I am new to blogging. Is there such thing as adding too many pictures to a blog post? Okay, fine. I'll just add as many as I want. I know you'll want to see them. Ready, here I go.
We had such a fun time at my Uncle Bryant and Aunt Jodi's session. We had just been at Bear Lake for a few days so we were all a little exhausted and sun burnt. My Aunt Jodi is a champion for getting all of her family so beautiful after a *vacation* at the lake. I say vacation like that because vacations are exhausting! haha It's like wrestling a bag of snakes in an unfamiliar location. Just drop me off with a naked child in the middle of the sandy desert with out my child's bed. At least I had my mini van and baby wipes. I guess that's all you need when you are on vacation these days. Anyway, back to the point!
My sister-in-law had just shared a trick with me that the photographer at her family session used to make the children laugh. I don't know the name of the photographer or I would totally give her credit for her brilliant idea!
All I had to do was jump like a wiggly dolphin and these kids were laughing like crazy. It made for the cutest family picture. The best was when daddy did it. We got the sweetest smiles out my cute cousins! One of the things I love most about my photography career is making people smile in front of the camera. I do have to act like a goof, but it makes me proud to see people with their families happy and smiling. It is very rewarding to be apart of that.
I'm so glad I got to take pictures for multiple family members while I was in Idaho. I seriously have the most gorgeous family. Thanks Bryant and Jodi!
This was my second time using my new 70-200mm lens. Still love it! It is a little more difficult being so far away from the people, but I love the finished products! Any tips on 70-200mm lenses?
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.