Hey y’all!

So it’s been a crazy few years. Blogs went out of style…. A third kid added to the mix….. a pandemic…. Life. So how have y’all been doing?

I had slowed down on shooting due to covid and restrictions. Although in the mix, I shot a couple of pandemic weddings that were amazing. I’ll post images soon. For the most part I’ve just photographed my kids.

But now it’s 2022. I’m working on getting back into the swing of things. I want to get back to shooting. I miss my photographer life. My clients. I had a fall family session with a family I’ve shot before back in November. It was a blast! I felt like the old me again. I had fun, talked with them, caught up with them. It was a blast.

So if you’re looking for a photographer, getting married, need family shots, birthday, whatever! Let me know. Let’s go get coffee and chat!

For now though, here’s some of my kids. Again. I know 🙃. I played around with low key photography a while back. Something I’ve been wanting to do for a while. I plan to start experimenting and learning more techniques. But I really enjoyed this with the kids. Plus they’re finally at an age to sit still and follow directions well, plus give good smiles 🤣


New email & some fun photos!

Hey y’all! I know I have not been blogging much lately. Three kids do keep me pretty busy. We are in the middle of a pandemic and being home with the kids again has been fun and chaotic to say the least!

I do have a new email. My sheryl@sheryllynn.net will no longer be available in a couple of days. My new email is sheryllynnlester@yahoo.com. So save it if you need the new one.

I got the new iPhone 11 pro recently. The camera is AMAZING!!! I’ve played around with the kids some. It has been fun. Here’s a few favorites! These are just some fun playful photos around the house and outside of our everyday life with 3 kids.



White – Lifestyle Newborn – Louisville MS

Another blog on Kathryn and Jon’s journey. They welcomed sweet little Jon Parker into the world! This boy is absolutely precious.

It was such an exciting day driving out to their home in Louisville. Jon Parker has the cutest room with some amazing windows. I loved getting to capture this little dude, and he was such a good one too. He cuddled up and slept most of the session.

And aren’t this mama and dada just adorable. I can’t wait to see what the future holds for this awesome family.

I shot these with a mix of digital and Kodak Portra 160! So dreamy!!!!

2019 Seniors!

It’s hard to believe I’m already typing out 2019 seniors! Where has the time gone?!

Well this is just for y’all. If you schedule in June or July, your digitals are half off with the purchase of a print package. This is only good for sessions done in June/July and sessions are very limited. So email or call to get on the schedule before it’s too late.

Here’s some recent lovely seniors I’ve had the pleasure of photographing.

Sweet Little Tucker

I had the pleasure of photographing this adorable little man again. I can not believe he is about to be one. He’s so full of personality and looked like the perfect little southern boy.

I decided recently to really start shooting film again with every session if possible. So for this session I played around with Fuji Pro 400H film. It was definitely hit and miss with a busy 10 month old. However, there were so many good ones. It’s so exciting when I get the email and can see scans from the lab!



Windsor Ruins & a road trip

Back in February 2017, my bestie (Brook) and I decided to take a day to go shoot like we use too. We went to Belhaven together, studied photography together, went to hell and back together. We went on a journey of finding ourselves as photographers.

Since graduating though, real life has set in and our once weekly road trips ended. So we hopped in the car one Saturday with 8-9 hours to ourselves and no location for our GPS. We just hit the road driving and listening to music. After a few google searches, we finally decided on visiting Windsor Ruins near Port Gibson.

This is such a haunting place. It’s amazing seeing these giant columns standing so alone in now the middle of nowhere practically. It was quiet, remote, and just so interesting. The massive oak tree (I think it’s oak), was massive to say the least. It had broken recently which made it all the more interesting. I threw in one of a house we found along the way too.

So here’s just a few of the images I have scans for. I shot these with my trusty Canon AE1 that got me through college. She’s my baby. I shot these images on Fuji 200 film.

Hope you enjoy.