{Amelia :: 1 month}


It's so fun and strange how the universe allows things to work. I've been really wanting to refine my style of photography and be able to show people what I mean when I say lifestyle photography with an artistic stance.
Then Beth called me.

My big sister was best friends with Beth growing up and she tended to always be at our houe or us at hers, she baby sat me growing up and likes to still tell stories about how much of a hellion I was. And now here we are, I'm photographing her husband, her child and their house. 

Amelia is a treat, she was so sweet, and even though we were working in some serious heat(108 degrees!) with practically no airconditioning to speak of, she was perfectly happy sleeping and watching us move around. I'm hoping to see so much more of this amazing child in the coming days/months.

























9 comments:

  1. In the words of Mema "what a doll-baby!" Such an adorable family. You made me feel like I was visiting with them through your photos. Great job Sarah!

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    1. And that my dear waas exactly what I'm going for. Thank you.

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  2. What a sweet little baby. I love the faces that newborns make. My little boy is 9 months and I can't believe he is that old already! I remember when he was just a sweet little newborn. Great pictures!

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  3. Your style is beautiful! Of course the baby is just precious, but I also love all the little details that make their home unique to this family. Maybe to us it just looks like a sponge, but I'm sure it will bring back a flood of memories of washing bottles and cleaning up spills as a family. I love that you don't only show a beautiful little baby, but paint the whole picture of what it was like to live a normal day with this sweet bundle. I'm sure these will be treasured!

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First off thank you so much for looking at my work! I read every comment and I try my hardest to respond to every single one. I love hearing what others think or feel about my photography.