Easter is almost here, so I think it is about time I share the rest of my Easter Mini Sessions with you.
I absolutely loved how all of these photos turned out! No two sessions were the same. All the kids had different reactions… some LOVED the chicks, others were scared or shy, and some even gave them the good ol’ stare down. Check out some of the reactions…
I didn’t lie, right? So many wonderful and hilarious reactions!
I cannot thank you all enough for coming out to the studio and letting me take some fabulous Easter pictures of your children. It was extremely fun and exciting and I enjoyed meeting all of you. I am currently planning a special giveaway for my customers (who I have photographed) so far this year, so keep an eye out! I wanted to do something special to thank you for all of your support.
Sometime in February I started thinking about doing Easter “Mini” Sessions (only 30 minutes) in the studio, but i wanted it to be unique and fun.
Friends & Family quickly suggested: “have Josh dress up in an Easter bunny costume.” << I cannot tell you how many times I heard that.
Fortunately (for him), that was not what I was looking for. What family doesn’t have one of those Easter Bunny photos where the child is screaming and crying, horrified by the man dressed as an oversized rabbit???
So I put out a request on my facebook page… trying to find anyone interested in lending me their bunnies… chicks… lambs… ducks… etc. Quickly I got a response back from a new friend, she was buying baby chicks and I could borrow them! YAY! Success. & I loved the idea.
Quicky, I had alot of interest & response for these sessions and I cannot thank you all enough. Last weekend I had 4 sessions and I think all the kids did great, some more eager than others… but nonetheless we got some great photos! So here are some of my favorites from last weekend:
This weekend I have 5 more sessions with the baby chicks, yay! & I can’t wait to share those on the blog too. Again, thank you to everyone who participated. It was alot of fun and I look forward to doing something similar again next year!