Thursday, December 2, 2010

Tis The Season for Family Portraits

Yesterday was our family photo shoot at Main Street Framing & Photography...After over an hour and 200 flashes later, David, our photographer, had managed to capture some wonderful images of our family and also help me cover a good portion of my Christmas list for all the Grandparents, Aunties, Uncles and extended family :)...

He was wonderfully patient as Lil Sara had a meltdown or two, Nadia the dog wandered in and out of the shots as she felt like it, all the while Anna, the other photographer, worked tirelessly to try and help maintain some kind of order on the set...And we can not forget Susan, who works quietly behind the scenes editing and uploading and taking care of everybody's needs...

Here is a sample of the end results...
©2010 Main Street Framing & Photography.
All Rights Reserved.

Now before you all gasp with horror at me publishing this image, I first obtained permission from Main Street to post it to my blog, and they even provided the image without the usual watermarks you would see when visiting the customer online viewing albums (Thank you guys)...Please if you are wanting to share your family portraits online respect your photographer and ask them for permission first, if they say no, then please respect that also...It is after all their artwork and their living.

If you would like to know more about this local Photo Shop, I finished their website yesterday as well, which you can visit here Main Street Framing & Photography

Blessings Kelsie

3 comments:

Teresa@oursoutherncountryhomeandfarm said...

Great work, and I just love the dog being in there with ya'll.

Kari said...

Hey kelsie, can you email me? My computer with your new email is being hogged up with website probs.
thanks girlfriend!

Pamela said...

Beautiful family photo! We always take our yearly photo in June when we got to the beach. Sorry you had a bad morning! I sooo know how those go! My youngest gets like that sometimes and he will be 5 in a few weeks. I always have to remind myself how fast they are growing and that one day I will wish they were little again.