From Mother’s Day

Transformations

We know a little bit about transforming women at Laura Trovillion Photography. This is what we do. The glamour photographs on my site aren’t models, they are real women. These are the same women that you see picking up their kids from school, stopping by the grocery, or in this particular case, enjoying spring break.  Normally this process occurs over a couple of hours with 3 to 5  clothing changes, some tweaks to your hair and makeup and  changing up the background and props. On April 20, 2013 we have raised the stakes – We are transforming one woman every thirty minutes for ten hours. Is 15 minutes total enough for hair and makeup? Can she be posed and photographed in 15? Will she look amazing? The answers are yes, yes and YES.  Two weeks ago, we did a trial run and these are the results!

Before:

before 1

After 15 minutes in hair and makeup:

after 1

And here are 9 of 10 fantastic images photographed in 15 minutes:

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And another before:

before photo 2

And after 15 minute of hair and makeup:

after photo 2

And 9 of the 10 amazing photos we achieved in 15 minutes of photography:

final 9 up photo

Call us TODAY at 217-897-1166 to reserve your 30 minute time slot  and get transformed…Your $100 donation will make a difference in the lives of women at The Center for Women in Transition.

Mother daughter portraits- Chris and Amy

Amy contacted me way back in April about doing a mother-daughter photo shoot with her mom for Mother’s day….except with Amy and her husband graduating college and moving, it couldn’t happen till last week! Chris was totally surprised, and Amy showed us her girly side. It was a wonderful shoot with these two women! Hair and makeup by Sarah Kellems.

Contemporary Portrait of a beautiful woman

Contemporary Portrait of mother and daughter

Contemporary Portrait of a beautiful woman

Contemporary Portrait of a beautiful woman

Contemporary Portrait of a beautiful woman

Contemporary Portrait of mother and daughter

Portraits of Women – Mother-daughter

Last week I had the pleasure of photographing Paula and her daughter Jansyn as part of my series, Portraits of Women.  This is my favorite of the images of them together. It speaks to me, reminds me of my mom, and makes me wish I had a similiar portrait for myself. Beautiful portraits are considered a luxury, but when the opportunity is gone, they become priceless. Hair and makeup by Sarah Kellems

Portrait of a mother and her daughter