Heather | Maternity | Roswell Maternity Photographer

This mama and I headed out for a sunrise session one morning at the Roswell Mill Waterfall. It’s such a great location, and just an easy short hike down to this beautiful waterfall. There’s also a pretty covered bridge, and the brick from mill ruins provide some texture and interest.

Heather initially contacted me about doing her newborn photos. As we were talking about scheduling her maternity session, she mentioned how easily this time is forgotten once the baby is born. As women, and mothers, our body does the most amazing thing, and I think it’s important to document, just like every other part of your baby’s life. It’s something we don’t want to forget.

At the end of pregnancy most women are just over carrying around the extra weight, swelling, and all the other discomforts that may come in late pregnancy (no one said making babies was easy). Which is why I urge you to have them done in the beginning of your third trimester. You have a nice bump to show off, and you are coming off that second trimester high. You still feel great, and taking pictures to document this time will be an enjoyable experience.

Here are some of my favorites from this session!!

If you, or someone you know is expecting, I would love to talk to you about being your maternity and newborn photographer. Maternity sessions are included in my newborn packages. Contact me today about booking your session!!

Miller Family | Acworth Family Photographer

This family met me out at the lake on a steamy Georgia evening this summer. They are one of the families that I have photographed a few time this year, and I genuinely enjoy seeing them each time. It’s so fun to watch my client’s family’s grow and change with each session, and when you have really little ones, it happens fast and more often than you might think. Just check out their Fresh 48 session, and then head over to their in-home newborn session, both on my blog!

There are a couple of perks to using the same photographer session after session. One, is that your images will have some cohesiveness as far as style, making your gallery walls much easier to put together. Your kids are also comfortable with the photographer, so you spend less time warming them, and your husband, to the idea of them pointing a camera in your face for a bit.

It’s also a nice compliment to me when my client’s come back each time! Here’s a few of my favorites from our steamy summer session at the lake!

Whether it’s the first time we’ve worked together, or the tenth, I’d love to plan a session for your family! Contact me at 505-414-7224, or click below to get started planning your custom session!