Southlake Family Photographer

Southlake Family Photographer – Summer Nights in Historic Grapevine – Main Street Grapevine Historic District

This family of five wanted the classic red brick style at Main Street Grapevine, along with the greenery and rustic features of the area. In a short distance there are always many options for portraits. I like to start at the classic archway at city hall. Then we use the white pillars followed by the city lights in the background blur. Next I like to walk around the corner where there is lush ivy and beautiful sunlight. Take a walk across the street, and the back of the log cabin as well as the brick walls of Messina Hoff Winery are also wonderful features in portraits.

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Main Street Historic Grapevine Family Photos Southlake Photographer
Dallas Family Photographer Main Street Historic Grapevine Family Photos
Southlake Family Photographer Main Street Historic Grapevine Family Photos
Southlake Family Photographer Main Street Historic Grapevine Family Photos
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Main Street Historic Grapevine Family Photos

This family paired their wardrobe wonderfully. My personal favorite is blue, and they pulled it off so well! Notice they used different shades of blue along with complimentary yellow tones. Each family member was comfortable and happy to wear their outfit. That is really an important part of a successful session, because it helps bring out the person’s genuine personality. In addition, I could not be happier about their clothing choices as they fit well with the different areas of Main Street.

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Flower Mound Bluebonnet Photography

Bluebonnet Season Review

Flower Mound Bluebonnet Photography The anticipation for bluebonnet season in Dallas gradually increases as the weather becomes warmer, and the landscape turns green. This year was no different! As early as February, I started reading articles about the wildflower season. Throughout March and April I took excursions to scout out the best bluebonnet area convenient to clients, with diffused light, and plentiful blooms. Discovering this combination is tricky, as some fields become developed land while others get mowed, or bloom different from years past! Many areas south of Dallas bloomed in March. In Dallas, we waited until mid April for the blooms to flourish. Mixed in with rainy days and uncertain weather conditions, bluebonnet season requires flexibility! I am so grateful for patient clients who adjusted their schedules in order to work along with Mother Nature!

These families did a wonderful job on planning outfits! Nice job! It makes my job of photo taking much easier!