Brittney Owens Photography

Brittney Owens Photography
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Saturday, February 28, 2015

More snow!

I had to reschedule sessions due to weather but I think the time with my family was worth it! The dog loved it the most.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Baby Lydia

I was  very excited to meet this special little girl. She is baby #5 and you could tell because nothing I did could disturb her. She was wrapped up nice and toasty. 

This baby girls mommy and daddy have been working hard to raise money toward her dad's pancreas and liver transplant. I was happy to meet her mom, Ashley but dad was unable to attend the session because he was at dialysis.

Jason has struggled with Type 1 Brittle Diabetes Mellitus since he was 15. He is father to five young children, Lydia being their newest addition.  Jason suffers from severe retinopathy and has undergone many eye surgeries and laser treatments.  As a result of his diabetes, He is now legally blind, and has painful neuropathy with severe damage to many other organs. A few years ago, Jason was diagnosed with end-stage renal failure, and with only 10% kidney function, he is currently on dialysis. A kidney/pancreas transplant is Jason’s only hope for a healthy life.

The journey this family is on will be an expensive one. If interested in donating please visit:

I always love spending time with theses precious newborns. Thank you to Ashley for letting me photograph her beautiful daughter. Please enjoy their mini session images!




Fort Smith, Arkansas photographer specializing in newborn, children and family portraits. 

Monday, February 23, 2015

Baby Zoe's 6 month session

Miss Zoe is 6 months old!!! I absolutely love getting to see this sweet girl every few months. It has been so fun watching her grow. I don't think this little one could take a bad picture. She's such a natural in front of the camera and offered up smiles like crazy.


I love the black and whites the best. When I have the parents hold out their baby its always a little fun for me to see how long it will take before their arms get tired. Zoe thought she was super man and kept squealing.




At this moment Zoe had a lot to tell me.



She was a little to excited to sit up on her own so mom and dad had her propped. She's such a little supermodel. 

As happy as she was, its very easy to see she is spoiled with attention. 

So I counted. Of the 24 images, in only 3 she isn't cheesing. So beautiful! Can't wait to see her at 9 months.
Fort Smith, Arkansas photographer specializing in newborn, children and family portraits.