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Category Archives: Highlands Ranch
This is one of my favorite senior sessions to date. When I asked what Jessica’s interests were for her senior session, I told her to bring it all, including her cat! We made sure the cat was safe and secure at all times of course. Admittedly, I do love nature, but downtown draws me more for senior photos for some reason with the variety of texture. What do you think?
I want to make it easy by providing local locations and possible dates for you. Please email me at email@example.com or call/text 303.842.7772 to schedule. Here are the details:
- 45 minute session.
- All edited, high resolution files delivered two weeks after your session.
- Gallery delivered two weeks after your session to download files and purchase additional files, prints, or canvases.
- Choice of location/date listed below.
- In person, phone, or email consult.
Fly N B Park in Highlands Ranch
Even with leaves gone, this is still a great location with pines, etc, especially for snow sessions!
I hope to see you all this season! Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.842.7772
Ah, what Newborns in Nature© by moi dreams are made of. I photographed Miss Claire at the end of April 2014 when this spot was in full bloom. There are thousands of white flowers on bushes along with apple and cherry blossom trees. Pure bliss for an outdoor newborn session. I look forward to this time every year!
Mr. Braedon was a gorgeous baby boy that rocked his session! I seriously have the best clients. Dad joked about incorporating an old car in the shoot and I thought it was too good not to. This old pedal car was/is literally in my neighbors backyard (thank you Miss M). We also had a bit of fun at the end “reenacting” the footprint:)