Wednesday, December 18, 2013

2013 Favorites

Once again, I have NOT kept up on my blog....should that be a 2014 resolution?  Perhaps!!!  In the meantime, here are my 2013 "Year in Review" favorites from my Facebook page.

My First Shot at GoPro photography - our trip to Turks & Caicos on a baby moon

One of my favorite Senior Shoots

I didn't do much extended exposure this year like I wanted, but I am glad I got out this evening

My favorite photography family - MY SISTER!!!! 
One of the best little newborns this year

Another from my sister's shoot

The moon during the forest fires near here 
A fun pregnancy shoot from a friend that gave birth not long after (only 2 weeks before me!)

An anniversary shoot at a tree farm

Last minute, urban, maternity shoot for a friend's 2nd baby

This was the FINAL shot of the night at this wedding

A little playing around in Photoshop

Forgive the quality (this was downloaded from facebook), but this is my daughter's favorite thing to do with my hubby

Another of the Anniversary Shoot - final shot of the evening

The baby shoot that changed my method and helped me out tremendously!

These twins are related to the baby directly above!

I love details!

This was of me at 30 weeks pregnant (talking my husband through how to take my picture!)

Another fun one from an engagement shoot

During the Super Harvest Moon, my daughter and I ran outside 
A fun urban shoot in the Pearl District in Portland with a former student

Babies in Hospitals - probably my FAVORITE thing to shoot

Trying out glitter

Capturing emotion at weddings

My daughter playing with glitter

My son and daughter (took 20 minutes to talk her into holding him!) 
One of my sons first photos - glad I brought my camera to the hospital!

His baby announcement

A mini family shoot in cold weather that turned out beautiful

3 weeks old - I know I will treasure this one

Talked her into wearing the coat and now she won't take it off

2 comments:

  1. Curious what lens you used for the one captioned: "Another fun one from an engagement shoot." I like the composition. :-)

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    1. Oh sure!! That is just a 50mm/1.4 :)

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