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This is an extremely busy time for photographers who capture the smiles of high school seniors! Our senior photo sessions usually take about 90 minutes and produce approx 100 proofs for you to choose your favorite images. We encourage our seniors to bring several changes of clothes so we can document various ‘attitudes’ in your photos. Call us to set up your high school senior photography session! (575) 779-0755
As soon as the temperatures started to warm up in Taos, Airen called to schedule an appointment for a photo session of her children! This beautiful baby boy is six months old and his awesome big sister is five years old. Brother has mom’s eyes and Sister has dad’s eyes. This family of four had beautiful smiles and we captured their essence in under 45 minutes. Sometimes my job is too easy!! I am looking forward to working with this family again next spring!!
April is a tricky month for outdoor senior portraits in Taos! Brandy’s high school senior photos turned out gorgeous, one would never guess that we photographed her in 35 degree temps (did I mention that chilly wind)!?! Even with the cold temps, we had a blast during this photo session. And isn’t the outdoor lighting stunning?! Congrats to the class of 2012 and thank you for your patronage!
Sven and Amy brought 40 guests to Taos, NM to help them celebrate their April wedding ceremony and reception! There was a beautiful grey mist over Taos Mountain and a crisp spring feeling in the air. Their wedding ceremony took place at a local bed and breakfast and was adorned with beautiful music from a local harpist.
Springtime is a perfect time to call us to capture your children’s smiling faces and Easter outfits! Usually at this time of year, we have some green buds on the trees and some kind of flowering tree that look beautiful in your photographs. Did you know that all of our photo sessions include an outfit change just in case you would like to get some photos that are a bit more casual and some photographs that are a bit more dressy?