I love photography because it's an art form. I can express myself or my feelings with one photo, I love how pictures can tell a story. I try my best to truly capture not only a person or thing but, the emotion or meaning behind it. To me it's a gift that was given. I love to show people how beautiful they are, everyone deserves to KNOW how beautiful they are, you are God's creation & He does not make mistakes. Photography for me is like this hole that I have to fill, it's the thing in life that I truly believe I was destined to do. If I can make just one person smile or feel confident/good about themselves then, I am happy!!!
Your baby is changing and growing every day, so make sure you capture the little moments each day and bring your baby to Casey Braswell Photography for the large milestones. These sessions are about preserving the big moments in baby's development.
Most milestone sessions will take place at three months (lifting head up, eye contact, smiles), six months (sitting unassisted, engaging with smiles and giggles), nine months (pulling up to standing position) and one year (crawling/walking). One-year sessions are encouraged to bring a small cake to finish their portrait sitting with a cake smash. It's messy but fun and the images are priceless!
Family sessions are very special to me, and I absolutely love to capture this images. These are the memories that will be passed down to future generations, that your children will show their children. Be sure to preserve these moments before they pass. That’s why I don't want you to worry that your child may cry or start acting up. Those “imperfect” moments during your portrait session are I think, the sweetest and most real, because they're showing your child’s personality and the ones that are going to bring more laughs in the years to come.
In a few years after your wedding has long passed, you and your spouse will sit down on a Sunday afternoon and pull out your wedding photos from that day and re-live everything. You’ll re-live how you sat still and didn’t fidget as much as you thought you would – until you finished getting dressed and saw yourself in the mirror.
Or how your mother started to tear up, trying her best not to cry and ruin her makeup – because it finally hit her that you’re really getting married. You’ll see the photos of your closest friends all dressed up – because they clean up well – surrounding you with the biggest grins you’ve ever seen.
And you’ll smile. A lot.