2010- The Year in Review | Santa Clarita Portrait Photographer

2010 was an amazing year! My business grew, my family continued to blossom, I am truly blessed. I had 132 photoshoots this year, photographed 45 brand spanking new people. Many of those newborns came back to see me throughout the year as baby planners. You have allowed me to rock and snuggle your babies, capture your giggles, toothless grins, and first steps. Thank you for making this such a memorable year! Laurie Sachs Photography 2010:

 

  1. Julie says:

    Amazingly beautiful, Laurie. Congrats on a fabulous year!

  2. melissa says:

    So fun to see these all together, laurie! congrats on a wonderful 2010!

  3. Amazing, amazing work, Laurie!!! Can’t wait to see what 2011 has in store for you!

  4. Gretchen says:

    What beautiful work this year, Laurie! Best Wishes for 2011!

  5. Angela says:

    Gorgeous work this year, Laurie! Your clients are sooo lucky!!

  6. cherron says:

    So amazing!!! You’ve had a fantastic year. Look at all these gorgeous images!

  7. Erin May says:

    Incredible year, Laurie!!! What a busy year you’ve had! Gorgeous images from 2010, I can’t even imagine what 2011 has in store for you!

  8. Jane says:

    Wow, these images are prefect in every way….gorgeous, gorgeous!!

  9. Melissa A says:

    wow… just gorgeous!!!! :) What a great year! :)

  10. Hi, I’ve been a huge fan of your work this year, fun to watch your littl clients grow up too! If you don’t want to share this that is fine, but I love your seamless paper. I was guessing that the darker one is thunder gray?? and I was wondering what the lighter one is? Thanks a bunch!
    Sharla

    • Laurie says:

      Hi Sharla- the darker gray I use is thunder gray and the lighter… I’m not sure! I think it may be pursuit gray. Hope that helps, Laurie Sachs

      • Thanks so much for sharing. I just bought my first seamless this last week. Everyone had high marks for thunder gray so I tried it first, but I really liked your lighter one too. It just really helps to see a “real” picture of the sample! I’ve always used silverlake’s muslin, so paper should be fun…although my first client kept tripping over the edge and it tore…gotta figure a way to keep it down! Thanks again for sharing.
        Sharla

  11. WOW Laurie, this is incredible!!!!

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