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Emme.

All 3 Olinger gals have debuted on the Loft3 blog now. <3 I met Emme as a tween and now she’s staring college in the face! The sun was being dramatic and creating this moody light in the field. <3 So pretty, Em! I can hear yourView full post »

Ashtyn.

I started out at the Heierts for a couple yearly family pics! Seeing this family laugh together, never gets old. ::heart eyes:: I don’t think they could be anymore beautiful!! Ashtyn and I headed to town because now she’s aView full post »

Bella.

Bella and I had fun wandering the city streets looking for places she could enhance with her beauty. So pretty! I always feel a little bad when I have people lean against crusty walls, but that texture is why we shoot downtown! The second halfView full post »

Connor.

I don’t get to shoot boy seniors very often but lucky for Connor, I shot his sister a couple years ago so I think his Mom didn’t really give him a choice. :-0 He was so “ok, whatever” the whole time that he cracked me up.View full post »

Katherine.

I just had to break off from Katherine’s family blog and do a post of her “senior” pictures separately. She and the sunlight made my camera and I giddy. She’s actually starting her freshman year in Biology at UCLA thisView full post »

Kaitlin.

Amongst Kaitlin’s hectic volleyball schedule, she managed to sneak me in for some quality photos. 🙂 You’re adorable and your blue worked so well with this painterly scene! I asked her, “So your folks won’t get mad thatView full post »

Rob.

Rob was so quiet and polite the whole session. Right around this point is where the confidence transition happened. I always talk about this, especially with seniors. I love when they finally relax into it and feel way more comfortable withView full post »

Emily.

Way back when, I knew Emily when she was barely a school ager, bouncing through halls, seeing what things she could do to help the staff teaching her younger siblings before and after school started. I never had the joy of teaching her, but I hadView full post »