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OK. After going off the beaten path of trying to post in chronological order by posting recent works, now I’m back on track continuing from where I left off, the family portrait session from last November.
Only about a month after I did my commercial work for the Crazy Chick Salon, I got a call from Adele. She was referred to me by Becky, the owner of the salon. Adele said that I was highly recommended. That made me smile from ear to ear.
Adele wanted a few portraits of her in a natural setting, not studio, for her Web site and her book “The Legend of the Seahawk”. She wanted to have the images as soon as possible. We had agreed to a shoot date. However, because of the weather, it had to be postponed to another date in November. I already had another client on that day for an engagement session. Fortunately, it was in the afternoon. So I was able to do the session with Adele very early in the morning to get the morning sunlight.
Here are some of my favorite images.
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Late October last year, one of my friend asked me if I could take pictures of her children for comp cards. I said, “Sure!”
It was supposed to be in mid October but it rained that weekend, so we decided to postpone it to the next weekend.
We were lucky that the next weekend we got a good weather. Our prayers were answered!
The session was supposed to be at Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis, but for some reason there was a traffic backup at the Bay Bridge. Not sure what happened. I couldn’ get through and we’re running out of daylight. Fortunately, Heidy was kind enough to offer herself to drive to Kent Island. I found this small picnic park with a pond. We were lucky to get some fall colored trees as well.
Anyway, here’s Eva.
And… here’s Chris.
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Late September last year, I got a call from Becky, the owner of Crazy Chick Salon in Kent Island, Maryland. I forgot how she learned about my photography business. She wanted me to take picture of her and her hair salon crew for commercial use, such as for newspaper ads.
We finally set a date early October for the photo session. She closed early that day so we could get plenty of daylight.
Unfortunately, some of them could not make it that day. Here are some of the crew. Aren’t they all gorgeous?
We also did individual portraits of the personnel.
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