With the holiday photography craze in full swing, I’ve decided to open up a couple dates for mini-sessions. Mini-sessions are perfect for families wanting a few images to share on holiday greeting cards and gift prints for merry-making. Here are the details.
Sunday, November 3: Downtown Fort Worth, TX
Times Available: 9:30, 10:30, 3:30, 4:30
Saturday, November 9: Katherine Rose Memorial Park, Mansfield, TX
Times Available: TBD, 2/3 slots
$125, due at booking
30-45 minute session
- 10/12 fully processed images in an online viewing gallery
- 2 full resolution digital images for holiday cards and gift prints
(print release is valid for sizes up to 8×10)
Holiday Digital Image Packages:
5 Full Res Images for $150
10 Full Res Images for $250
Print pricing details can be found here: http://suchislifephoto.com/pricing-details/
Call or email me with the subject line “Holiday Mini-Session” to reserve your spot.
As promised in this engagement post, here are the long-awaited wedding day pictures for Jerome and Marie. We spent the week in gorgeous Panama while celebrating the marriage of this sweet couple on the beach. The wedding was a light-hearted, intimate gathering of close friends and family. A day that I hope these images will help them cherish forever. I am always honored to have the privilege of spending special days with my clients, no more so than on this day, with my dear friends. I wish them all the best and a lifetime of happiness together! Hope you enjoy a glimpse of wedding day.
Well hello! Yep, I’m still here, although the extended break might have made you think otherwise. Let me take a second to apologize for the lack of posts these past few months. After the crazy holiday season, I thought I would take a month off from blogging and, as you can see, that turned into a few months. As much as I love sharing recent sessions with my readers, blogging tends to fall in last place behind other business and family responsibilities. But don’t worry, I think I have a helpful solution that will get those pictures out to my followers and still leave me with some extra family time.
Moving forward, I think I’ll try out a new plan. As much as I love sharing a little about each fabulous client featured on the blog, it’s really the thing that holds me back from getting the posts live. The pictures are ready to go. And let’s be honest here….as witty and charming as my little intro blurbs are …..I know that most of my followers want to see the pictures when they subscribe to a photography blog. So, in the next few weeks and months I’ll begin catching you up on several of the sessions you missed the first part of this year. If I have time to write a feature story I will, and if not, you’ll just get the images. I hope my followers and clients understand where I’m at right now. Love to all of you! The next post will have pictures……promise!!
Hope you are enjoying the New Year! My family and I took a late trip home to see family after finishing up the crazy holiday season. I am just now getting some time to think about 2012 and am excited for all that it will bring.
Here are a few from a session during that crazy holiday time. The “children” wanted to give their parents a portrait for Christmas. My job is easy when you are working with such beautiful people. Yep guys, sorry, I just called you beautiful too. I think I processed their session in record time, not much editing needed! I’ll try to get some of the other holiday family sessions posted soon. Hope you enjoy!
I’m kind of excited to finally be blogging this session. In part, because I just love these two close friends and am happy to have had the opportunity to work with them for their engagement pictures…..and also, because it finally gives me a valid reason to talk about one of my other loves in life, Ultimate. I think it was first mentioned in this post but there wasn’t really a good reason to elaborate.
There are a few images below of Jerome & Marie with discs. To clarify, they aren’t just overly obsessed with frisbees, well, they are, but that’s not why they included them in their engagement photos. You see, they met and fell in love with each other while playing Ultimate, it was only right to take a few shots with a couple of their favorite discs. You know, some people fall in love over coffee, some people fall in love at frisbee. And yes, that is where I met them, a couple of years ago, and it didn’t take me long to know that I would need to start carving out some time each week to play this sport too.
So here are my top 5 reasons you should play Ultimate:
5 – It’s one of the fastest growing sports in America, don’t be the last one to try it out.
4 – All the fun you are having will make you forget how much exercise you are getting.
3 -Opportunity to travel and meet new people. Check out Marie’s disc, Vegas anyone?
2 – There’s a Championship Series. Yep.
1 - And this one should be obvious from this post, but you might just meet the love of your life.
Anyway, sorry to Jerome and Marie for hijacking their moment to talk about Ultimate instead. Somehow I think they will be good with it. It was fun spending the afternoon with you during this session. Hope you enjoy your pictures, can’t wait for the big day!