This Autumn will be remembered for its colour and sunny days, providing a colourful background for outdoor photos – I was delighted to have lots of sessions booked in to take advantage of the colours.
Here is one of those lovely sessions … Mary, Hughie & their 2 gorgeous girls.
It may not be Communion season but I didn’t get to blog a lot of the Communions I photographed so I thought I would try catch up a bit !
Bookings for 2016 are coming in quick so a little reminder now is time to book in, Saturdays in May get very busy. Remember you can always get dressed up another day when things aren’t so busy.
Communion is always a time for photos, but it can also be a time to extend the photo session to include all the family and get some extra photos while everyone is dressed up.
There is nothing nicer than seeing little ones growing up, I have photographed both Ryan and Abbie as babies, always wonderful to shot, always fun had.
We were lucky to get one of those sunny days back in July for a lovely family session in the grounds of Maynooth College.
they are growing up, fast, trying to embrace it, trying to get it right, trying to remember what it was like, lots of trying …
Communion season was busy this year, lots of wonderful children and their families – some siblings I had photographed previously for their communion day, always lovely to see how they had grown up.
I won’t get to blog all the sessions but here are a few photos of Alex on his communion day, a gorgeous sunny day with lots of family to party with him !
His oldest sister Pyria was one of my first jobs and was in front of my camera again on her confirmation day.
Rose all dressed up for Christmas in Carton House grounds.
( Seeing as the cold weather is back with us !!)
Confirmation Day is usually not as big a deal as Communion Day but I think it is a perfect time to get some photos taken.
Your child is leaving behind their primary school days and heading off on a new journey – lots of changes happening in their life and as parents a little hard, especially if it is your first, to see them growing up!