Posts tagged ‘greenville sc portrait photographer’

13 May 2011

Jennie Raff {greenville sc portrait photographer}

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Do you remember my first ever photo session? A little less than a year ago with my sweet friend Jennie. We went out again, this time to ICAR, the same place I went a few months ago with Jaclyn. Nothing pleases me more to see the difference in the quality of photos I took then and now. Glad to know my hard work is paying off! :)
 
 
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When we first got to ICAR, we were gathering stuff to head out and I realized I had forgotten my camera at her house! Oh no! So, she snapped lots of photos of me and I took a few of her with her camera. Though, to be honest, I don’t know if any of them turned out that great. She shoots Nikon and those cameras confuse me! ;) So, we went back to Jennie’s for a clothing change and I grabbed my camera.
 
 
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I could not stop squealing while taking these photos of Jennie. The location was just perfect and the lighting? It was amazing!!
 
 
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Not to mention I had a gorgeous model to work with ;)
 
 
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After taking photos at ICAR, we headed downtown to the Rock Quarry Garden for some pictures with a more natural backdrop.
 
 
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Love these azaleas!
 
 
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Thanks Jennie for a such a fun day! :)
To see the rest of Jennie’s photos, go here.
To see the photos Jennie took of me, go here.

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16 April 2011

the many faces of Jaclyn {greenville, sc photographer}

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My friend Jaclyn recently got a new DSLR and so we scheduled a photo date to hang out and have fun with photography. We went to ICAR (International Center for Automotive Research) which is a Clemson campus, I think, and were able to get some great nature shots as well as some with an industrial background.

I love hanging out with this gal and had so much fun taking photos of and with her. Jaclyn has her own photography blog that you can view here!

13 March 2011

Elyse Anne {greenville, sc baby photography}

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Meet cute little Elyse Anne! She has such a beautiful story. My friends Steven & Heather really wanted a baby. And, as sometimes happens in life, God had plans for them that were different than their own. I could write a novel. But it is neither my novel to write, nor do I have the time. So, let me skip to the end and say that Steve & Heather thought they were going to adopt this gorgeous little baby girl. And, unfortunately, the birth mother changed her mind.

Flash forward about a month later and I show up to a party for little Jasmine, and Heather is there with a baby and introduces the baby as her own! I was shocked and almost speechless. I think I said, “WHAT?” about five times. The birth mother, a teen mom, changed her mind again and decided to give the baby to Steve and Heather! I am so excited for them and don’t know anyone more eager to be parents! That baby is so loved.

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I had been itching to photograph a wee one so Heather graciously invited me over to try my hand at newborn photography with Elyse.

Well, even though she was so tiny, she had lots of energy! I quickly realized that to get “newborn” photos, photographers really mean it when they say the baby needs to be fresh out of the oven.

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Despite having no props and a wriggling little one, I think I still got some really adorable shots.

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Want to know what Elyse and I have in common? We share a middle name! I love finding someone else that spells “Anne” with the “e” on the end.

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Thank you, Heather, for letting me take photos of your sweet little girl! She is adorable. :)

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