This bright little girl lit up the park in her fifteen minutes in the spotlight. She had a lot to say about being a big sister, and her new baby sis. The sun was bright and the weather just a little on the cool side with a great breeze. Smiles were easy to come by, but we were constantly straightening windblown hair. Still the effect created some great portraits.
There were so many great spaces to take portraits in this park from the waterfront to park benches. Sister here gravitated to the rocks in front of the pond. After getting a couple of shots on the waterfront, we move to a park bench in the shade. After smiling for a while it can become hard for some kids to hold a natural smile. Their poor little muscles can get tired very fast when they art trying to put a smile on. I began talking to her and asking about her favorite things. As she began to think and talk about things that made her happy she forgot that we were taking portraits. Her expressions became natural and relaxed, and this is when I lifted the camera up. These poses made the best portraits.
Mom appreciated the natural looking portraits that captured the essence of her daughter. She also appreciated the relaxed nature of the session. These are one of a kind art pieces.
Mini session offer a great opportunity to update your portraits without putting a dent in the pocket book. Throughout the year Liane Candice Photography hosts picture day’s for local organizations and their members. These sessions can either be used as a member benefit or as a fundraiser. Either way families take home grate artwork. If you and interested in hosting or participating in a Mini-session please contact Liane Candice Photography at 832-529-2788.