Fall Foliage
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Fall Foliage

Fall Foliage

All photographers start by practicing on their own kids, which means that a day doesn’t go by when there isn’t some sort of test shoot..  Then, eventually, family time gives way to client shoots, evenings are spent editing those shoots and memory cards become full of  other people’s children!

So this weekend I literally had to “schedule” a shoot with Jasper just like I would a client shoot.  I picked out his wardrobe, convinced my husband to come along and play wrangler, cleared my memory cards and we headed out at just the right time of day and the right time of year for peak fall foliage.

In all honesty there were a million other things we needed to do that day, but now that I have these images I can’t imagine that I almost went grocery shopping instead..

Happy Fall!

  • Jana
    Posted at 05:06h, 20 October

    Goodness me! These photos are gorgeous!

  • Paula S.
    Posted at 11:34h, 28 October

    The colors, the expressions – yummy! Beautiful!

  • Aaron Thomason
    Posted at 15:24h, 03 November

    Last 2 are my fav! 2nd to last would look amazing on canvas:)

  • Angela
    Posted at 22:09h, 15 November

    These are just stunning! Perfect lighting and colors, and your little one is adorable!

  • Avi
    Posted at 18:13h, 23 December

    I just stumbled upon your beautiful work…your pictures are amazing!! And that creamy bokeh is to die for! Please if you don’t mind, can you tell me which lens you use?

  • ariana
    Posted at 14:05h, 16 January

    Thanks for the kind words! I mostly shoot with the 70-200 v II outdoors – as close to the 200 end as possible which is what gives that amazing bokeh :)

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