Brittney Owens Photography

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Monday, November 23, 2015

Johnson Family Session {Fort Smith, AR Photographer}

I think I may have found one of my new favorite locations while photographing this family. I really enjoyed this sundown session. I haven't seen these sweet babies in about 9 months. They have grown so much. Sweet Mykel could now walk which made catching him for pictures entertaining. Miss Malaiah was still sweet as could be.


I was happy to get this image of the whole family looking at the camera. A few frames in Mykel decided he wanted Dads earings haha! 

Everytime I see this little one, she looks more and more like her beautiful Mom.


Snuck in a couple of Mom and Dad. The babies were running all at their feet.


Mykel didn't care to much for taking photos. He wanted his daddy to hold him the whole time. We got set up and quickly sat him down before he ran off. 


I really love these images. He may not of been pleased, but he was definitely handsome.

I love this look from Mykel. He's telling me with his eyes, "Don't you dare make my daddy put me down."
This was a wonderful family for me to conclude with before maternity leave. 
Thank you to Courtney and Ladon for allowing me to photograph their sweet family! I hope you enjoy your images.

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Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Needham Family {Fort Smith, AR Photographer}

I was able to spend time with one of my favorite families! I love getting to see them, especially this little one. She and her personality have both grown so much since the last time I saw her. While posing she performed a version of the chicken dance led by her brother, hoarded pumpkins, and instructed us on what she would and wouldn't do haha! Grant was responsible for getting these smiles. 

When you're this cute I bet its easy to get away with stuff. Sweet Alivea looks so much like her mommy. 



The last time I saw Grant he was about a foot shorter. 


We had to trade out the lipgloss Alivea was clutching for a sunflower. She had a love/hate relationship with the trains and trolleys around us. She kept saying "CHOO CHOOO" with big eyes. She was much more relaxed when we backed away. They must have looked huge to her little self.

I think this may be my favorite image from the session.


Convinced Grant to take a couple solo images.

Grant was making Alivea laugh off to the side. Sweet moment <3

Thank you to the Needham's for letting my photograph them! I hope you enjoy your images.


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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Madison's Senior Session {Fort Smith, AR Photographer}

I so much enjoyed getting to meet Madison and photograph her senior session. She is a beautiful girl inside and out. We had so much fun during her shoot and I am very excited to show off her beautiful images. I remember how exciting and scary the transition from high school to college was. Madison is so fortunate to be making this transition with such a supportive family behind her. So excited for you, Madison! You are an awesome young woman!

Madison's five year old brother was on smile duty. He made her laugh so easily.














I liked this picture and had to include it because while Madison was posing her mom was smiling at her. Madison asked her why she was smiling and her mom responds, "Because you're so pretty." It made her blush a little. <3




Here is a before/after that shows my editing process. 

A huge thank you to Madison's parents for allowing me to photograph her senior session. It was a wonderful experience and so enjoyed meeting the family! I hope you enjoy the images!


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