Tuesday, March 3, 2009

This is getting to be so much FUN!!

OK...so the photography part of it has always been a lot of fun. AND I've had the most AWESOME clients. Honestly, every single one of my clients has just been so great.

BUT...when you get to photograph A LOT and get awesome clients on top of it...well...it just doesn't get much better than that!

So, like I said the studio has been pretty busy these first few months of 2009! Seniors...don't forget to check out the senior special below!!! (When my new blog is ready...I'll be able to have all of the specials at the TOP of the blog which will make it very easy to take advantage of those offers!)

ANYHOW...I had the priviledge of photographing a real live model recently. We had a lot of fun! She was so easy to photograph and we went to a bunch of places I've been dying to try out! You know...Raton is truly a photographers dream town!!

Without further ado take a look at these photographs. Truly stunning if I don't say so myself. I was really pleased with our results! Thanks for your patience K!

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