modern professional head shots with a little flare

Good morning, people! Boy, it’s the start of a whole new world for me. My last baby headed off to Kindergarten for the first time today, and look at me: I’ve already finished one gallery, written a family blog post, posted on my client’s Instagram account (more to come on that service). I’ve already prepped dinner and finished a load of laundry. If I can manage to stop crying for a while, this just might work out!

So, I don’t do head shots very often. Primarily, because I don’t particularly like the look of the traditional solid background and flash for lighting. However, I realize that’s still the standard for a “professional” head shot, so I get super excited when a client lets me do something a little different.

This cute-as-a-button little lady wanted some shots she could use for work and a few shots to give to her grown up kiddos. andrea bacle photography headshots the woodlands tx waterwayLisa is a realtor in The Woodlands–we’ve worked with her personally for years, and we love her. One of my friends who used her recently to sell their old and buy their new home called her a “shark.” I laughed, because, yes, she definitely gets the job done. And, she’s about the cutest, feistiest tough cookie you’ve ever seen–my role model basically.  andrea bacle photography headshots the woodlands txI hope her kiddos love these, because I sure do. And you know I had to get a little sun flare in there. I can’t help myself. andrea bacle photography headshots the woodlandsandrea bacle photography headshotsandrea bacle photography realtor headshots

Lovely friend, thanks for letting me capture your inside-and-out beauty.

Love, Andrea

Friends and readers and blog followers, I am already quickly booking up for the final quarter of the year. I have lots of availability on weekdays for newborns, but my weekends for family sessions are almost gone. Please don’t wait to call. Or, if you’re okay with pulling the kids out of school for pictures, I promise not to tell the teacher. Although, as a former and future teacher, I cringe a little when I say that. :)

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