Posts in Families
The Robinson Family

Ok, y’all—this one takes the cake. I had such a blast at this session. We rescheduled a few times—rainy season will do that to ya—but holy HECK did it work out! The sun, sky, temperature, everything about the conditions were perfect.

The real stars were the Robinson family, though. I still can NOT get over that beautiful copper-haired bunch. They were a bundle of laughs and romance (mom and dad are like, super in love).

I am so excited to share this session with y’all. I hope you love these just as much as I do!!

Abbie | Lotus Field Maternity

This week, the beautiful, pregnant goddess Abbie was in front of my camera! Since these lotus flowers are starting to bloom (and let’s be real, this Japanese flora is unbeatable) we ventured out to the fields for her maternity session.

Her blush dress from Maggie’s Boutique was absolutely perfect—especially against those giant green leaves! Not to mention the clouds SHOWED UP since we squeezed this in between showers (rainy season ain’t no joke, y’all). Honestly, I am just so thrilled to capture this time in her little family’s life. Congrats, Abbie—I can’t wait for y’all to be a family of FOUR!

Sakura Minis | Springtime in Japan

This spring, I had my FIRST EVER series of cherry blossom mini sessions! Of course, they didn’t all go completely according to plan…after some rescheduling, we were able to make sure everyone got stunning photos before the blossoms left forever!

I’m writing this blog post not ONLY to show you some sessions, but to show you WHEN and under what CONDITIONS they were taken. Basically…it doesn’t have to be golden hour with incredible sun to be wonderful. Some of these were taken early in the morning, before golden hour, at twilight, with full sun or even overcast! Despite the different conditions, they all ended up beautiful and unique, just like the sakura trees themselves.

 

7:00 am - sunny

 

9:00 am - partly sunny

 

5:30 pm - overcast

 

5:45 pm - sunny

 

6:00 pm - overcast

 

6:00 pm - sunny

 

6:30 (twilight) - no sun