Whatta year!! SO GRATEFUL. We had a wonderful time. We learned a lot. We upgraded equipment. We had so much fun meeting so many new people.
Thank you so much for your love, support and friendship. I enjoy sharing your happy moments and I look forward to sharing some new projects, mini sessions and printing options for next year with you soon!!
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
Heather & Glen contacted us to capture their "fur babies" for her Christmas card. We started talking about parks but one of the fur babies is getting a little older and Glen requested that their home be the location. DONE!! Apollo Beach is so beautiful and they have a beautiful spot right on the river that you can see they enjoy very much. After the session, Heather and I started chatting about our jobs. Heather is a licensed social worker too!! :) She does in home counseling/therapy in the Riverview area through her company, A Better Chapter. If you need her services, you can phone her at 813-230-9494.
It was so nice to meet this family and we wish them a very Merry Christmas!! :)
In the photo above, you can see our portable photo booth set up in the garage!! I love that we can bring the studio to where you are. We offer photo booth services for weddings if you need us "shoot" over an email. - Cheesy photographer humor. Someone asked me this evening if I take photos of pets?? Yes. In fact, some of those pet photos have been published more than one time. I've studied dog and equine photography and I really enjoy capturing what I refer to as "fuzzy children."
Oscar is a happy dog as you can see in the portrait below. He sits so well when the camera comes out like he knows what I'm going to ask and he loves up the attention. He's had to make so many adaptations since Bryan was born. Some of the fantastic --extra snacks because the beady begging eyes work on the little fry so well!! And some not so wonderful such as being followed around when he wants to be left alone. There's also having to give up morning lounge time on the bed because baby is there. Other than those little caveats, life is great for Oscar P. Or as the kids in the facility used to call him very loudly O.P.!