Thursday, October 13, 2011

Fall Portraits


I'm still waiting for fall to
PEAK here in Michigan.

Kind of a dull year, as I see mostly
yellows and browns,
but that hasn't stopped me from
shooting some fun fall portraits!


These were taken right in my own
backyard which has a wonderful tree line.


I love family photos when they
are natural and relaxed.


I stopped by my niece Megan's college campus
and was drawn to this tree with red berries!






I have fallen in love with
portrait photography.




I love capturing the human
soul in EYES.













My favorite subject is my own daughter Lindsay.


She has been wonderful to pose for me
so I can practice.


Unfortunately, she got poison ivy after
taking this photo!


She's not smiling so pretty after that, so
glad I captured these while I could.




I hope to have more fall portraits once
the leaves are at full color...
stay tuned!

11 comments:

Jill said...

These are all beautiful! So sorry your daughter got poison ivy. :(

Judy said...

Your photos are wonderful...Ouch, poison ivy we sure know what that is like around here. I hope it's not too bad.

Rose said...

These are really wonderful...I wish I was good at portrait photography...I am just so uncomfortable with it. I think because I hate my own photo taken.

Tammy said...

I totally agree - candid is the way to go. I can see why you have fallen in love with portrait photography; you have a real eye for it, and beautiful models too :)

NV Photography said...

Beautiful models to your disposal.

GrandmaK said...

Lovely photo! Have a wonderful day!! Cathy

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

excellent shots, Jill... You take such great pictures!

Thank you again for letting me link up your older previous posts of barns... I appreciate you! =)

Have a happy & safe trip!

Mari said...

You do great work! Your daughter is beautiful, but what a bummer to get poison ivy. Your pictures of Alayna are wonderful too!

Debbie said...

these are absolutely gorgeous!! i love the candid "poison ivy" shot but they are all wonderful!!

Ryan said...

Beautiful pics Jill. I hope all is well with you.

due bionde in cucina said...

Hello, I'm Sabina from Italy. The photos are beautifull and I'm very sorry for your daughter.
ciao

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