You know a shoot will be fun when it's raining and the family still wants to go for it. I'm so glad we did because it was a blast following them around Downtown Fullerton. The boys were so full of energy and luckily for me, their mom just let the boys be boys and reminded herself to just let go for this session.
While waiting for dad, the boys partook in some rain tasting.
I found out real quick that the best shots of Ezra were candids.
This was supposed to be a "band" shot, but this outtake looks more fun.
A few adorable family shots.
Ezra and Noah made sure to stomp on every puddle. The expressions are too funny!
There are so many places to go in Downtown Fullerton, so we simply walked from one place to the next.
The boys were throwing objects into the water to splash each other. This is why I shoot candids, because genuine moments like these are best captured while it's happening and not posed.
I really liked the color of this wall and the lines at the top. What a sweet design.
I didn't tell Brian why I posed them right at this spot, but I wanted to get the name of the restaurant in the background while he held Ezra like this: It reads "Heroes."
The boys are at an age where kissing is yucky, but Noah was kind enough to kiss mom for the sake of art.
This is just too adorable.
Brian and Kristy in front of their favorite restaurant.
The boys look out from the inside while Mom watches. Where's the photographer?!
Cute shot of the boys. This is a rare, still moment.
A family of actors. You can't tell, but they were only pretending that a train was coming.
Too many cool walls, not enough blog space to post them. This is just one of many.
Watching as the train goes by.
As I've said, there are so many great shots but I just can't post them all here. That's what happens when you follow around a family as cute and fun as Brian's.