This sunny flower came out with us to Sand Key for photos to commemorate her first communion. Mom asked if we would mind including her little brother in a few shots and we were happy to oblige. I think it’s impossible not to fall in love with the results!
When life handed Pam Settle lemons she not only made lemonade she turned it into something to benefit her whole community. With her Good Living magazine she shines a spotlight on good people, good events, good adventures, good eating and good news from all around the Bay. As she says
We believe is that there is no better source of true, honest-to-goodness good news than the good people, good organizations and good companies who comprise this awesome community. We have much to be proud of and thankful for, but the voices that carry this news often can’t be heard under the dull roar of negativity and bad news that permeates most of our media. We are here to give those voices a place to shout.
Good Living is an awesome resource for beachcomber families who want to live happy, healthy lives supporting our local community and in peace with nature. Check out Good Living magazine and while you’re there take a minute to read Pam’s story of how this handsome charmer turned her life upside down only to make it into something bigger and better.
As parents you naturally want photos of your kids growing up…but what about after they’re grown? You don’t stop loving each other, or making memories together, just because the years have continued to pass.
(The hubs and I’ve been trying for years and no, no matter how much you tickle them they just won’t stop growing. ;p)
Sometimes the fact that everyone has grown up and gone their separate ways is the best reason to capture the moment on those rare occasions when you DO get together. These casual family beach portraits, taken when my sister and her crew were visiting from South Carolina, were the first time my siblings and I had been in any photos together since we were kids. I think you can see from the look on her face how much these multi-generational family photos meant to my mom..
If you’ve gone to the trouble of gathering the clan on the beach you want to make sure you come away with some fantastic images, images that show how truly cool and fun your family is as well as the bond of love between you. The kind of photos that will make you smile every time you look at them. So here’s a few tips on how to have a great Florida beach photo session with grandparents and grandkids: Continue reading “Three tips for great beach portraits with Grandma”
It was little Cameron’s first time ever at the beach, and he wasn’t quite sure what to do with that white stuff..
But big sister Katelyn was there to show him the way..
And we even got some gorgeous romantic beach portraits of mom & dad..
With its delicious variety of different backdrops it’s no wonder Pass-a-grille Beach is a popular place for local photographers. It seems like every time we go out there we see several, hehehe!
On the evening Tim captured these images of three Pinellas county sisters we were graced with thick cloud cover. I was totally digging the way the colors of sea and sky reflected in Shawnee’s eyes..
While sister Dakotah was workin’ it like a supermodel..
Youngest sister Sierra was busy being distracted by her bff who was along for the ride so we didn’t do many solo shots of her. But we’ve already scheduled a best friends photo safari for just the two of them so we’ll make up for it later. And we did capture some really stunning images of the sisters together..