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Alyssa is a senior this year who is kicking off the 2011 senior year with the first of many senior portrait images for the Charleton Churchill Photography Blog rush. Wedding Photography season is slowly winding down into the Senior Portrait season and the Family Portrait Season with Christmas around the corner. I have still have more weddings, but now I’m moving into time for Seniors and Family images.

For Senior Portraits, there is a choice between an urban look, downtown with many textures and colors. There’s also fields, the river, the mountains, in a house, lifestyle sessions, modeling sessions, airport, your favorite place to hang out, vintage looks, modern looks, theme sessions, athlete sessions, and basically anything you want, I can handle it.

Schedule now your Senior Portrait Session and your Family session now before Christmas cards are mailed out. September and October, and partly November are good months for Family portraits before Christmas arrives. Book now to reserve your date. There is only room for five sessions per week!

Book now (209) 603-1741
www.charletonchurchill.com

and the colored version.

This was a funny part of the session trying to get some shots, and the wind was blowing. She was trying to hold her dress down, and so I decided to add these in because she was having fun.

BRIAN + JOY FAMILY SESSION –

Yesterday, I was able to hang out with some new friends Brian and Joy, and their beautiful daughter Chora (if I spelled that right?). Brian is the owner of Solid Rock Concrete. They are great people from Amador County, specifically near Ione.  Here are some preview photos of our session…

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  • Jennifer Arterbury - I love the shot of the little girl with those beautiful blue eyes… so awesome!October 7, 2009 – 1:20 pmReplyCancel

  • Beverly Reintjes - What a beautiful family! Love you guys…Aunt BeverlyOctober 8, 2009 – 6:14 pmReplyCancel

  • Charleton - I love the outdoor family western look in our county. The touch of the cowboy hat adds quite some character to the shot. He also looks good without the hat. The little girl was being good.October 8, 2009 – 6:52 pmReplyCancel