Lindsay is amazing for several reasons. She shares my name, spelled properly, of course. She writes Scenic Glory. She and her husband are currently putting together Scarlet & Cream, a vintage trailer-turned boutique snack and soda shoppe. Love it!
1. Consider taking photos of just the little ones first. When we got to our photo location, I decided it might be a good idea to take photos of Brody by himself first… In the beginning is when they have the most energy and the surroundings are new – you get the most fresh expressions this way. By the time they are getting tired of being the center of attention, it’s time for the group family photos, and they have something new to look forward to!
3. Don’t forget the props! Mmy goodness…i couldn’t even imagine what this photo shoot would have been like without a few props… Not only did they help Brody stay entertained, but they also provided for some great picture taking and some unique shots! For this particular shoot we brought along balloons, bubbles, soda pop, pinwheels, and books. You really can never have enough – anything to keep their attention span going is key!