And Then There Were Three
We should just get this out of the way: Tears of joy clouded my eyes during this entire session. JUST. SO. MUCH. LOVE.
I met this beautiful couple when they renewed their vows in 2015. Since then, Brittany and I have become such good friends! She is a talented portrait photographer, and I have been lucky enough to use what I know to teach her all the little things she needs to know to bring joy and happiness to the world through her creative eye.
After years of planning, hoping, praying, and wishing, the best thing in the entire world happened: Their sweet little family of two grew. Little baby Secret-Name, I cannot wait to meet you. You have two of the kindest mommies on the planet, and I know every single day of your life will be full of love, hugs, kisses, and happiness.
Alright, cry break over. Just kidding. I'm probably going to cry the entire time. That's not insane, right?
I met them at Hermann park, just a few miles away from where we all met just a few years ago. Our session was short and sweet, but produced so many loving shots. I recently developed an interest in in-camera double exposures, and I couldn't think of a better way to make something special for these two awesome ladies! Our shoot is a combination of gorgeous golden hour shots, creative double exposures, and just so much love and so many smiles. I hope you guys love these as much as I do!
I am so happy for you both, and little Baby Secret-Name, I cannot wait to meet you.
Location: Hermann Park, Houston, Texas
Time: Golden Hour
Equipment Used: Canon 5dmiii, two Godox AD200 lights