17 March, 2009

Acree Family: Turtle Bay Hawaii Portrait Session.

The Acree family was so much fun to photograph. It was a VERY windy day. I only remember shooting on one other day that was as windy, ever. (Remember these shoots, shoot 1, shoot 2?) They were troopers out there in the wind and cold. :) Thanks guys for choosing me to photograph your awesome family! You're great! Enjoy.














12 comments:

richie said...

Awesome family! Great shots. The crab one is SOOOO cool! I think I'd want that one huge on my wall.

Andy Beal said...

Great shots as always but you need to post your photos to Flickr so I can peek at your EXIF data and see how you had your camera settings. ;-)

C'mon, I need to learn from pros like you!

shelly said...

Such treasures!

Stefanie said...

Hi Natalie, my name is Stefanie and I just want to say I love, love, love your work! I'm trying to learn as much as I can about photography and how my camera works and your articles on DPS are awesome! They've really opened my eyes to a whole new playing field. Thanks again for all your tips.

Kathy B said...

I'm so glad to have found your blog. You have wonderful talent!
We lived in Kailua, Oahu for 11 year and *loved* our trips to the country (:
Now we live in NC close to family, which is always nice when you have children.
Thank you for sharing your pics and your knowledge!

Annie said...

How'd you get to be so sweet? and good? and talented?

I love you.


(tather)

Anonymous said...

As a mom to the Acree family your pictures brought tears to my eyes. The pictures capture all the love this family exudes every day. You have a lot of talent. Thank you.

oneshotbeyond said...

classy family photographs. I think the wind adds so much to the photos.

Taryn Rivera Photography said...

Natalie, these are great. You had a beautiful sky that day.

Linda said...

Hi Natalie,

These photos are so beautiful, I love the fifth photo from the top. I'd love to know your recipe for this photos.....

I'm Natalie. said...

Linda,

I'm glad you like them. The 5th image from the top, the one you mentioned, was shot with a very low aperture (1.4). And that's the recipe. . . add salt to taste. :)

xo.

N

Vaitai 6 said...

Hi Natalie.

I've been following your blog for a while now and it (and your informative articles on DPS) has been my 'go to' place to find information on this newly found LOVE of photography! Thank you so much!!!

I love these images!!! somehow my BEST shoots have come when the wind decides to kick up and have a hay day with my subject(s). Adds to the fun factor... totally up my alley! Anywho~ Thanks again for all you do for us momtogs!