Katelyn joined her sister Megan for a simple shoot in the park before the leaves fell last fall. I loved her look and couldn't resist spending a few minutes with her, too. Although it wasn't technically a session; it was just a few minutes to try to capture something special.
Kids grow up so quickly. Photographing them is an important family tradition that we should continue. The portraits are your family's memories and become heirlooms for future generations.
Personalities are reflected in what we wear, and Katelyn was no different The look was fun, but I went for something a bit more serious and ethereal. The deep rich colors of the trees added to the mood of the scene and Katelyn had great connection.
In the short time that we spent together, Katelyn and I talked about school and how her school year was going. She educated me on the things I'd long ago forgotten about what it's like to be in school and those things kids and parents talk about one the ride home from school or at the dinner table. It all goes by in a blur.
Although we just spent a few minutes together these are two of my favorite images of this quick series. With more time and some planning we could have had an assortment of images that would be great for a family album, family gifts, or wall portraits. But for now, this was great. It was Katelyn at this time in her life and now it will always be remembered.
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Don't forget to check out Megan's senior shoot. Click on the thumbnail below.