I wanted to share this pictures with you guys because it’s a great example of what a mini session is like. I shot this little collection in a 7 minute window this morning after dropping Noa off at school. Granted, sometimes it’s hard to get this many keepers in that short of a time, but in this case, it worked great. If a full on photo session isn’t in the budget, don’t be afraid to ask about booking a mini session. Mini’s run at $100.00 and last for about 30 minutes or until I get 15+ keepers, whichever comes first. If you just want updated pictures of the kids or a photo for your annual Christmas card, a mini session is a great way to get pictures without the time or financial constraint.
Twice per year, in the spring and fall, I do my “official” styled/thematic Mini Sessions. This fall, they are on November 9th and I am so excited about the “back-to-school” set and the retro Christmas set that I’m going to be using. Mini sessions usually book up super fast and this fall was no different. Spring session will be here before you know it, though, and I am working on something super special.
Anyhow, here are some pictures from this mornings little mini shoot with Mr. Banyan. Being 3 years old, his attention span for pictures is pretty short anyways, so a mini session works perfectly to get shots of him. I took Banyan for a haircut yesterday evening, because his mullet style was getting a little out of control. Banyan used to HATE HATE HATE haircuts, but my sweet friend Alyson took him last time he needed one and ever since, he has been a total peach….go figure. Noa, after seeing his little bro’s transformation had this comment to make, “Mommy! Banyan is so stylin’ now! He is, like, REALLY handsome.”
Are you sick of seeing this alley way yet?
He looks so much like his daddy here. When we found out we were having a boy we decided that his middle name should be Arvin,after his paternal great-grandpa. As things would go, our middle child got his daddys and great-grandaddys blues eyes <3