And finally, Joe and Shana’s wedding photos from last month at Lake Sammamish State Park in Issaquah.
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I recently read an article that provided a great description of all that goes into custom photography and why it is different than visiting a chain photography studio. I thought I’d share it here for any that are interested in all that goes into custom photography. But, first a few images from downtown Tacoma a […]
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After a lot of late nights, I’m thrilled to announce that my new website is live!! Check it out at www.krisallenphotography.com. And because I can’t make a post without a photo, here is a teaser from the wedding I photographed on Saturday. How fun was this bride?
I had the pleasure of photographing this family on Sunday at their beach home on Pickering Passage near Harstine Island. What a gorgeous spot! We had crazy Washington weather – sun, clouds and rain all within two hours.
The first day of school each year serves as a reminder of just how quickly my babies are growing up. Fourth Grade this year for her. Second Grade for him. and a new school with lockers!
I had a fun session last night with two families who are long time friends – the dad’s went to high school together. We started out at Palisades Park in Federal Way for some family shots. Then we went down the road to Dumas Bay Beach for some group shots and candids. Thanks a bunch […]
I’m busy working on a client order today and while finishing up their images I found this family portrait taken in downtown Tacoma. This is my favorite type of family photo – one where you can feel the emotion.
As a photographer, I’m always working to improve my craft. My current focus is to improve my non-people photos. Yesterday, I had a little project to photograph non-people. Here are a few of my favorites. Of course, I had to photograph a few people too. Especially when the kids found a snake . . .
I met these siblings and their Mom at Dash Point State Park this morning. What a gorgeous (and hot!) day it was. The tide was way out too giving us a lot of beach to play with. Then we took some senior portraits at the barn where this senior used to keep her horse.