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I Spy a Fairy in the Forest – North Judson IN Children’s Photographers

Lensbaby contacted me to see about featuring one of my images in their gallery and their Facebook. They chose the one on the right. To see more from this session, click here. And be sure to “like” my Facebook page if you like my work.

This Little One’s Session took place at Centennial Park in Plymouth, Indiana. Little Miss Charlotte showed up with sweet smiles and was full of curiosity. It’s always fun to see how a little one reacts to a little setting made just for them. Charlotte arranged the pumpkins several times and read storybooks upside down. It really must be the funniest story when it’s read upside down. The whole day had a bit of a Winnie the Pooh feel to it. I love how she held her little hands in the first image. After our mini set on the lawn, we went on an adventure and explored Greenway Trail. We found little green nooks in the forest, open fields, and areas of field grass with goldenrod. We ended the session in a tree, which you’ll see isn’t quite like Pooh Bears, but it still made for a perfect place to pretend.


 

 

Here’s a peek at the mini accordion’s that came in this week.

With three children in this session the evening was full of excitement. Allison, Clay and Maddox are cousins, can you tell? Everyone has pretty blue eyes which matched the color scheme perfectly! Knowing the colors they were planning to wear, I developed a color scheme that would work well for boys and girls. I made a quilt top, (which I’ve decided to call the lily pad quilt), colorful pom-poms, paper fans, fabric bunting, and a bouquet of flowers. Nathan made the tent and bench just for the little ones. I think all the little details enhanced the session to create a whimsical approach to taking family photographs. As some may already know, I prefer spontaneous posing with gentle guidance. I like creating a lovely set in a pretty location and seeing how a child reacts. I would much rather have subjects that are enjoying themselves rather than working against natural inclinations.

See more details from this session here.