The Earhart's came to Ocean Beach (my personal favorite San Diego neighborhood!) for their family's mini session a couple of weekends ago! Despite the teenagers wanting to be anywhere but doing photos, they sucked it up long enough to get some fun shots for their mom. ;)
The wonderful Eubanks family is heading overseas to Italy this week! According to Google Translate the title of this blog means, 'See you later Eubanks Family!' in Itallian. This military family has traveled a LOT and have the coolest stories about where they've been and the people they've met. Their son has the adventure bug like his parents; this kiddo had ZERO fear of the ocean, his dad was knee deep in the El Nino waters of La Jolla Shores in San Diego, CA keeping him from going swimming. Those of you that know me, I love a kid that loves the ocean! I really enjoyed shooting this family portrait session and I hope
What a wonderful year it has been! Its the first year Sarah Nail Photography is full time in San Diego, CA. My husband/ business partner/ CFO/ stand in assistant has continued to support our new business venture and push me in the right direction. Without Zac I wouldn't have had the courage to start shooting full time and push for the dream of being my own boss.
Anthony the assistant/ intern/ human light stand is a stellar person and I'm so thankful he's agreed to help my scattered brain and be a huge help with clients. He's always calm, makes kids laugh, and can carry anything on a skateboard, while skating. (Which I'm secretly jealous of.) I can't wait to teach him more camera things!
Here's some of my favorite shots from this year, some Grand Cayman, favorite portraits and a few just for fun. I can't wait for the up coming adventures for 2016, such as a trip to Cuba and Mammoth, this year should be just as exciting!
Thank you to all our clients for letting us be part of these special moments in your life!
Well, after about a month or so of on and off editing, the video is finally done! Check it out below and I hope you enjoy watching it as much as I did making it. Feel free to leave comments or questions below.