had to study for an exam/certification. Unfortunately we are done for the season and will hopefully will be up skiing more often next season. I hope that we will someday have our family picture done while we're skiing. Could you imagine a Senior Photo shoot in the mountains with their snowboard or skis? I can! Awesome!!!
My handsome little boy and model has done an awesome job for me. When it gets warmer and we are out and about more, I plan to restart my "Where I Live" series.
Check that out! I'm totally biased, but he's my awesome model mainly because his poses are natural and I don't have to coach him!
Being only 5 he's gotta be goofy once in a while!
Love this one! But it's also terrifying because he looks so much older!
This is my favorite shot of set! One sharp little ski dude!
"Hurry up Mom! Ski time's a wastin'!"
He was taking his glasses off and looking at me, so I just couldn't resist the "How you doin'?" look.
I love the faces he makes!
And of course, I can't help posting this one! A true 5 year old, laughing at his Mom who has tripped over her ski boots and is laughing too.
One of the families I miss from Idaho. Why you ask? Well first off this is my sister's family. Second, they moved to South Dakota last June. Third, my first niece was born after they moved so this was the first time I got to meet her! Am I bitter, no! Not at all! Okay...maybe a little :)
It was freezing outside and the boys had just gotten up from their naps, so these were their best smiles outside.
After some Twizzlers they were much happier and willing to smile for their Mommy and Aunt!
My favorite picture from the whole shoot! These big brothers love their baby sister, and aren't afraid to show it. She loves being doted on by them too if you can't tell.
Love her chubby cheeks! She looks so much liker her redheaded big brother!
And of course the beautiful parents to those cute kids!
We love and miss you guys!