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Downtown Dallas isn’t as Scary as I Thought – Dallas, TX Photographer

 As I mentioned in my last update I’m trying to get caught up! My poor blog. When things get busy it’s the 1st thing that gets neglected.

Up first are these two love birds! Aren’t they adorable?  I had a blast with them during their session and they forced me to get out of my location bubble which was something that needed to be done!

 What exactly is as location bubble you ask?

Well I’m all about trying new things and I’m always on the hunt for fun new locations…..locations within the Plano, Frisco, Allen, McKinney, Murphy, Lewisville, shoot even Grapevine areas  BUT I never venture into Downtown Dallas……NEVER! I’m scared of the crazy traffic and one way streets. Not to mention that I get lost pretty much everywhere I go. Oh how I’ve wanted to shoot there for the longest but I was just too scared. It took these two to get me out of my little location bubble and I’m so glad they gave me the kick I needed! I even stayed for an additional hour after our shoot was over just walking around taking in the sights through my camera lens. Shame on me for taking this long to get down there and shoot!

 

Don’t they look like they could be in a Lens Crafters add? 

 

 

 

Loved her scarf! Y’all know I’m all about bright bold colors in my images! It really helps to add a bit of warmth and personality to your photos! Aaron told me ahead of time that she was not a fan color. I was glad that she decided to add a little pop to her outfit! It’s came together beautifully.

 

 

 

 

 

 Got to love when the guy is on board during a session! Ross was a blast to work with and was totally comfortable in front of the camera!

You go boyyyyyy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 A little love note from Ross to Aaron.

I told you these two are adorable! 

 

 

 

Below is one of the images I took after my session with Ross and Aaron…….you know, when I was all brave and ready to take on Downtown Dallas. 😉

 

 

 

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