Posted on October 29, 2011
I love fall, but we seem to be surrounded by coniferous trees, so I laid her down under the one tiny tree that changes color. Now it looks like fall!
Posted on October 25, 2011
I love newborn yawn faces. I think the way a baby yawns gives you a glimpse into their teenage years .
Posted on October 20, 2011
I have been aching to do some portraits like these for awhile. There is nothing more beautiful than a mother cherishing her new baby skin to skin.
This post contains implied nudity– please click away if artistic nudes offend you.
I am excited to try portraits like these with an older nursling.
Posted on October 19, 2011
I hate mailing packages. I end up shooting rolls upon rolls of film before I get around to sending it to the lab. Developed and scanned film delivery days are like Christmas around here. There are usually months of memories in that box. The problem is when I do these blog posts I have to severely edit myself and what I share. Yes, this is severely edited!
We went apple picking last month.
We went raspberry picking and to the botanical gardens earlier this summer.
And we also went to Busch Gardens for Howl-O-Scream last month.
Then, we had a nap.
Ektar 100 and Portra 800. F100.
Posted on October 18, 2011
Having two little children at home all. the. time. has been hard while also trying to also get this business off the ground– phone calls are impossible; and I am screamed at while trying to construct emails that make me appear literate. So I
whined discussed this with my wonderful husband who happens to deal with customer service all day–and is REALLY good at it. So now when you email or call Aimee Buxton Photography, you will be speaking with my super nice and super smart and super efficient hubby! And sometimes he will tag along to assist me on outdoor shoots. Newborn shoots will still be an intimate setting with just me.
Brian likes new foods and chefs (like me!), knitting (not like me!), and is a huge tech nerd. He is the one that got into film photography while I was rolling my eyes and talking about film being dead. Obviously, he won me over.
We also redid my pricing and structure of the business as well! I think the whole process will be a lot smoother now. So excited! Brian redid my session guide PDF that I send out and it looks great! …there are no more grammar mistakes. <blushing>.
Posted on October 17, 2011
Time for my token two photos from the last wedding I second shot!
I fell in LOVE with this one. I am always drawn to the flower girls– I guess because I am a child photographer!
The bride was so amazingly gorgeous!
Posted on October 14, 2011
One of my best friends had a baby! Again! The first time, I was there all night, but she had to have a c-section. The next time, I was supposed to support her through a VBAC; but as I got there, they were wheeling her back for a repeat cesarean. Third time’s the charm, right? She scheduled her cesarean since all doctors say no way to a VBAC at that point. And I planned to be there for photos afterwards. She ended up going into labor before the appointment and I was out of town. She called me crying with happiness, saying she had had a VBAC right there in the OR.
This fourth time, I was determined that I would see a Henderson baby born. And FINALLY it happened. I was a nasty, blubbery mess the whole time.
Even though Daddy is also a photographer, they honored me with letting me do a newborn session with Emma. What is better than hanging out with your friend and playing with a pretty, new baby?