Maybe I'm biased, but I do love it when fall rolls around and the leaves start to change color. Our weather can be a roller coaster ride of ups and downs, but eventually, the leaves change color and fall to the ground. Gabbie and I got together in a nice quiet park in Star to take advantage of some of the changing colors. The yellows in the leaves worked really well with her blonde hair, and made for a nice, bright outdoor series.
Like most people, Gabbie is taller than me, so I had her squat down for a few quick shots and got this beautiful image complete with some of the scenery.
I liked the perspective, but I also had Gabbie stand up and got a different perspective as well. From a standing position we we able to see Gabbie's bohemian look with the trees in the background, and again using the trees to lean against.
I teased Gabbie about being so serious and of course this gave her the giggles. I've said it before, I don't miss a good laughing shot. When she gained her composure, she got serious again and looked straight on to the camera to give great focus on her eyes. What a great look!
A large landscaping rock next to the tree gave us another option so Gabbie, so she took a seat and we kept shooting as the dark clouds began to roll in.
It was a quick shoot before the weather turned, but we were able to enjoy the fall colors and outdoor weather while it was still nice outside. During the winter months people tend to want indoor sessions. Fall sessions are just a great opportunity to get some scenery, work in great locations and just have fun being outdoors. When you're ready to head outdoors for your updated pictures, contact us. We're ready when you are.
Regardless of the season, we're always ready to capture some of Idaho's scenery in our portrait work. Click on the thumbnail below for a look back at an outdoor winter session with Katelynn.