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Tyler || 2015 Senior

When Haley and I met up for some test shots in Paris, I also met Tyler, another one of Ryan’s students. Most of the guys I have shot have been baseball players, and Tyler was no different. We may have had to jump a fence to get some of these shots… but I think they are totally worth it. Guys aren’t normally into the whole “senior picture” thing, but Tyler did great and I love the shots we got.

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If you are a senior in the Paris (Texas, not France) area and would like more information about senior sessions, please feel free to email me at samanthajmuse@gmail.com!

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Haley || 2015 Senior

Meet Haley. She is a senior at Chisum High School where my husband teaches. Haley agreed to meet me a few weekends ago so I could test shoot a location… being new to town I wanted to get a feel for the area. I love the way these pictures turned out and can’t wait to hopefully do another session with her in the spring!

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Amarillo Photographer || Best of Children

Photographing children is tricky. Seniors and families… piece of cake. But kids. Oh boy… they just want to run around and not smile for the camera. Luckily, I’ve had some great friends whose children are just beautiful, and I got to spend some time capturing them on camera over the last two years. I’ve included some of my favorite photos below and look forward to working with children and babies more in the future.

Ryder (2014)- You’ve seen his family a few times before, the Salitores. He is the cutest and I just loved this session. We played around with different props and I can’t wait to bring my childhood Radio Flyer back to Paris to keep for future kids sessions.

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Amarillo Photographer || Best of Families (Part 2)

Yesterday you caught a glimpse of some of my older work, and I really hope you can see improvement with these photos. I have learned so much about photography over the course of the last two years, and especially in the last three months since I started teaching high school students. Here are the last four “best of” families from our time in Amarillo.

The Carr Family (2012)- Ryan worked with the Carrs’ (Mr. Coach, in the red, and Mrs. Coach, in the green) for two years at River Road. We both truly believe that this was the best first job Ryan could have asked for in the education field. We look up to this family so much and are truly happy to be back on the same side of the state as them.

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