Tilleea has been a good friend of mine for the past couple of years. She is a fellow photographer and refered me a few clients when I moved to Arizona. The Allen's were moving their family to Washington, and Tilleea still needed to get her family photos done by me before she left. We did them just a couple of days before they loaded their truck.
I felt a little bit nervous to take pictures for Tilleea because I admire her photography skills. I feel nervous for every session because I want to produce amazing images, who am I kidding!
The Allen's introduced me to the most amazing place ever after our session! We went to The Soda Shop. It's the cutest, and most delicious! We got yummy cookies, and I got an orange type drink. I loved spending that time with them since I won't get to see them for a little while longer. I have loved getting to know them. They have genuinely enriched my life and made me a better person.
I hope they love and cherish their images forever. I love sharing about my photography and life; I would love if you left me a comment.
From a recent FB post:
This is not something I am perfect at...but it is something I feel strongly about. Sometimes we as human beings have a hard time loving ourselves. We call ourselves names and call out our flaws and imperfections especially when we are being photographed.
At the end of the day and the end of our lives, who will our photographs be for? Who will they be special to? The people who love us don't care about our flaws and imperfections that the camera picked up. They will not have even noticed because it is already something they love about us. They love us deeper. They love us no matter what extra pounds or imperfection we carry.
This life is worth documenting. You're worth documenting. You're lovable. You and your loved ones deserve to have pictures of you!
Hi there. I'm Nicole. I'm a small town girl from Idaho who loves photography, my Savior and my family. You'll find me in the mountains with my camera around my neck begging my husband, "lets just take one more picture of your S'more." I love to blog about my photography sessions, family life and much more! Come read along.