Natalie: senior 2012 || white rock lake, portrait & wedding photographer

Monday, March 5, 2012

I always love getting clients that come as referrals from past clients.  Natalie has been best friends with Brianna since they were little girls and found me after I did Brianna's senior pictures last fall.

Texas February weather can be somewhat fickle... sunny one day, snowing the next, and then 80 degrees two days later.  So we were verrrry happy when the day of her senior portraits turned out to be one of the prettiest days of the year so far!  While golden hour (the hour just before sunset) is allllways gorgeous in my opinion, there are some that seem to have an extra bit of honey loveliness drizzled into it, and this evening was one of those times.  The yummy light coupled with her beautiful smiling face, and her mom's hilarious antics behind my back to try and make Natalie laugh, made for a happy fun evening, and gorgeous pictures!

Congratulations Natalie on your upcoming graduation, and as hard as it is for me to say this (as a Texas Longhorn thru and thru) good luck at OSU! :)
















Much Love,
Jessica Shae
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14 comments:

  1. beautiful shots, jessica! the colors are just gorgeous and the light is to die for. so pretty! :)

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  2. These photos are so gorgeous! That lighting is wonderful! :)

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  3. so pretty. it's all so beautiful!

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  4. lovelylovelylovely. beautiful lighting. sigh.

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  5. question: some daily bloggy reads of yours?

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  6. These are adorable - and so is she! Love her outfits. :)

    hugs,
    ~bree

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  7. I am in love with her hair and adorable outfits!

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  8. These are gorgeous! Love the colors.

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  9. gorgeous photos!! love the light, definitely beautiful!

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  10. these are out of this world! utterly gorgeous...the way you use that golden hour is wonderful.

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  11. oh, your photography never ceases to be gorgeous. love the colors in this shoot!

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  12. Hello, Jessica! Just out of curiosity... do you use the 50mm f/1.8 or the 50mm f/1.4? =) Thanks!

    ~A

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  13. Wow... those are gorgeous! You are very talented!

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Thanks for taking the time to say hello, it makes my day everytime! :)

Jessica Shae