Hey peeps its Kim here, Tina’s little sister. I begged her to let me write this post J
Every time I ask my sister for a session I always say that I’ll take her family pictures too, 9 times out of 10 that doesn’t happen. I was glad to finally make it happen for Tina with these pictures. It wasn’t easy, we planned this day two months in advance. I scouted out this location every time we went to dump our yard waste and finally sent her a text and she agreed it was beautiful. My husband was responsible for getting landowner permission, which he did in true fashion calling two hours before Tina was to arrive only to find out the farmer had flooded the pasture for the past two days. Words were had then I called Tina, finally I went to inspect and decided to make do of the situation. I went up to our Mom’s loaded up the furniture and we were set. Picture us, Tina and I in a truck filled with furniture 4-wheeling through a ditch to make it to the perfect location, it happened.
Anyway as most of you guessed Tina is a natural in front of the camera, Tina positions her body so it looks flawless (something I need to pick up on) and instructs everyone me included on what to do. I am like a trained monkey she points to where I should go what settings to use and I do it, take a test pic, look at my histogram, say “I think I’m good” Tina replies with “Are you sure?” all the while I’m shaking because I want her to have beautiful pictures.
Walking away my husband said “Do you think you got her some?” I said I think I got a couple. I hope everyone can see Tina’s true beauty in these pictures and her beautiful soul, she is amazing to work with, always patient, and somehow makes you feel at ease in front of her lens. Tina has been putting editing these pictures on the back burner, making sure she gets client orders out first, but for once I am urging her to put herself first, something she never does and give the world a peek at her gorgeous family. I love you Tina!