This was my second year to photograph the little girls of Spring Creek Elementary. This year the event moved to Canyon Creek Country Club where I photograph my other daddy/daughter dance. I was right at home here. Even though this dance is much smaller than my other one the dads and daughters are just as adorable.

For this dance I was set up right next to the dance floor which presented some unique issues that as a professional photographer you just have to figure out how to overcome them. With a few adjustments we came up with nothing that I think worked out well.

I literally have only seconds to sit, pose and photograph the dad & daughter. The lines are long and I try and move them quickly so they can get back to their party.

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I’ve been hesitant to add studio photography to my business but recently decided to convert my garage into a shooting space. It’s been a lot of work and expense but I am up and ready to go. Can’t wait to get creative indoors now. Tomorrow is my first session but my doggies have been helping set up my lights.

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For the third year in a row I had the honor of photographing the Prairie Creek Elementary’s Daddy Daughter Dance. It is a lot of work but getting to see these adorable little girls with their dads each year is well worth it.

Since this was my third year I’ve also gotten to see the girls grow and change so much. It is amazing at this age how fast they change and grow. It is also fun to see the dads interact with their daughters. Growing up I didn’t have a dad around so it is always special to see their relationships and how much the little girls simply adore their dads.

The dance has been held at the Canyon Creek Country Club each year and they do such a great job of handling a large group of elementary girls. As you can imagine, they get a little crazy but have so much fun playing and hanging out with their girlfriends. I think the dads enjoy visiting with the other dads as well.

In order to match up the dads and daughters with their print orders I take a quick snapshot of the back of their order form with their last name on it. I always use this as an opportunity to lighten up the mood and tell them to make silly faces. Some of them are pretty funny. I don’t usually share these but thought I would this year. So here are some of the outtakes that usually never get seen.

Penny Clark Photography is a Certified Professional Photographer who specializes in High School Senior Portraits in the North Dallas, Plano, Frisco, McKinney, Allen, Prosper, Celina, Gunter area.

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Dana and her adorable dogs were referred to me by another photographer and I am so glad I got to meet them. First the dogs were so good. We had our session at Prairie Creek Park and there were lots of distractions but it wasn’t hard to keep them focused.

Dana is a local attorney and very active in fostering and training pets. I really enjoyed meeting her and hearing her pet stories. She could totally relate to me having six dogs.

Here are some of the images from our session.

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I’ve been really focusing on more on creating images for print competition the last few months. It has been a long, hard road with many frustrations. I have also tried to get back to why I love photography too… having FUN!

In an effort to do a little of both I had a friend of mine bring her kids over for a photo shoot around halloween. I didn’t get anything I could use for print competition BUT we had fun and I got some really fun images of the kids.

Here are some of the fun photos we took that day. The kids loved their composites I did for them.

 

Penny Clark is a Certified Professional Photographer who specializes in High School Senior portraits in the Dallas, Plano, Prosper, Celina, McKinney, Allen area.

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