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Love this beautiful girl!! One of my best friends and such a beautiful soul. Dana is the owner of DanaLou Fit. www.danaloufit.com She has an amazing line of work-out clothes. Please check her out best yoga pants I have ever worn.
Such a sweet family. I just love hanging out with them and that little cutie has such an infectious personality I could hang out with him all day.
I had a great time photographing this fun family. I love when families are just themselves and we can joke and have fun during a session and this family is definitely fun. We had the most beautiful sunset as well, just stunning.
One of the best newborns I have ever had the pleasure of photographing. GW was a rock star during his session. Slept the whole time and just was so prefect. Newborns are so fun to photograph I just love how squishy they are. So perfect.
We had a beautiful underwater session with this pregnant momma. I love that she decided to celebrate her pregnancy with an underwater shoot. Underwater is where you can feel free, especially during a pregnancy.
Photographer in Port St Lucie, Jupiter, Stuart, West Palm Beach, Palm City, Tequesta, Palm Beach Florida
Client Appreciation Contest.
All you have to do is get all your friends and family to vote for your image from this year. Votes can be made on FB in the folder titled “Client Appreciation Contest” or on my blog at http://tristinedavisphotography.com/portrait-blog/
The 3 images with the highest votes will win one of the amazing prizes below.
1st place is 20×30 canvas of your choice plus a free session.
2nd place will win a 16×20 canvas of your choice, and 50% off your next session.
3rd place will win a 11×14 canvas of your choice, and 35% off your next session.
You will have one week to get your votes in. Only one vote per person per image. Voting ends Jan 7, 2015. Winners will be announced on Jan 8th.
I want to thank all my clients from 2014, it was an amazing year.
This was an extremely special session for me and for this amazing woman. Jessica has been through so much and is so strong – a true fighter. I photographed her with another photographer Jessica DeYoung Photography, after her first lumpectomy and I was honored to photograph her again. She is an inspiration.
Cancer is awful and affects everyone in one way or another. This was such a bittersweet session for me as I lost my Dad one year ago this Saturday, September 20, 2014 to lung cancer. It was one of the worst days of my life. It was difficult to watch my Dad become so sick.
It is so important to have yourself checked every year and every time you find something new. Early detection is key. Jessica is lucky even though she has been through something awful, she will survive. I am so glad to have met her. She is a beautiful person inside and out. Thank you Jessica for allowing me to capture this important time in your life.
Here is Jessica’s story…
“I’m 31 and I am about to have a double mastectomy. Mastectomy doesn’t just happen to people with full blown invasive breast cancer or people who undergo genetic testing due to family history and decide to be the master of their own fate. It also happens to people like me… otherwise healthy people who eat well, exercise, don’t smoke, don’t take birth control pills, and have breastfed their babies (all are supposed risk-reducers). About three years ago, I felt a lump in my breast. My doctor said it was probably a cyst and to come back if it wasn’t gone in six months. I wasn’t comfortable with that and requested an ultrasound, which showed a solid mass. The time between then and now contained a biopsy, lumpectomy, and reconstruction. My diagnosis was atypical lobular hyperplasia. My follow-up plan consisted of twice-yearly ultrasounds, which have resulted in many more findings and many more biopsies. Then came mammograms and an MRI. The most recent biopsy led us to where we are now. Atypical ductal cells and few other scary findings… all in the same breast as before. It is a ticking time bomb. In some cases like mine, people would have a lumpectomy to remove the area in question and then use drugs to suppress it, but I am not a candidate for the medication. Given all this, I am choosing to treat my current condition and prevent future recurrence at the same time. Whether you’re 28 or 58, stay on top of your preventative care. If something doesn’t seem right, question it. Get a second opinion. This is really not what I planned to be doing at 31, but it is much better than what I will be doing at 32 if I don’t. Even though it doesn’t always feel like it, I am lucky that everything worked out this way and that we caught this so very early. Hopefully before the need for further treatment. I feel even luckier to have had the chance to document this moment in my life and my body as it is now. Thank you, Tristine!”
Welcome Marlin John! I was scheduled to photograph Marlin’s birth but the little guy came out too quick, yay for mommy. 🙂 I know she was happy to have him out quick. She was able to deliver him at home in a birthing tub. How awesome is that? Here he is just 7 days with his big sister Stella. Such a beautiful family.
I loved photographing this little guy. Asher did a great job for only being 2 years old, and just LOVES the water. I am seriously in love with underwater photography. It is not the easiest thing to do but so worth it. There are so many more challenges under the water than on land, but the challenges make it so fun for me. I hope you enjoy my underwater shoots as much as I do. 🙂
So here are a few images from my first few underwater sessions. It is definitely harder than it looks. Underwater adds a whole other set of challenges. I cannot tell the client how to pose or to smile or put her hand down while they are underwater. You kind of get what you get. We do go over what poses I want before they enter the water but that’s easier said than done. I wanted to experience what my models have gone through, so I did my own shoot with my hubby holding my camera. All I have to say is ,”WOW”, that was so hard – it is definitely a workout. LOL I thought my job of shooting was difficult. They all did such a great job and I cannot wait to shoot more this summer. I seriously love my job and I love this new and exciting thing I can offer my clients.
Brother and sister born on the same day 9 years apart. Love these two. <3 They are 10 and 1 now. [gallery columns="1" ids="207,208,209,210,211,212,213,214,215,216,217,218,219,220,221,222,223,224,225,226,227,228,229,230,231,232,233"]