It’s that time of year again. Get your family cleaned up and dressed up and bring them out for some fun and smiles. It’s time to show off how good your family can look and have your pictures taken for your yearly Christmas cards that you’ll send out to your family and friends. We’ll even give you some digital files so that you can share them on social media. We are offering 3 dates again this year. Please see below for the dates and what’s all included with our Christmas mini sessions. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have. We have also created a “What to Wear” guide for those of you out there that are lost when it come to this sort of thing. We are also planning on offering some new products this year that we haven’t offered before.
November 7 we’re offering afternoon to early evening sessions. These will be done in a field or at a park.
November 21 we are offering early morning to midday sessions. These will be done at, or a place similar to, Old Town Spring.
November 28 we are offering early morning to midday sessions. These will be done in a field or at a park and is the weekend of Thanksgiving so bring your extended family out for the pictures too!
If none of these dates work for you then we will do our best to accommodate your schedule for a small extra fee, so feel free to contact us about if you have a different date in mind.
Once you click the Book Appointment button you can select the date November 7th, November 21st or 28th to select an available time. We will contact you shortly after your booking.
Come and join us on April 5, 2014 for our first annual Bluebonnet Mini Sessions. Right now we are tentatively planning on doing them in Whitehall, Texas, which is near Navasota. You can see the details of these mini sessions below and also sign up below. Please contact us if you have any questions.
I love it when I get to shoot a wedding of a friend. I went to high school with Cindy and we’ve been able to keep in touch through the years and when I heard she was getting married I was honored for her to let me be her photographer. I had met her husband one other time briefly and it was great to meet him and spend some time with him. But, who really stole the show was his grandma. She was hands down one of the funniest people I’ve met at a wedding and she loved to dance.
Last month I had the opportunity to do a photo shoot with the wonderful Halsted family when one of their sons and his family came to visit for Thanksgiving. Their other son and his family came to visit them for Christmas and I was able to take their pictures as well. Their kids were a whole lot fun to shoot. I think they had a lot of fun too and it shows. I think they would of had good smiles even if Sonic wasn’t involved.
I recently got to take pictures of the Parker family. It was a lot of fun and I have many connections to them. First, they go to my church. Second, Wade plays on my softball team. And third, Debra does my taxes every year. They are a great family and I was looking forward to this and it did not disappoint. I also got to meet two of their sons I had never met. One of their sons got engaged a few weeks ago so I took a few pictures to commemorate the occasion.
Today I got the opportunity shoot the Smith family at the Pioneer Village in Tomball. It is one of my favorite locations to shoot at because of it’s versatility and for the amount of different looks at this one place. I had a lot of fun doing this. I got some pretty good pictures of their family but the pictures of Crystal and Ryan I am extremely happy with. I also had the opportunity to have one of my friends from High School come to the shoot with me. Were in band together and hadn’t seen each other in about 13 years. He is a great photographer and very good at lighting scenes. You can check out his work at www.trevororionphotography.com