Jacy's maternity session | Indianapolis Portrait Photographer | JustJess Photography

A couple of weeks ago, I met up with Jacy. Jacy was just a few days away from having her little baby girl, Avery. Jacy really wanted some maternity shots done. This was my very first time doing a maternity session. We had planned everything about a week and half in advance, and when the day rolled around.. turns out it was raining! Just our luck, right?! I couldn't just let the shoot go, knowing that maternity photos was something Jacy had been really wanting to get done. I asked Jacy if she would still like to shoot in the rain, guaranteeing I could make it work. She was such a trooper with the response, "I'm not afraid of a little rain!". So, with that being said, the shoot went on and these are the end results! I'm pretty happy with them, and I enjoyed the majority of them in Black & White! I may just have a weakness for a classical film image though ;) 



Packaging and Branding. JustJess Photography

I thought that I would post up a small post of how I go about putting together my clients portrait dvd's, and a little about my branding. 

I recently updated my branding all fresh with a new logo/new website/and new blog. I love my new branding so much. It fits my style so much better, and I'm happy to finally love what I'm putting together. Thanks to Lauren, of the The Perfect Pear, who designed my new logo for me. She also put together my blog. She's wonderful, and I would work with her again in a heartbeat. 

Without further ado, Here is a little bit of my packaging. Also, a look at some of my new business cards purchased from Moo.com. Their cards I find are the best quality. 

I usually then finish my packaging with the DVD wrapped up in pink chevron paper, in a safe envelope to mail stuffed with cards, candy, and pink flower petals. 

Thanks for stopping by and checking it out! Let me know what you think!


Brooke's senior session-JustJess Photography-Indianapolis Portrait Photographer

Brooke's senior session has to be one of my most favorite senior sessions I've done. I say this because she let me be myself. I love to use dark tones in my photos, and to be super creative. Brooke told me at our session that that's exactly what she wanted me to do. Be creative and use my dark tones. I was thrilled, so I took full force during her session and she enjoyed all of my ideas. Processing her photos was a blast, and I tried some new techniques as well. I'm so very proud of these, and I hope you enjoy them as well! 

Without further ado, Here is the gorgeous Brooke Weeks, of Lebanon High School: