Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Sweet newborn nuggles { Enon, Ohio Newborn Photographer }

O.M.G. Miss Ryleigh was a complete and utter joy. A breath of fresh air with a realization of why I got into photography. I thoroughly enjoyed the time her parents and grandma allowed me to hold, nuggle, play with, and pose her. Ryleigh and I got along fantabulously. We talked, we smiled, we played dress up, we ate, and we napped. Ok, ok, so I talked and smiled and dressed her up….and she ate and napped. But really….details aren’t that important. :) The best part of the day was she didn’t initiate me, just her dad. He was a great sport about it!

Anyway, here’s a sneak peek of her session. Thanks so much for letting me photograph the beginning of your new life together.


Monday, October 25, 2010

Breast Cancer Awareness Contest at I Heart Faces

This week’s theme at I Heart Faces is in celebration of Breast Cancer Awareness month. The requirements of the picture include a face and the color pink. The color pink, of course, brings the images of little girls to mind. My little girls aren’t quite so frilly and girly and playful and whatnot. However, I have had many opportunities to photograph the beautiful baby girls. This one in particular just strikes me as stunning. It’s one of my favorites of all time. I think the pink flower just makes the picture POP! You’re instantly like “Awwwww, what an adorable baby girl”. I love it!

Be sure to check out the other entries at IHF!



Saturday, October 23, 2010

Three little girls { Dayton, Ohio Family Photographer }

I love photographing twins! I think that having twins gives an advantage that most photographers don’t have. Experience. Personal experience from birth to age two. Been there, done that. So imagine how delighted I was to find out this family had twin girls that were about MY twin girls’ age. How fun!! They were so much fun and I think we got some pretty pictures. Thanks girls. I hope your mom and dad like the pictures!


Friday, October 22, 2010

My family { Dayton, Ohio Family Photographer }

Due to personal reasons, our photographer had to cancel our family session at the last minute. I prepped like a mad dog for this shoot for months. From hair accessories to shoes to coordinating (not matching) outfits for the entire family TIMES TWO! for months. I even had my hair done the day before with intentions of wrapping it up like they did in the ‘olden’ days so I wouldn’t have to attempt to make it look near as good as my hairdresser did. The amount of money and time I spent on this day is beyond belief. So when it was canceled, to say I was disappointed was an understatement. I decided to take matters into my own hands.

And that was a disaster. LOL If it could go wrong, it did. And then some. What was supposed to be a great family day turned into a nightmare of tears. Most of them were mine. Hehee. There’s a reason that photographers hire OTHER photographers to take their family portraits. As you’ll see, there are no pictures of us as a family. Just more pictures of my kids. And one of my unwilling husband. I have to drag him by the ears in order to get him to model for me. Geesh, what’s a woman gotta do to get a good picture of her family? :)

So, none of me even though I was prepared. Maybe next time.

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Friday, October 15, 2010

Family Mini #2 { Dayton, Ohio Family Photographer }

Great mini session! This was before Mother Nature barged in on my other family. We had just enough light because the clouds hadn’t moved in yet. Add in some cute kids and great downtown venue and you’ve got yourself a recipe for awesomeness. I love urban shoots.


Thursday, October 14, 2010

Family Mini’s { Springfield, Ohio Family Photographer }

After weeks and weeks of barely any precipitation, I had to schedule the family mini sessions on the day the thunder rolled. LOL Mother nature was in a foul mood today and ruined my plans. I watched the light nearly disappear while I waited for my second family to arrive. From bright and sunny to cold and dreary. I kid you not when I say the temperature dropped 21 degrees, the skies turned dark black, and the leaves flew out of the trees and were whipping in the wind. Those things hurt when they hit you! LOL It occurred in literally 5 minutes. So needless to say, you will be seeing this family again. We’ve rescheduled for Friday and I’ve got my fingers crossed that it’ll be a good day. In the meantime, I got a few to share ‘til Friday.


Friday, October 8, 2010

Products featured by Lynne Bingham Photography

Brand new and lovin’ it! Introducing THE {LOVE} BOOK.This flush mount album has thick lay-flat pages and no middle gutter. Pages are printed as full spreads with nothing lost in the center of the album. These great albums are available in fixed lengths of 20, 40, or 60 pages and are available in  6x12, 8x8, 10x10, 12x6 and 12x12 sizes. You can choose from a variety of fabric or leather for the cover or choose a custom satin cover as shown below. Each album is padded and adhered to the masonite cover. Available for all sessions.

