Hello!! I just wanted to pop in and say that I am taking a break from posting to the website since Fall photos are in full swing! I am dedicating my time to making your images look the very best that they can! In about a weeks time, I will begin posting again, for I have dozens of sessions that I cannot wait to share! As always, thanks for stopping by and if you would like to see some sneak peeks of my recent sessions, head on over to my Facebook page at www.facebook.com/morganwebbphotography.
When my photography journey began, I never thought that I would would have more than a few clients, let alone do this for a living. There were just so many photographers out there and how was I suppose to compete with all of them!? I am now professionally 4 years into this wonderful amazing road and I have met so many awesome people….really, it’s nuts. I am so very fortunate. The online communities, the clients, and the other -very tight knit and supporting- photographers.
When I have a fellow photographer ask me to photograph their family, I can’t help but be so incredibly honoured and humbled. I also get incredibly nervous! But Stephanie was so awesome to work with that my nerves quickly disappeared. This family was a complete joy to work with. I even had a chance to take some portrait images of her beautiful daughter at the end! Please check out her work: Stephanie Stewart Photography, she has some really moving images!
Let me stop for a second to tell you that I am seriously the luckiest photographer in the world. My clients are always so wonderful to work with. That’s true of my session with the MacAuley family, too!
I met up with them at the Wallace museum and the weather was perfect for photo-taking. While the weather was fine, it was the MacAuley family that made this shoot such a joy.
They wanted to make sure they had lots of good photos since the youngest of them had graduated and we be doing his own thing in the coming months. As you can see, this family is not only photogenic, but also a close-knit group who clearly love spending time together. They are lucky to have each other.
Newborn sessions can definitely be the most difficult session, but they are byfar the most rewarding. Not only was having a newborn to shoot so great, but also being able to do a session for another wonderful RCMP family. I am so very honoured.
This little girl was absolutely stunning. Her session started out wonderfully. She slept through our first setup until I woke her accidentally getting ready for our next background! Doh! I felt horrible!!! The rest of the session became a little messy with the normal newborn spit-ups and other messes, but we got some wonderful shots before it was time for babe and mama to head home for some much needed rest.
When you have kids, your relationship changes suddenly and drastically right at the very moment you hear that little being for the very first time. Some things change for the better and some things change….how do I put this….they change. And when health and NICUs and constant hospital trips come into play, it’s a whole different challenge.
These past few years have been challenging, and although seemingly slowing down, they can still be quite a challenge. These past years have also been incredibly rewarding and exhilarating. I’m so very thankful I’ve shared every single moment with you. It’s been easy to forget about us with so much going on these days, but you try everyday to make sure that we just have a moment that is ours and ours alone.
You have given me a life I always dreamed of, a real-life fairytale and you are my prince charming. I look forward to the adventures to come and many more naps on the beach.
You are my husband, my best friend, my everything.