{ Waupaca Senior | Class of 2018 | Katie}

August 12, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
We had a perfectly beautiful sunny evening for Katie's senior session shot in the Iola-Scandinavia area. Katie and her mom Jessica were wonderful to work with. How fun are the prom dress pictures? And boy, does that blue bring out Katie's eyes! Katie even got to jump in the water at the end of our shoot, capping of a great session!
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{Manawa Senior Session | Anya | Class of 2018}

August 04, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Anya was a joy to work with! We met at the park to start the shoot and almost got carried away by the bugs but were still able to get some really neat images in the water. We included Anya's beautiful dog in a few shots too; but my favorite part of the session was with the horse of course! Anya's paint mare Fancy, lived up to her name and the two m...
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{Scandinavia Senior Session with Horses and Puppies | Courtney | Class of 2018}

July 29, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Courtney's senior session was so much fun! The day was overcast and humid, but the sun peaked out at just the right times and even stayed out for some really gorgeous sunset shots. It was great to have so much help with the session, especially since we included two horses and two dogs! This beautiful young lady definitely has a way with animals as...
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{Waupaca Senior Session | Mya | Class of 2018}

July 14, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Mya is the sweetest individual you'd ever hope to meet! Her smile and laugh are contagious and made her session so much fun! We had a gorgeous sunny evening for Mya's portraits and found some really neat spots at her grandfather's farm. We even climbed inside a feeder and old corn crib! Mya is such a photogenic person and her wonderful personality...
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{Bertmar Farms | Bovine Portraits}

July 13, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
It was wonderful to be able to visit Bertmar Farms and photograph their beautiful bovine ladies again. Asia, Atlanta, and Kandie were amazing subjects, along with some of their offspring. The more animals you have in one shot; the more challenging capturing the right moments becomes, but also the more rewarding the resulting images become too! Eric...
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