10 things I'm thinking while I shoot a session

October 02, 2018  •  1 Comment
 

First of all, I want to be like this little boy when I grow up.  He was so amazing! He gave the best super hero pose ever, and his airplane was just spot on.  He is exactly the reason why I love 2 and 3 year olds.

Ty's family wanted this session to focus on him, as his third birthday is coming up soon and these are his three year old photos. However, I couldn't help including mom and dad and baby brother in some of the pictures too. ❤️

Just in case you are wondering, here are a few of the things that go through my head while I'm shooting.

  1. Where is the light?
  2. Are there boogers in his nose?
  3. How can I help them relax?
  4. What kind of connections can I capture?
  5. Are everyone's eyes open?
  6. Where is the light?
  7. How can I tell their story?
  8. Where is the light?
  9. What kind of details do I see?
  10. What moments would I want captured if I was this mom?

Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session Three Year Old Portrait Session at Aspen Grove ParkTy's Three Year Old Portrait Session

Don't forget to purchase tickets to have your photo made with Santa at the Spring Station Holiday Market on December 1.  Proceeds go to help Spring Station Middle School Purchase technology.  Don't wait because these are going fast!!


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Crystal Freemon Photography, Spring Hill TN Family Portrait PhotographerCrystal Freemon Photography, Spring Hill TN Family Portrait Photographer


Hi, friends!  Welcome to my blog! I’m an engineer turned family photographer, obsessed with chasing light and capturing real moments. I believe family portrait sessions should be fun! I’m a hockey mom, Predators fan & retired PTO president.  I picked up the camera when my youngest was a baby and fell in love with documenting our life as a family. Don't wait to book a session to capture your family's special memories today! 

 

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