7.06.2008

Brothers & Sisters


At The Mechanic Shop

After a quick change...a more traditional shot

Stuck In The Middle...
June 2008

My iTunes:  Free Fallin' (Live) by John Mayer

OK, so my clients said  I could post these but the shoot was a surprise so I am hoping their Dad doesn't see!  If these are your kids....turn away now and check your work email or something!

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Everyone else still here with me?

Let's continue...

The day I shot this was a blast!  Three siblings, the Atlanta heat and 2 hours.  It started well when we found the train sitting on the tracks and decided to climb all over it for 10 minutes or until we were kicked off!  Thankfully, no one was arrested!  Hehehe.  The second shot reminded me of the Brady Bunch!  It actually is a liquor store but it was too cool not to shoot there!

Seriously, each of them gave me therer best and were good sports.  They did whatever I asked and we got some great pics!  These are just a sampling of the fun!  Enjoy!

BTW, my new project starts on Wednesday!  Get ready!

All Lined Up

On The Tracks

All Aboard!

28 comments:

Robert said...

I kept going back to these. And I'm glad to see you posted 2 of my favorites (#3 and #6). I know it was such a great shoot. For you, for them, and the final product for their parents. You must be pinching yourself asking, "Do I really get paid for doing this?" Great series Anna.

Can't wait til Wednesday!

Carletta said...

I love the one on the train!

They look like super kids.

quilly said...

Stuck in the Middle is my favorite. What fun. Using the city itself as backdrop is such a cool idea.

I am revved up and waiting for Wednesday, I have two 1 gig memory cards empty and waiting .... ;)

Jenty said...

Stunning, I love the settings.

timtim said...

Great shots! I love number 1 and number 5. Number 5 reminds me of something Evan Hunt would do, but he'd throw in some bizarre prop. Lots to do before I see you. Where does time go??

Christy said...

These really do look fun -- I'm going to remember them when I start doing photoshoots like this!

kenju said...

What a gorgeous family!!

annette said...

Great photos Anna, you sound like you have been absolutely run off your feet!! Look forward to Wednesday. :0)

Anonymous said...

I was very curious to see which you would post. I love them all! The locations were so cool and you were so much fun. You really are so talented. Thank you!

fishing guy said...

Anna: What a wonderful shoot of the the family. You did a super job of posing them.

Mark said...

Using the garage as a setting was great. I like the train tracks shot, too.

Laurie said...

It looks like they really enjoyed it too. I particularly like the train shots.

Alice said...

When I first saw these pictures I thought they looked like they were having a lot of fun and seem very close. You can tell that the 4 of you hit it off just by the shots. Great job!

Anna said...

The one of them on the tracks is my favorite.

Beverly said...

Those are great. I was thinking the same thing as Robert. What fun to get paid for something you love to do.

Joel Reynolds said...

Great shots, Anna. Love the one with the girls cropped at the waist and the boy sitting. Great stuff. I also love the shot of the little guy with the bubbles below.
Well done!

Joel

Britt said...

Its so funny to see pictures on here of people I know! haha These are all so great! I love the 1st one @ the Mechanic Shop!
And I'm excited for the new project!!

Emmy said...

AWWWW!!! SO CUTTE!!!!!!!!!

Chad Oneil Myers said...

Anna,
Wow! I love all your lates work!

From this post, my favorite is "Stuck in the Middle".

You're doing great.

Raven said...

Fun photos. I think #s 1, 3 and 5 are my favorites.

Mike said...

Love these shots. I especially like the train shot, but I am surprised you weren't more than kicked off in this day and age!

Glad to see you are busy!

Paul Nichols said...

Absolutely magnificent. Great job. Great inspiration! Thank you.

Looking forward to Wednesday. I usually get up early, so...

John Roberts said...

Your posing shows imagination, something I struggle with.

Anonymous said...

Anna,

Thank you so much for creating this awesome collection! I am amazed, and feel so blessed when I look at them. What a treasure! You captured them as I see them, something I've often been unable to do with my camera. Professionalism shows!
- the proud Dad

photowannabe said...

There's nothing new I can add to what everyone else has said. These are great family portraits. I know they will be pleased with your work.
Its so great how this has turned into a business for you.
Congratulations.

jientje said...

Great shots Anna, like always, and I know this must sound as a cliché, but hey? It's true!

I'm dying to find out about the new project too though. What do you want us to do?
I'm ready allright, but for what?

JAM said...

Wow, they're all great, but I LOVE the train shot at the end.

Sarch said...

Incredible...I love these shots.