Beautiful Ballerina Portrait Shoot

I love doing real portraits. Portraits of people doing what they love doing. These portraits have much more of a legacy then your cookie cutter portraits. They show you for you. Your life, passion, profession. These portraits represent how others will remember you. Here are my latest real portraits of Luisa, a beautiful little ballerina. The photo shoot was in the largest country church in the United States located in Thorp, Wisconsin. This beautiful church in Thorp has a different beauty that contrasted very well with Luisa. More ballerina and dance images can be seen at my Beauty of Dance Project.

 

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  • I love doing one on one personal portrait photo sessions like this one. So much more of a story then your typical photo shoot. It is all about your passions in your life. Think about what you love doing and how great it would be to share that now or in 20 years with the people you love.ReplyCancel

  • Heather Schmitt via Facebook - February 26, 2013 - 1:00 pm

    Travis these are some of my absolute favorite photos of yours…always wondered where this amazing location was. Would love to use it for the shoot i want to schedule Caitlin with you this spring…got an idea in my head and this location would be perfect.ReplyCancel

  • It can be pretty hard to get access to this location from the people that run it now. They have been remodeling it as well so I am not 100% what it looks like inside but probably pretty similar. Something to keep in mind though. I think the shoot this spring is just with Bobbie Sue. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Heather Schmitt via Facebook - February 26, 2013 - 1:11 pm

    Ohhh okay…no actually I was referring to the shoot I told you I would like to schedule this spring after we did the Eau Claire shoot. Still would like to schedule something when it warms up….Do you know of any other locations like this? Or even anything abandoned looking and historic? something with alot of character?ReplyCancel

  • ok. I’m on the same page now. I love locations like that. I always come up with something. Aren’t there also a lot of great places up by you like this in Butternut?ReplyCancel

  • Heather Schmitt via Facebook - February 26, 2013 - 1:27 pm

    Ohhh good glad you remember 🙂 Yeah I am sure there are but would have to ask around I just really like the big old abandoned historic buildings like the cathedral looking one you took the ballet pictures in or an old mansion just something like I said that has lots of history and character and speaks from the past…weird i know but love buildings like that.ReplyCancel

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