i just love these girls. and getting to photograph them at their home was a dream. their mom has decorated each room so sweetly. i just wish it hadn't been so hot outside. they live on a great piece of property and it would have been great to get some photos out doors. curse you summer.
- Hollie Rouse
- Austin, TX, United States
- rubigirl photography was created out of my desire to capture special moments for my friends and family. i found so much pleasure in it that i decided to make a career out of it. i shoot in a photo journalist style as i love candid shots and feel it is the best way to capture a moment. the name rubigirl photography was born out of my love for my dog rubi. when she looks at you with her big amber eyes you know that you are the most important person in her life at that moment. i feel the same way when capturing a special event or time in a person's life, you are the most important person in my life at that moment. if you would like to contact me for information you can email me at RubigirlPhotography@gmail.com
Sunday, August 7, 2011
i know we've all experience this. you meet someone for the first time and after a few minutes you just know that given the right circumstances you and they could end up being friends for life. i l o v e feeling that connection with someone, especially if i'm photographing them. i literally could have hung out with them for hours after our session just talking and listening to this families amazing story.
oh the reality of the brutality of this summer was pretty much all we could thing about on this day. we met at 8:30 in the morning at mayfield park. there is more than enough shade so i really thought it'd be pleasant, it was 8:30 in the morning for crying out loud. it was horrible. but the "l" family did a fantastic job dealing with it and it show'd in their photos.
i love photographing parents with their grown up kids, and especially with their grand kids. both relationships are a blessing to me. i get a little window of what it will be like when my girls are grown and of the precious moments i'll get to have when they one day have babies of their own. granted all of that is a foggy groggy long way off, and i'm in no rush to get there. but, i'm excited to see what it will look like.