Emily Dobson Photography

Can you say smokin’ hot? (Part 2) – {Macon, Missouri Children’s Photographer} September 10, 2009

Filed under: Children,Portraits — edobson86 @ 11:38 AM

If you had the opportunity to read my previous Treasure the Time workshop entry, then you’ll know that all of these precious kids endured tremendous heat while we conducted this session. August is one of the hottest months of the year in Phoeniz, AZ with the average high of 107 degrees, and the average low only 83 degrees! This evening was no exception. Nonetheless, these fantastic kids modeled for the 13 different photographers. How many kids are willing to model for three hours in 100 degree weather?!

 

P.S. Can you find the twin sisters?! They look just alike with one distinct difference…

  

 

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 Look at this amazing light!

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In love this with photo…

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2 Responses to “Can you say smokin’ hot? (Part 2) – {Macon, Missouri Children’s Photographer}”

  1. Kelly Says:

    Love all the little hats. Very cute pics Em.

  2. aliyahdphotography Says:

    Your work is amazing!! Love love love the children’s section especially ❤


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