It’s hard to believe Ally is ONE! I had the joy of photographing her a few weeks after she was born and I can’t believe it was already a year ago. We had so much fun heading out to the Pumpkin Patch at Uesugi Farms. I always enjoy the chance to spend time with the Borellos and to see how their family changes and grows. Here’s just a few pictures from their session! Remember to leave them some love so they know you stopped by.
This was such a fun session for me since I get to watch these three kids daily from my kitchen window. Sometimes their antics with each other is better then any dinner show I could of paid for. I was so excited when I finally had the chance to photograph them and the hidden secret that their oldest has to live with……. Life with two little sisters!!!!!! These photos just make me giggle. The first one I think is my favorite.
Well this is the year people! A year when you get that extra day to catch up on something. You get an extra 24 hours that you don’t normally have. I’d love to know what your going to do with your extra time. What is leap day and why do we have it? The geeky version of why we have leap year is so that the Gregorian Calender ( that most of the world uses) lines up properly with the earth’s rotation around the sun. The more fun and romantic version is that women can propose to men. Myths are that if a woman proposed to a man on Leap day he couldn’t say no. It was a way for a woman to take control of her own love life and to help along those men who were sitting on the pot a little too long if you know what I mean. This was a tradition that was pretty rampant until the 1960′s and free love took control of the world.
Well for me no matter why I’m thankful for the extra day. Here at Jill Johnson photography it is a very exciting Leap Day because we are launching the beginning of our new sites. Yes sites, you heard me correctly. We will be launching our new wedding, engagement, and boudoir site today which can be found at www.jilljohnsonweddings.com. Hopefully in the next week or two our new site www.jilljohnsonkids.com will be completed as well. (It is currently live as well as a teaser but is still under construction). On top of all that our blog has been experiencing a new overhaul and will shine in it’s full glory with all it’s bells and whistles. It has been very exciting and busy around here as we worked on creating a new interactive and user friendly site.
Now is all of it complete? No, but honestly, when is a site ever completed? It is like a woman’s wardrobe constantly changing and evolving. But I would love to point out some of the things about these new sites. First of all you can still find all of my work at www.jillljohnsonphotography.com. Here you’ll find a landing page that can direct you to the site you are most interested in. It will also give you a sneak peak of some of our most recent gossip, news, and photos on the blog preview strip, and last but not least special flower buttons for you to share what you found with your friends, families, and social medias. Keep checking back because we are still adding more things to all of these sites as they evolve but for now we felt it was a great teaser.
The blog and the kid/creative portrait site will also have some of these great features as well as some other little tidbits that we’ll share when they are closer to completion.
Most of all I would love to thank all the people who have helped me put this all together. It would have been released on the next leap year if not for their amazing help. Pamela Francisco of Pamela Francisco Illustration, Eric at Big Folio, Ken Leslie (blog builder extraordinaire),Luke Goodman for the films, Andy Mark, and of course all my fellow photo peeps for their support and suggestions.
I hope you enjoy looking over the new look and I would love to hear what you think! Stuff you love! Stuff you would still like to see! Suggestions will be taken in to consideration :). I love what I do and I”m so excited to be sharing just a little bit about my world.
I’ve mentioned it numerous time but I love being able to watch and photograph my previous bride and grooms growing families. It is so fun to see how everything changes from two in love to watching that love grow for another little person. I enjoyed so much spending time with little Ben. He was so close to walking that I wanted to capture it for them. I bet just in the couple of weeks since we’ve done these photos he’s off and running. Most babies give us about 20 minutes and he did great as he played with mom and dad and was just fascinated with the world around him at one of the local parks. He really liked the big red bridge! Congrats to Brian and Tracy on such a cute little guy.