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Utah Studio Baby Session If you’re wondering what a session looks like during that in between stage, you came to the right place! Sometimes it’s hard to imagine a session when they’re not newborn little but they’re still too little to sit on their own. That’s when tummy time comes into play. That’s exactly what […]
Utah studio headshots As I’ve expanded into more studio work, I’ve been thinking about offering Utah studio headshots. As much as I love working with kids, it’s a nice switch from the silly faces and baby shark. And when it comes to those with professional careers, they’re an absolute must. For this session we opted […]
Donut Falls Senior Session It’s Wyatt’s senior year! When his mom reached out to me, she expressed that he’d recently done a portrait session with a photographer but they weren’t exactly what they were expecting. The photographer was awesome but is used to photographing nature so they wanted to do another session that captured his […]
Every fall, Jordan Pines becomes a zoo and it’s easy to see why. Regardless of the season, it’s a gorgeous place to go to for photos.
When she reached out this year, she knew she wanted fall photos and suggested Emigration Canyon since they live so close to it. I did my family photos there and loved it so I was stoked to go back. I was worried we wouldn’t have enough fall colors but they turned out beautiful!
I feel like these child portraits are so beautiful and SIMPLE. There’s no background to distract you from them and their adorable personalities. As my business changed, I knew I wanted to keep it simple and nothing say simple like a colored backdrop.
In case you didn’t know, doing family sessions in the studio are my new favorite thing! I had a studio in Draper that I had set up exactly how I wanted it. Over the years, I’ve done it all and have discovered that I like the more simple look.
Lately I’ve been toying around with the idea of doing some mentoring for newborn sessions. I have been super lucky and have worked with the cutest little babies. But because I don’t do newborn sessions often enough, I feel like I need to spend more time learning to wrap properly and be efficient with my sessions. It’s funny how difficult swaddling can be with little wiggly worms like a 3-4 week old baby.
Something I love about Great Saltair for photos is how much variety you can get in just one hour. You can get photos in front of the main building, out on the sand where it’s got the blank canvas look and even some greenery. I feel like I don’t do sessions enough here but, I feel this way about every location in Utah. It’s just never enough!
Mom and me session are one of my absolute favorite sessions to do. When Sarah booked her session, we talked about her being in a few photos and I’m so glad she did! Not only is she a gorgeous mama but look at all that love she’s getting. These are moments I dream of catching and hope mom treasures forever.