Erin Reas Creates

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Blog for graphic designer + photographer, Erin Reas. Based in Austin, TX, Erin shares stories from photoshoots, case studies on design projects, and tips and tricks for either profession!

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Mini Sessions 2018

I will be holding my first mini session day on Saturday, November 3rd at Circle C Metro Park. Sessions will last 20 minutes, which is perfect if you want an updated family portrait, need a photo for holiday cards, need a new headshot, or if you just want cute photos of yourself - because treat yo self! Mini sessions are $90 and you will receive 4 fully edited photos that you get to CHOOSE from your online preview gallery. You’ll then receive full download and printing rights for the 4 photos you’ve chosen.

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Ellis Family | Extended Family Portraits

The hours leading up to the Ellis family session were nerve wracking. The forecast showed that there weren’t supposed to be storms during their session; however, as I drove to Kingsland, it started to rain. As I got closer, I kept praying to God that the rain would pass and I could shoot because I had no idea what we would do if we couldn’t.

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Windhager Family Portraits | Extended Family Session

There were over 30 members of the Windhager family in attendance for the reunion. Honestly, I had no idea how it would go shooting so many people! I always prepare for shoots with getting a list of all the desired photos and groupings that the family wants, scoping out a location (or in this case looking at photos online), and getting an idea of the different ages. However, with so many people I went in knowing that I had to roll with whatever I was walking in to.

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KatyAnn and Luke | Maternity for Baby Rand

For the maternity shoot, KatyAnn and Luke wanted something casual - for it to be less about her being pregnant and more about this is a moment in their love story. We walked around Mueller Lake and Aldrich street. I was worried KatyAnn wouldn't be up for it; she was 34 weeks when she had her session. She was a trooper, though and was completely ok with walking around so much! We decided that it would be fun for them to grab ice cream at Lick for a few shots. I love her that part of the shoot was so true to them! They got to act like the goofballs they are and have a little bit of fun!

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Los Angeles, California

When I first booked my tickets, I thought being in LA for three days would be enough of a little trip. I only had a few days available, and I’ve been wanting to visit my sister and see her LA life (also give the approval of her new tribe - that’s a big sister’s job, after all). However, when I added up the hours I was actually in LA, it was only 48 hours. We sure did a lot in those 48 hours, though.

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