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BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS are one of my favorite things to do after a newborn session. I custom create them for you. No cookie cutter announcement here. You simply tell me what you’re looking for and I’ll do my best to create that vision for you. Announcements are 5X7, include envelopes and come in packages of 25.


By popular demand, the latest product offered at Lynne Bingham Photography is the CUSTOM COVER CASE AND CD with all the edited digital prints from your session.  You’ll receive the full resolution portraits for printing along with low resolution copies for sharing online. A right to print release is included on the CD.


What to do with all those great engagement pictures? Well, make your WEDDING GUESTBOOK of course! What a great way to showcase all those gorgeous portraits as well keep the memories of all your guests and well wishes. Custom designed hard cover book with 20 pages of semi-gloss paper. Available in 8x8, 10x10, 8.5x11, and 11x8.5. No more boring guestbooks with signatures. Who keeps those, anyway? This one you’ll proudly display!


THE LITTLE BLACK BOOK. Often used for boudoir or wedding albums, but also available for other sessions. These albums are bound in handcrafted leather and professionally assembled. Very sleek and sophisticated. Available in 5x7, 8x8, 8x10, and 10x10. Prints extend to within 1/16” of the page edge to create a matted look. You can choose between 10, 24, and 40 pages. Oooh la la!

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If you are interested in any of these products, please feel free to call me at 937-270-2877 to book a session or email me at for a detailed pricing list. If you have questions, let me know and I’ll do my best to answer them. And show you pictures. :) Looking for something not featured here? Send me a suggestion.

Wedding albums coming soon!

Thursday, October 7, 2010

My babies’ school pictures { Union, Ohio Child Photographer }

Yesterday, I previewed Colton’s first school picture. Yes, I know he’s in preschool….please don’t give me any grief. I give myself enough. :) Like almost everyone else, I was suckered into buying his “first school picture”. Ugh! I could kick myself!! It wasn’t even a good picture, but I kept hearing my husband say “This is his first school picture. He’ll never have that again. If you don’t buy it now, you’ll never be able to again and you’ll hate yourself.” Trust me, I hate myself. I spent a buttload of money for a crappy 8x10 that isn’t even cut straight!!!

I’d show it to you but that would be against copyright laws. Every photographer and their work should be respected. Please don’t copy, reproduce, scan, print, etc. without written permission people. It’s just rude. Off my soapbox now.

So to make myself feel better and prove to myself that I do have a lick of sense (cuz believe me when I say that I wasn’t feeling like I had any after that fiasco!), I took my kids out for their first “official” school picture by Lynne Bingham Photography. And then to feel extra special, I ordered them in 16x20’s on styrene to put up in my living room. In color! For those of who you know me well, that’s a step outside the box. Hehehe. Anyway, I wisely invested in Lynne Bingham Photography and I feel better now. Colton’s other school picture will go in a keepsake box. LOL


Smash cake for Mr. Callum { Arcanum, Ohio Child Photographer }

Omigosh. Seriously, I cannot believe Mr. Callum is one year old. I can still remember taking his newborn photographs. I fondly recall how sweet and squishy his cheeks were (and as you can see….they still are!) I wanna ‘nubble’ him every single time he’s here. For those who aren’t in the know of my made up vocabulary, that’s snuggle and nibble at the same time. My kids love that. :)

He’s such a happy baby and I love taking his picture. This time was no exception. The smash cake was a hit, for a little while anyway. After that, he just wanted to tackle me and my camera. Smart little cookie, isn’t he? :)

Mom brought the curtains from his nursery to use a backdrop. She even coordinated the cake. So stinkin’ cute! Here’s a sneak peek for his parents. Enjoy!


Here we go! The cake after the first taste of icing. Oh, and sprinkles! You can’t go wrong with sprinkles!!


That’s how I eat my cake, too. Foot up for balance and all. Hehee.


See! Straight for the camera lady. Little stinkpot!


Wednesday, October 6, 2010

‘50’s session preview { Union, Ohio Family Photographer }

Choose a theme, find a setting and a cool prop, willing participants and you’ve got yourself a recipe for a ton of fun, yes? Here’s a preview for ‘50’s session discount I offered on my blog last week. She was here to pay her session fee within 6 hours of the posting. Whoa!

This is just a small preview. I haven’t had a chance to look at many, but I wanted to show a few that I think are fabulous.

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