It was so much fun taking portraits for this extended family at the Newport Beach Pier. The twins and their cousin were so adorable! They were so interested in the sand that it was hard to get them to look at the camera. We got a ton of shots that I just love. Here’s a few of them:
It was tons of fun corralling these four young cousins for family portraits at the park yesterday. They all wanted to run off in different directions, but we managed to get them to sit still for a few good shots. Here’s some of my favorites.
I had so much fun capturing holiday images and two year old portraits of this family’s twins. It is such a joy to photography them each year. Even with two two year olds, we managed to get a bunch of cute shots. Here’s a few of my favorites.
I had the pleasure of taking multi-generation family portraits for this lovely family earlier this week. We did shots of the kids, grandfather and the boys, each family and the whole group. The kids were really troupers, despite the length of the session and all the poses we put them through.
It was so much fun to do this family’s portraits this morning. I’ve done portraits for these adorable children many times in the past. They are all so good at posing for the camera and have the most adorable smiles. Here’s a few of my favorites from the many cute shots I was able to get today.
This morning I had the pleasure of doing family portraits for a family that I have been doing portraits for since their son was a newborn. It is hard to believe that he is now almost four years old and his baby sister is now two. It is so much fun to take pictures of the same kids as they get older. Here’s a few of my favorite shots from their session.
I had so much fun photographing this family at the Huntington Beach Pier this weekend. Their girls are both just gorgeous. The girls were more interested in playing in the sand and water than in taking pictures. We managed to get a lot of really cute shots anyway. It was super hard to pick just a few for the sneak peek. My “Golden Beach” processing has been used on the first three images. This processing is available to any beach image upon request.