Family Beach Portraits | Perdido Key Photographer

October 02, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
This family portrait session took place in Perdido Key, Florida. We had a mixture of posed group shots as well as candids. I just find for family sessions with young children that it is best to spend about 10-15 minutes maximum for the posed shots. After that I focus on the candid shots and try to get into position for the other type of group shots...
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High School Senior Portrait in Perdido Key

September 27, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
This high school senior portrait session took place on the beach in Perdido Key. She was vacationing in Perdido Key with her family so she wanted the beach to be featured in the portraits. The day was just about perfect. We had plenty of sunshine to start off with and a nice breeze to keep things from feeling too muggy. We started out shooting in...
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Engagement Session in Gulf Shores | The Beach Club

September 25, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Normally when I do proposals, they are a surprise to the would be bride. However, this couple wanted and engagement type shoot and THEN the proposal. They were staying at the Beach Club in Fort Morgan near Gulf Shores, Alabama. It was a crowded evening on the beach but there were areas that made it look like it was empty. The shoot started out wit...
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Making Memories | Perdido Key Family Portrait Session

September 14, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I had strict orders from this client that she wanted beach memories with her 11 month old grandson. We got the usual posed family shots and they turned out great. Those are good shots of preserving who the family is at that moment, but they don't really make memories. The memories come from the candid moments just playing at the beach. After the gr...
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August Evening at the Fairhope Pier | 2017

August 18, 2017  •  1 Comment
This evening I wanted to get lighting strike photos at the Fairhope Municipal Pier. Weather forecast called for scattered thunderstorms. Once I got to the pier the lighting was no where to be seen but the remaining clouds created a beautiful late summertime sunset over Mobile Bay.
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