Thursday, January 28, 2016

Holiday Minis in a Blur | Family | Fayetteville, NC Photographer


Hey there! Happy New Year! Haha! I'm a tad behind ... I know. But here's the deal ... y'all knew that I am not good at keeping up with blogging so why would the end of December 2015 or the beginning of 2016 be any different?! ;)







Anyway, I just wanted to share with y'all the many holiday minis I did towards the end of 2015. I was so impressed with the amount of families I was able to capture memories for! Some were return clients/friends but many were new and I LOVED meeting each and every one of them!



Great times were made. Chasing toddlers, making funny noises at pups, laughing with lovebirds, baby bumps and of course making relationships. Thank you to those of you who booked me in 2015 and I can't wait to meet the new friends in 2016 who book a session with me! 2016 is definitely looking bright already!




Like I said, I had a blast in 2015 and seriously can't wait for 2016! There are new and exciting things happening. I can't officially announce some of the BIG changes yet, but lemme letcha in on a small secret ... you MIGHT wanna use your gift certificates you received in the holiday cards and use them SOON!  After all, we are a military family and things are a-brewing! ;)




I know ... I know ... you're over there like, "JUST TELL ME THE NEWS!" But alas, I cannot. Nothing is official until it's Facebook official. ;) So if you're not following me on Facebook yet, you REALLY should! 


Also, don't forget to check out my Pinterest boards for session outfit ideas and other fun stuff! My instagram feed also shows behind the scenes images not posted on Facebook as well as some fun personal stuff! :) Follow now!



Again, I want to thank all my holiday mini clients from 2015! We had a blast and made some great memories! Hope to see you in 2016!


** Please remember that all images are copyrighted to Sharilyn Wells Photography, LLC. Please do not copy or alter any images without SWP, LLC consent. **







1 comment:

  1. Great photos! If you want to blur the background better, so use long-focus lenses, or pull out your zoom lens to the maximum "approximation" or try something from https://macphun.com/focus if you have a mac.

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