A big thank you to Anne Marie who is allowing me to share this.  I can’t say it enough, amazing experience I’ll never forget.

Click Here:  The Birth of Calla Mae

It was a technical challenge, a room with no windows and two small lights on a dimmer with the occasional spotlight during delivery and in the baby warmer.  I used my speedlight for a few, but tried not to, as it just wasn’t catching the feel of the moment, it was quiet and dark and I hope these images capture that.

I just realized I never posted her maternity session, if you guys want to check it out you can see it HERE.  We did it in two parts, one at home for some more traditional stuff and then we met up with the kids at the park another day for some casual outside shots.  And I have to tell y’all, this is another reason I love living in Austin, friends who dig photography as much as I do!

Wow, I never post entire sessions, usually just a few faves here and there, but there I go posting two entire sessions in one little ole post!