Here is a sneak peek of Rachel.
Rachel came in to have some maternity portraits taken since this will be her last one (at least that is what she told me). Rachel had the cutest round belly. She also brought in her two other children to be apart of this wonderful time in their lives. They did very well too!
The image I chose was the vary last one I took. There is just something about this portrait that I love. I think it is a combination of the angle and the expression that is evolving. I also love this new backdrop I had used as well.
Thank you Rachel for choosing to have your portraits done by Angi Randall Photography. God Bless, and I am so excited to meet your little one when he/she arrives!!
Here are two cuties that I have had the pleasure to photograph in the past. I just can’t believe how big they have gotten. It is crazy! The did come in for his nine month photos and we did a portrait of the two of them together for christmas.
Isn’t she just the sweetest little Angel you ever seen? She was such a sweet little peanut. Little Miss “S” was so tiny at two months old. Her mama wanted images of her with her eyes wide open, but Litte Miss “S” was tired and wanted to sleep. She did not want to stay awake. I did however have to capture this image of her sleeping. To me…I think angels are peaceful and Little Miss “S” looked at peace sleeping. I love this image of her!
Thank you for choosing Angi Randall Photography to capture those endless expressions one moment at a time. 🙂
I wanted to share some recent images that I took of our family dog, Kenya.
I really didn’t know how much she meant to me until I took her to the vets because she just wasn’t acting like herself when they had diagnosed her with Megaesaphogus. I didn’t think I would cry so hard over any pet, but I did. I did not want to put Kenya to sleep…she is just too sweet of a dog to be put down and she is only 6 years old. So, we are trying some meds to help her. Megaesaphogus is when the esaphogus is enlarged and the muscle that pushes the food down to be digested no longer functions as it normally should. Thus making the dog vomit his/her food. Kenya’s seems to be neurological, so there really is no cure for this. She is on meds to help the food travel down her throat faster, but with that we have to keep her food at a 90 degree angle and make sure she is upright for 15 minutes after she is done eating.
She is one of our family members; and, know I want to include pet photography in my studio (and even on location). It will be a new adventure, but I believe it to be a fun one!
So, if there is anyone in the Eau Claire County area who would like to have their beloved pet photographed…call Angi at 715-577-4491 to set up an appointment.
The Little girl is the sweetest thing. I photographed her last year and I can not believe how big she has gotten. She just makes me smile everytime I look at her sweet images. She loves her teddy bear and so I had to create some lasting images for her parents with it.
This time her daddy was able to bring her and enjoy the experience of being included in something special. He even thanked me for letting him participate in the moment. What a wonderful family.
Thank you for choosing Angi Randall Photography. God Bless!!