I love sibling love. These two are SO cute. Could have photographed them all day.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Hi! My name is Nicole. I met Christina about four years ago when I found her beautiful photography website. She was the first to photograph my son at seven weeks. We fell in love with her instantly. She has been taking gorgeous family portraits for us every year since. Christina has enlisted my help to provide inspirational and free printables for you.
Here is an 8x10 scripture Christina chose that you may print out and frame. The background art on the scripture is courtesy of melstampz.blogspot.com. The place cards can be printed out on card stock for your Thanksgiving table. There are four to a page so you can just print multiple pages as needed. You can fill the names out ahead and then let your family/guests fill in what they are grateful for!
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Friday, November 9, 2012
Love this family friend who travelled a long way for their Christmas session. Such perfect kids, my job couldn't have been easier. :-)
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Can you even take the cuteness of this little boy? I loved meeting him. He's so sweet and perfect. He and his momma had fun together during the shoot and I think their love shows.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
A quick preview for a sweet family I met recently. Everyone was in town, so they took the opportunity to have their portraits done. Love capturing special memories for my clients.
Monday, November 5, 2012
With Thanksgiving right around the corner
Nap Time Is The New Happy Hour
Christina Higman Photography
want to give you some fashion and photography tips on
How to Capture The Memories This Thanksgiving
Each and every holiday is such a blessing and you want to
make sure you capture those moments with your family.
Some photos that I suggest that are "must have" fall holiday pictures are:
A picture of the delicious turkey.
Pies, pies and more pies.
The endless amounts of food.
The crazy kitchen mess.
The gorgeous tablescape.
Individual place setting.
Any family heirlooms used throughout the day.
Mommy and Daddy.
Just the kids.
The holiday atmosphere, fall leaves, crisp air, sunshine.
The after naps.
The men enjoying football.
The never ending hugs and love.
And any decor to make the day extra special.
The week before try and plan out your families outfits so that everyone is matching in some sort of way.
This will make photos look all that more memorable.
Plus, that is one less thing that you have to worry about on the day of Thanksgiving.
I would suggest to pick dark fall colors to compliment the holiday.
Make sure your outfits are comfortable, you will be doing a lot of hustle and bustling around and the last thing you want is for you and your family to be uncomfortable on such a speical day.
Enjoy this Thanksgiving with your families.
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