I know, I know I’m a bit behind in blogging, AGAIN! But this summer was such a busy one and then the busy continued right into fall, but no worries I am working on showing you all my clients fabulous sessions in the next few days!
Nichelle reached out to me to photograph her family down at the South Jersey shore during their vacation. They really wanted to get some pictures with their moms since they don’t get family pictures done often and what a better time to do it then during vacation when everyone was already together.
Nichelle is also an amazing photographer who owns Nemories Photography in Blackwood, NJ. It is always a bit nerve racking, but also such a huge honor to be asked to photograph another photographer’s family especially if you are an admirer of their work! I originally met Nichelle at our local mommy and me class for gymnastics. Our daughters were dubbed the twins as they both have these beautiful blue eyes and blonde hair and of course are super cute and I am so glad we met as Nichelle has the biggest heart and is such a sweetie! After meeting the rest of the clan though, I know that it must run in their family.
I knew with Nichelle’s eye for photography that they would be dressed amazingly and boy was I not disappointed! The pastel colors they choose were absolutely perfect for their Ocean City, NJ Beach session. Colors within the same color palette are usually very pleasing to the eye and work great together, just a little tip for you all out there.
We had such a great time and we took so many photos. It was definitely difficult narrowing them down. Seriously this may be the hardest time of the job, figuring out which photos to edit!
Do you see how beautiful and blue this ocean was this year? No photoshop needed! I was very interested since it looked more like the beaches in the tropics.
I pulled this little tad bit from NBC Action New’s website- ” The National Weather Service tells Action News that the water is this beautiful blue because of what’s known as upwelling, when colder water is pulled up, bringing nutrients to the surface which smaller organisms then eat.
Since there is so much to eat, the micro-organisms are booming, leading to that tropical blue.”
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