Monday, November 3, 2008

Family Shots

Another photo shoot under my belt! I feel like I make so many mistakes and wish I could just be great at the snap of my fingers, but I realize that's not how it works. I'm definately learning so much and really, really enjoying it.

This is the latest victim to take me up on my offer (plea, really) to do pictures. The kids were super cooperative and Andrea chose a fun location. Thanks Garrisons for your time!





















12 comments:

April said...

So sweet! I really like the one of the feet. I took one similar to it when Abby was young and it's one of my favorites. Very nice job on all of them!

Rach@In His Hands said...

You do a wonderful job....gorgeous photos!

Jules from "The Roost" said...

WONDERFUL pictures! They are all great!

Heather of the EO said...

I LOVE the feet and the black and whites. All of them are good, but I'm a sucker for b & w. Good job!

*MARY* said...

You are so talented. Those are really beautiful photos.

Shawn, Shelva and Symeon said...

Beautiful job my dear friend. You really have an eye for it. Keep practicing. love ya

Momagoose said...

Love, love, love them!!! :O) Love them! Let's get us on the calendar. I will email you this week!

The Sullivan Sitcom said...

Great pictures and what a cute family!

Amy said...

Love them! My favs are the 3 kids in the tube and the dangling feet.

Alyson (New England Living) said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog! It looks like you're doing great with your camera!

Jackie @ Our Moments Our Memories said...

Wow. I am super impressed. I would hire you in a second! I agree with all of the others, the feet pictures is just wonderful,and I also love the one right under that of the mama and her baby. Great job, Lisa!

Jessica said...

Great pictures. It really is hard to get pictures like that - believe me, I've tried :)

Thanks for checking out my blog. I'm glad you enjoyed it! I check in here time to time when I get a chance. I love the way you word things. I'm not very lyrical, so it's nice to see somebody else going through similar things and reading what they have to say.

Talk to you later,
Jessica