The wonderful thing about Texas is.....it is always sunny. Right? Wrong! It actually starting raining right after this shoot started. We had to move it inside, which we really weren't prepared for. I got a few shots that I am okay with, but overall not what I had in mind. The Sabos are awesome! The kids are all so sweet. I did learn that getting 11 people in one shot to be in sync is a tough task, especially when 9 of them are kids age 4 months to 18 years. But it was still fun. I put a lot of them in black and white because my backgrounds were distracting and not what I wanted. B&W, plus the blurring of edges made them a bit less noticeable.
Okay, let's get everyone on the same page.
That's better! Poor little baby Amelia is looking a bit stressed though.
Mom and Dad of these beautiful children.
Mom and her daughters.
Dad and his sons.
Two oldest sisters.
The whole beautiful family!
Thank you Sabos for allowing me to photograph you all again.
I haven't posted in a while because it has been too dang hot to do much exploring. I am waiting for cooler weather. In the meantime I have sort of fallen into doing family pictures. So I am posting a few that I have done this week. PLUS....I need a name so I can make some business cards, so I need some ideas. NOthing too cutesy or specific, but catchy. Something that would fit any type of photography I do.
Here are a couple from last night's shoot. The family just added a beautiful little four year old girl to their family 3 weeks ago and wanted some family pics. She doesn't really speak English, but the kids had no trouble communicating with each other. They spoke the international language of "kiddish".
Here here are some from a tea party I set up in my front yard for 3 sisters from another lovely family.
That's all for now folks. I have two more shoots next week. I am not charging very much, but it does help fill out the unemployment check a bit.