Tuesday, October 11, 2011

School Pictures–Mom Style {Austin Child Photographer}

I must admit that I am a mom who usually get the school photo offered from the school.  I’ll get enough photos to give away to grandparents and be on my way.  This year, I was just really disappointed in my kids’ school photos.  I mean who wouldn’t be when they come home with their photos and the photos actually have to be edited in order to see C’s face because of the shadow on his face from his glasses? 

These photos were taken by Inter-State Photography.  I bought the full rights to them just so you all know.  Read through all the information before making any changes.
Original School Photo
Cayden Kindergarten Photo with a few edits on the glasses and brightening of the background.

Can you see the difference?  The top one is the original photo.

Hannah’s wasn’t so bad except they put the bow on the top of her head (when I had it on the side at the start)
Hannah's 3rd Grade Photo

So I had this idea where I would take my kids downtown and get photos of them.  I’m so happy I did.  These are the photos that are hanging at Grandma’s house (Mammaw’s, too).  These are the ones proudly on display in our home.
I just love him!!  He's so cute!
Those big brown eyes are going to break a few hearts one day (a LONG time from now)
And then, these two photos are just one that show my kids personalities.  We have these in frames at home, too Smile



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BFA Photography - Blessings from Above Photography is located in Austin, Texas. Owned and operated by Rose McIntyre. BFA Photography offers newborn, child and family portraits in a natural light setting. Maternity, engagement and other photography services available upon request.

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