i know i say this a lot, but it bears repeating: i have the best job ever. i was lucky enough to spend a few hours this past weekend with these super cute babies and kiddos. look at this sweetness!!
what is going on with this crazy weather?? i love sweater weather as much as the next girl, but not in july!!
these lovely ladies braved the super chilly (and windy) weather and we hit the beach for a beautiful mother and daughter portrait session. they warmed up by snuggling in
when i moved to milwaukee, one of the first things i fell in love (after my husband, ha) with was the beaches of lake michigan. i grew up in st. louis where the only water we had was the mississippi, not exactly beach photo worthy!
i love being able to photograph families on the beach <3
this family defines beauty, inside and out. i’m lucky to photograph them every year, and a lot of you are lucky to know the mama (st. louis photographer keri dummerth) who is often running around the studio during portrait day, spreading her happiness and excitement (yes, she travels to milwaukee just for portrait day!). all seven of these guys just exude joy and sweetness. i love them
“I have a great DSLR but no idea how to use it.”
“I bought this amazing camera but still shoot on auto.”
“My expensive camera is still in the box because I don’t know how to use it.”
“f/what? shutter who?”
Does any of this sound familiar? Over and over again, I hear from friends, family and clients that they have these amazing cameras but just haven’t been able to dedicate the time to learn how to use it to it’s potential. Because of this, I’m happy to announce another complimentary camera class. Bring yourself, your camera and a friend if you’d like! This will be a casual little class to help you get familiar with your camera and it’s functions. Expect a small amount of instruction and a lot of Q&A.
Thursday, August 15, 7-9pm
Thursday, September 12, 7-9pm
This event is FREE but requires registration as space is limited. If you’re able to join us, just send me a quick email to let me know to expect you: email@example.com Please include your name, email, phone number and which evening you’d like. Questions? Let me know!