Christmas in Huntersville + An Update
I've been terrible at keeping up with these blog posts. Life and photography have both been busy, busy, busy. I've been shooting weddings with Rachel from Thirteenth Moon Photography, going to events for the Lake Norman Citizen and handling the Christmas season orders from my Etsy shop. In addition, Jacob has had two knee surgeries in the last 3 months, I sprained my ankle, we took a road trip to New York and I had to go home to Missouri for a family emergency. Phew! I need a nap!
The photography season is winding down and it's time for me to get back in the swing of things. I have 4 weddings waiting to be edited and lots of paperwork to finish up. I will post lots of photos as soon as I have them finished.
We upgraded our cameras this year and are now working on getting some fancy lenses to go with our awesome new cameras. I recently got a 90mm fixed lens that I'm completely in love with. We had several Christmas events to shoot for the Lake Norman Citizen and I decided to shoot Christmas in Huntersville with nothing but the 90mm. Did I mention that I LOVE this lens?!?! I'm so happy with how these photos turned out.
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