Monthly Archives: October 2009

a peek at some beautiful children | scottsdale children’s photographer

Here are a couple of previews for the parents of these two. I have had the privilege to know them and their parents now for a couple of years and have photographed them before. They are as nice as could be and are a wonderful reflection on their parents. I hope they like these as much as I do. I know they will love the rest that I am saving for them. What do you think?

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halloween for my older daughter… | scottsdale children’s photographer

Here is the slide show from my older (5 1/2 y.o.) daughters school. I can’t show up for one and not the other of course. I love this stuff. How can you not melt seeing little kids in thier Halloween costumes. Take a look and tell me what you think. Thanks to all the parents that sent their kids to school in costume.

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pre-school halloween parade… l scottsdale children’s photographer

an you stand how CUTE little kids are around Halloween in their costumes? My youngest girl’s pre-school had their costume parade today and I had to make sure to be there. How can you miss something like this if you can help it. Let me get on with the kids pic’s which are much more interesting than my fawning. Enjoy!

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where to order holiday cards | phoenix portrait photographer

Ok..it is time to update our annual post about “where to order holiday cards”! It is the time of year when our portrait customers ask who we recommend to print their holiday cards.  In our opinion, there is nothing worse then having a great picture that does not get reprinted well – it is soooo […]

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a sneak peek I scottsdale wedding photographer

Last week, we had the good fortune of photographing this intimate wedding at the Royal Palms.  A very lovely couple, great family, a gorgeous evening, perfect backdrop  – a wonderful wedding story!  Here is a sneak peek:  (I especially love the bouquet, such deep, rich color!) 0

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