Friday, November 19, 2010

The "B" Family {Mid Michigan Family Photographer}

This past August, the "B" family came from Bay City, Michigan to have me photograph their family here in Alma. I showed you a few pictures of their little guy by himself right after their session, but have not shared any of their family photos yet. I absolutely loved their session, so many beautiful memories were made. There little guy was such a dream to photograph and their family photos are full of love and laughter. I walked away from that session feeling inspired and refreshed. Thank you for letting me be apart of your families memories :)
They ended up ordering a lot of large wall portraits for their home in black and white, so I am going to post a series of black and whites for this post. Even though, I promise, I did do color images :)

These image melt my heart!! What I would give to have images of my family like this!!

The look of wonder and excitement on his face, I just adore in this one. I just love photographing children, they are so honest and refreshing!!

Can you hear the this!!

I adore these, there were a few like this, but this was the one they selected for a large print.

And here is the whole series of little man "D" bring his mom a flower, I adored this moment so much had to put it in a storyboard. :)

Next time, I'll share some of the little guy by himself, I love those images too!! Such a beautiful session!!
Till next time...


sherry boles~ said...

Gorgeous images, Hayley! You captured some absolutely priceless family interaction!

Denise Snyder said...

Absolutely gorgeous Hayley! I also would have loved something like this when my boys were little. They are lucky to have you to record these precious fleeting moments!

Terry McKaig said...

I LOVE this family session Hayley!! Awesome work girl!!

Stueller said...

WOW... I can't believe it's been so long since I stopped by, I am taken back by this images... they are BEAUTIFUL! Truly!

Anonymous said...

WOW! These are such amazing images. I love the way you capture their interaction.