There's a large family in my church. The latest prenancy resulted in twin girls, bringing the total of children to 9. Dad works full-time, mom homeschools AND works two nights a week. God bless them!! There are special people that God chooses to have lives like that. I'm, obviously, not one of them.
Anyway, I wanted to make their family portrait for them as a gift because who can afford to go to a studio with circumstances like that? We waited until now so that the babies would be a little older--they're around 3-months now. So cute. What an amazing bunch of happy, mature kids. It was a hoot photographing them.
A couple of days before the session, I had changed my camera to the b&w function. The first time I ever really tried that function. Naturally I forgot to change it back, so the first couple of images I took were in b&w--but you know, I like it.
Then I switched back to color. I have a great program on my computer than does amazing b&w conversions, so I can edit any of the color images I want to. But, really, the b&w function on the camera is such fun!