We postponed this photo shoot so many times due to New England’s endless weekends of snow storms this year. We finally made the decision to just do it this past Saturday. Not to mention that the clock was ticking and that Karen is due to have her little miracle in just seven days.
I’m happy and pleased with how these images of Karen and Greg came out. Simple and ethereal, which is what I wanted to accomplish. In the end, I do need to thank the snowy landscape and the weather which helped me create the soft look that I was after,
May I say that Karen and Greg were amazing troopers and a dream couple to work with during my first maternity photo shoot. We encountered many challenges: the cold weather, the mounds of snow to deal with, and not having an assistant to help me carry my gear during our photo shoot. But yet we approached the shoot with numerous jokes, much laughter, and a German Shepard who stormed us by surprise. Many stories for them to one day tell their little boy one day.
I invited Karen and Greg to my home for hot chocolate and cookies at the end of our shoot. What better way to end the day and continue to capture the beauty and celebration of life in my impromptu home studio. Karen’s round belly left me in awe; the true meaning of a woman’s beauty in the end is giving life.
Thank you Karen and Greg for being the perfect couple and making this photo shoot an outstanding experience for all of us.