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Project: Create – Week #6 {Miramichi, NB Photographer}

I’ve been slacking on this project as of late…. but after spraining my ankle the end of February, plus going on a family vacation, things got a little off track. I’m so happy to be back!! I didn’t take a lot of time to shoot these photos – honestly I took 10 minutes one morning when I saw something on my way out the door to the gym… when I got home it was still the same, so I grabbed my camera and played around a little. For the photographers in the crowd, these were shot with my Lensbaby Composer Pro and some extension tubes… totally different look and feel than I’m used to, but this project is about experimenting… and I was very pleased with the results!

What I saw was a shrub (which is obviously not in bloom yet)… and with the melt/freeze cycle we are having this spring, these little icicles were hanging everywhere on it. By the time noon came, they had completely disappeared.

Admittedly this last shot is pretty abstract…. I unintentionally lost focus before clicking the shutter. I was going to delete it, but experience has told me to just look at it on the monitor once I upload it before I do something like that…. and honestly I find there’s something eerie and mysterious and, well, abstract about it. To me, anyway. I’m glad I kept it!

Next up is my good friend Denean Melcher… you’ll find her Lensbaby-inspired post here.

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Anticipation – The Roux Family {Miramichi, NB Photographer}

How do you spell Love?

You don’t spell it, you feel it.

Winnie the Pooh

I couldn’t think of a more appropriate quote to describe this session. I got to spend some time with the Roux family last weekend, to document the anticipated arrival of baby #2. This little girl is so loved already (as is her big brother Tristen).  I know I’ve said it before, but I truly don’t think a woman is any more beautiful than when she is pregnant (except on her wedding day – that’s a very close second). There’s just something about the excitement and the anticipation of meeting that special little person… it really does make you glow. I know it sounds cheesy, but it’s true ♥.  I know they’ve been waiting anxiously for this sneak peek, so here it is:

Soon-to-be big brother Tristen is pretty excited about his baby sister…. he even tried out her crib… what a little cutie ♥

I love these unique decorations in the nursery…. they came from South Africa. Absolutely beautiful!!

I absolutely cannot wait to meet this baby girl…. we have lots of fun things planned for her newborn photos, too… so stay tuned ♥


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  • Chantal Russell - What else can I say but amazing, you have incredible talent Faye. I’m sure this family will also cherish theses images for a lifetime.ReplyCancel

  • Gisela Roux - Wow, Faye, these are precious moments captured perfectly! The whole time we all spent together felt so natural. Thank you for making these very special memories, last a lifetime!!!ReplyCancel

  • Sonja - The photos are absolutely beautiful, special, soft and tender. Wow, you do not see this quality every day. I may also be a bit biased, but it can only be a pleasure to work with such a lovely and special family – inside and out. Thanks Faye, as family far away in the land Down Under, it is special to share in these memories.ReplyCancel

The Murray Family {Miramichi, NB Photographer}

A few weeks ago I had the privilege of working with the Murray family – little Colin was about to celebrate his first birthday, so what better time to do family photos! We were lucky enough to get some outside shots with the snow, as well as some inside shots – and while we were inside, Colin got to smash a birthday cake. I have to tell you, cake smashes are probably one of my favourite sessions to do – I actually think I have the most fun of anyone! This was definitely messy, but totally worth it. I had a really difficult time narrowing down my favourites for the sneak peek, so what you’re about to see is a pretty huge amount of photos…. featuring the many expressions of Colin…

Happy first birthday, little man! I hope you and your family have fun celebrating this joyous occasion. I can’t wait to show you the rest Cara and Tim (yes, there are still lots more) ♥

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Cassandra and Mark {Miramichi, NB Photographer}

I first met this lovely couple back in the fall as part of a huge extended family session. So when I heard they were engaged, I was absolutely thrilled that they chose me to document their wedding day! Their wedding is this fall, so these engagement photos will have a completely different look, that’s for sure. It didn’t seem too cold when we started out, but it got really frigid really fast. Luckily for me I have the best clients ever, and they pretty much put up with whatever weather conditions come their way.  I know they’re on a little vacation right now (somewhere far warmer than here) but hopefully they don’t mind looking at these snowy images. Here’s a sneak peek of our session from earlier this month:

I hope you enjoy these as you’re soaking up the sun Cassandra and Mark! …. many more to come ♥

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Project: Create – Week 4 {Miramichi, NB Photographer}

I was fortunate enough to get out shooting with a good friend of mine last week, and on my birthday no less ♥. I couldn’t think of a better thing to be doing to celebrate, honestly!  My primary focus that day was a self-portrait project, but we also had time to relax and shoot whatever we saw that was interesting. Thankfully we did get out that day, because I badly sprained my ankle the following morning. I haven’t been able to do much of anything since then – even editing is difficult due to having to keep my foot elevated – but I managed to get these shots edited and completed today. This week I didn’t use my lensbaby, but mainly went with more of a closeup/macro theme:

First up posting after me this week is the always amazing Denean Melcher…. you’ll find her post here.

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  • Denean - Seriously??? that teeny fuzzy thing is amazing :)
    Love the contrast of the fuzz with the rough metal and all the textures!
    The flowers are perfect as always!!ReplyCancel

  • stacy - so many great shots, but i’m really hung up on the first one. really gorgeous!ReplyCancel

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