I'm Sariah

natural light photographer nestled in Woodstock GA

There are many different reasons to adopt, losing a child to miscarriage or being unable to carry naturally is just one. Here is the Booker’s story of their rainbow after the storm.

3 years old, Adoption, Families, Miscarriage, stillbirth, Losing a child/rainbow baby, Mommy and Me, Rainbow baby, Small Family

We loved you before we even knew you, even when there was just a hope for you, we loved you.

Today is the National Day of remembrance for those who have experienced pregnancy and infant loss. Today is day to remember all those babies who didn’t make it earth side but are still loved by all of us here on earth. Today is a day to honor the 1 in 4 women/families who go through […]

1 year old, Families, Miscarriage, stillbirth, Losing a child/rainbow baby, Rainbow baby

Rainbow Documentary Part 3: 1 year later!!

Hi gang! I was so excited to meet up with Colibra and Perry Glynn at High Shoal Falls for a stunning – and terribly sweet – maternity session. At the time, Colibra was mere 12 weeks away from giving birth Fraternal twin girls, so you can only imagine how she was feeling while we were […]

Families, Maternity, Small Family

Sometimes when you pray for a miracle, God give you two!

We all know that Mom and her baby are the stars of the show when it comes to a maternity session, but there’s no denying the sweetness of having the entire family in the frame, too. I love capturing the raw, candid moments between parents and siblings, and pressing pause on a moment in time […]

Families, Large Family, Maternity

Being pregnant means every day is another day closer to meeting the other love of my life. Anonymous

Happy Birthday Lucas! Today we celebrated Lucas’s 1st birthday. I have watched this little guy grow from the day he was born. He has such a sweet personality and is so much fun to photograph. Ann Marie and Wayne were one of my very first clients in Georgia and have entrusted me with many photography […]

1 year old, Families, Milestones, Small Family

1 year older and wiser too.

Welcome back, Everyone! I recently had a spectacular session with the Frank family. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – I truly have the best clients ever! This family was no exception, either. They were fun, easy going and very photogenic. Although the kids didn’t want their photos taken, they eventually warmed […]

1 year old, Families, Large Family, Maternity, Milestones

“In every conceivable manner, the family is a link to our past, bridge to our future.” Alex Haley

Back in March of this Year (yeah I know a little late to the game with this post, Sorry!) I did a session with this gorgeous mama and her husband and 5 children to celebrate the soon to be arrival of their 6 and last member of the tribe. Little Roy III was 3 months […]

3 Months, Families, Large Family, Milestones

Growing up is Hard to Do

Welcome back! The mission of this blog post is to show off the Charming Lucas Still. I actually photographed Lucas about 6 months ago when he was about 1 month old. Check out the pictures here: https://reflectionsbyluna.com/2018/12/momdad-babyfamily-of-3.html His parents traveled 3 hours up to meet us for this session so it was a long day […]

6 months old, Families, Small Family

“Of all things that I held, my baby boy is the most beautiful and precious.”

Hi all! I’ve got a newborn (1 Month old) session to share with you/ 1 month old babies are one of my favorites to capture because they are just starting to find their personality. You can start to see their different expressions and are starting to learn what each look and stare means. During this […]

Families, Milestones, Small Family

Adventure Awaits Part 2

Hi again to all my fans and blog readers! This next session was super special. It was a 3 generation family session of a local well known family. Let me start by saying that I am seriously the luckiest photographer in the world. My clients are always so magnificent to work with. That’s true of […]

Families, Large Family, Multi-generation

“All that we are, and all that we hope to be, we owe to our families.”