What do you get when you turn a little boy loose on a farm? Well, 2 things. You get a young man who is fascinated with every single thing he can see. Running to and fro trying to experience it all. Does that make it difficult to shoot? Of course it does.
However, if you get a little boy out there in that situation you also wind up with him having a BLAST. If you can get in the right position, you’ll end up with photographs that really capture the child. I think we accomplished that time and time again on this shoot.
I had such a tremendous time with Luke and his family a few weekends ago and would love to show you some of these images. A beautiful location, an amazing little boy, and a beautiful family. These pictures nearly take themselves.
Nice session, Wes. That 4th one is great!
Cute kid, and I love the country theme with the tractor in the background. Very nice Wes!
Great session! You captured some great expressions.
Great work. The parents will cherish these!
Oh he is too cute in his overalls!
What makes that even cuter, is that those are his daddy’s overalls.
What a cutie! He’s adorable in his daddy’s overalls. his parents will truly love looking back on these photos.
What a cutie!! Particularly like the one in the red wheely thing. It looks like he had fun too.
Very cute! I can just eat him to pieces! Love that second to the last photo :)
I know I am going to sound like a smuck but he’s my child so I feel I have the right. I simply cannot look at these pics for an extended period of time without getting all misty-eyed. I knew they would be good because I’ve seen Wes’ work and I know (firt hand) how passionate is about his work and expected nothing less with this shoot. We were pleasently suprised with each and every photo and let me tell ya they didn’t come easy. Wes was every where, leaning over tractors, getting on the ground, trying to keep up with my very very busy little man. It is something we very much appreciate because we know exactly how uncopperative he can be sometimes. None the less, Wes was able to catch a lot of his cute attributes, as well as, his not so cute attributes. I look forward to many more sessions with Mr. Brown in the future.
Side note: I know every has a favorite but I want to plug the very first one. For those of you who have children you are very familiar with this angle. From this angle our kids look up to us, they look to us for guidance, reassurance, and comfort and we don’t get to look at our kids from this angle very long so it is important to make the most of those years.
I thank you Wes for the reminder with this capture of my little buddy. Sorry for the ramble and depth.
Absolutely love the 4th one! How cute!!!