This was taken a while ago, around Easter time last year. There were about 4 generations attending this dinner. It’s always a pleasure to to take photographs that I know will last for generations to come.
I know this doesn’t look like a farm yard, but this is the entrance way of the farm yard at Stone Mountain Park.
I hope you’re as excited as I am! High School juniors will have a busy year ahead of you. I would like to make your senior year more fun by offering you outdoor high school senior portrait sessions!
If you following me on Instagram (@ leeleemarea) you can see the many places I explore around the Gwinnett County area that would make for an awesome portrait. Here is one spot that I frequent:
If you have any place in mind please let me know. I am open to suggestions! If you’re a skateboarder, when can do some shots in a bowl. Pets? No problem; they’re family too! BFF? We can include him or her. The possibilities are endless.
There are many products that I offer like canvas prints, pop outs, photo books, announcements, collages, and more!
I would love for this portrait to be a reflection of you so remember many years from now so please call and set up an appointment!
I won’t give it away; I’ll let you figure out why this piece is is ironic (let me know if you get it. If you’re on my FB then I already mentioned it so don’t give it away :-)). Again this is the Mother Cabrini Feast. I’m enjoying this series and I hope you do too.
I’ve been organizing my photographs on my hard drive through Lightroom and then, I’ve also started editing the photos. So much for organizing! So when my mom passed my friend invited me to the Calbrini Feast in Brentwood. My parents never took me to this and it comes every year in Brentwood. Oddly enough, I never had an interest to go either! But I am glad I went that night. Looking at these photographs, I like how they look in black and white. Now I’m inspired to do a black and white series at the carnival in the near future.