Ruth’s 1 Year Portraits | Birmingham, Alabama Children and Family Photography

Ruth’s 1 year portraits were such a delight to make and to work on while editing. She’s such a joyful child and it’s very hard for me to remember a time during her Baby’s First Year Collection where she was overwhelmed or difficult. She continued this awesome streak with her 1 year portraits…and her parents…

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Henry’s Newborn Portraits | Birmingham, AL Newborn Baby Photography

Oh boy, do I have a sweet family to introduce you to. A couple of weeks ago, I made my way over to the Lehman home to photograph their new baby boy, Henry. After swooning over his nursery, it was time to turn my attention to  Henry and sneak in a few snuggles in between…

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  • Susan LehmanSeptember 25, 2017 - 9:40 pm

    These are the most precious photos I have ever seen.  Not that I am a little bit prejudice, mind you, as Henry is my first ever great nephew and… this baby is perfect in every way!  Thank you for capturing these special moments for Gordon and Leigh.  What treasures!  ReplyCancel

    • carmenbmichaelSeptember 26, 2017 - 1:33 am

      Susan, thank you for the kind comment. Henry is a precious baby boy and you’re one lucky aunt!ReplyCancel

Fall Mini Sessions | Birmingham, AL Family and Children Photography

FALL MINIS are ready to be booked! Snag your spot using the link in my profile. Please note the locations for each date available. These will be the last minis of 2017! Click here to book your session! *Friday & Sunday, Oct 20 & 22 will be shot in an open field near Liberty Park….

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The Birth of Riggs | Birmingham, AL Birth Photographer

A few days leading up to Riggs’s due date, there was a significant ice freeze in Birmingham, which made travel dangerous and nearly impossible. I was hoping and praying that mama would not go into labor until we could all safely get to the hospital. Luckily Riggs had similar plans. With light labor starting up,…

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  • BrynnanJuly 27, 2017 - 4:58 pm

    Well this one made me all kinds of teary! Beautiful photos!ReplyCancel

    • carmenbmichaelAugust 17, 2017 - 12:26 am

      Right? It’s hard for me not to get teary when watching a woman give birth!ReplyCancel

4 Reasons Why You Should Hire A Birth Photographer | Birmingham, AL Birth Photographer

1. Your Partner Can Be Actively Present  One of the easiest things you could do is to have your husband or partner snap a few pictures throughout your labor and delivery. You’ll get home, get settled in with your newborn baby, and decide to finally look through the photos on your camera. What you’ll quickly…

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