This is Christina. She is a talented cook, a wine connoisseur, a beautiful and stylish woman, an excellent listener, a kind and generous soul, and most importantly…a very good friend of mine. After harassing her about outdated Facebook images, we decided on an “anytime” portrait session to get some up-to-date pictures. I wanted to show the world what I see every time I look at her.
And so I present Christina…through my eyes.
16 thoughts on “East Sacramento Portrait Session | Christina”
Teresa, these photos are awesome. Such beautiful pictures that show off her personality so well. I love the first wall!
This girl is gorgeous! I love the shots in front of the blue wall; it just made her hair and features pop! =)
loving these colours xx
These are gorgeous! You did such an awesome job showing of her personality, she has a beautiful smile! I love the black and whites.
Thank you!! Teresa, you are a fabulously talented photographer and a beautiful friend in many ways. Love you!
I love the variety of textures and backgrounds you found! I agree with Nessa, the shots of her in front of the blue really pop!
Love all the backgrounds, but especially love that first wall – excellent portraits!
!!! I love these!!!!! My favorites are the ones in front of the mosaic, with all the little pieces of color. But I also really like the ones in front of the rock, because she just looks natural and at ease. Really great session with a lot of variety!
beautiful portrait sessions, she seems really comfortable with herself. great job getting her that comfortable in front of the camera!
oh my gosh i LOVE the b&ws against that building with two windows, awesome!!
Wow – so many great ones – Christina looks great and perfectly at ease.
Beautiful! You really captured her personality.
Awesome portraits! Really great job at making Christina feel relaxed.
You really took some beautiful pictures. I thought the close up shots were some of the best myself.
Beautiful images— she looks gorgeous. And I Iove that wall in the first set!
I adore that shot with her hand hooked in the fence. She’s gorgeous!! You did a fabulous job. 🙂