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You may recognize these parents from an earlier maternity session. Well, their little princess has arrived and here she is. Enjoy!
This session has so many of my favorite photos it was hard to just pick a few to share.
I started this session by working with just the baby boy. He is such a peaceful little guy. The only noises he made were tiny little baby coos. I melted each time I focused on his little details. His sister was equally adorable to work with and a bit more feisty. I think that is evident in one of the black and white photos that I am sharing below. As we set up the shot to capture a pose where a baby rests their chin on their arms, she surprised me by insisting on lifting up her head. I still can’t believe that shot.
I titled this session 20 Fingers and 20 Toes because of big sister. She counted each toe for me as we snapped the photos of her with her siblings.
I came across this location while on one of the golf cart paths here in Peachtree City. My boys and I were heading to t-ball and were winding our way around some new paths. I fell in love as soon as I came upon this location. Three ponds, two bridges and willow trees. I couldn’t wait to meet with my client and try out this new location. When the day came, I was thrilled to meet this really sweet couple. They were up for every idea that I had in mind and this location offered up plenty.
This sweet couple is waiting for their little baby girl. Happily, I will be photographing her once she is here. I look forward to meeting the little princess that will soon be wearing these adorable silver baby shoes. Enjoy!
What a happy baby! This little guy was full of expressions for me. Every time I look at the first photo published here, I can‘t help smiling. This little guy came to be photographed for his nine month milestone.
I was super happy to use my new macro lens on this little guy. In some of the last photos pictured here, I focused on details of his face and of his mother and him interacting. The intimacy that the macro lens captures is amazing.
This shoot was done on a beautiful sunny day with beautiful color. While my clients received images in color and in black and white, I wanted to just focus on the black and white images for this blog. There is something so peaceful about them. I love how they focus on the very tiny details of a little one. Enjoy.
It is really a wonderful experience to be able to capture a little one, first during a maternity session and then again, once they are born. You may remember this little one from my last post.
Again, this couple brought such sweetness to the shoot and this time they also brought a very happy little baby. I know many babies don’t smile this young, but she actually did, right at her daddy.
The first time that I saw Nicole, was when she was one of my son’s preschool teachers. I immediately thought she would be beautiful to photograph, and I was pleased to find that she was also a beautiful person. She has a sweet and gentle way about her that works perfectly with children.
It was then my pleasure, to be hired by the staff of the preschool, as a baby shower gift to her. During the shoot it was neat to see this person who spends so much time with the children of others, get to just enjoy her own.
I look forward to photographing her little girl soon. What a wonderful shift, she has focused on my child, now I can focus on hers.
I would like to share this very special photo session with you. The reason it is so special, is because it features the newest member of my extended family. I grew up in an incredibly close family. Aunts, uncles and cousins, are thought of less like extended family, but more like brothers and sisters. My earliest memory of my cousin Adam is at Easter. Up until that particular Easter I was one of the two youngest in the family. That gave me the special position of being told where Easter eggs were by my uncles. I loved being lifted into the air to get an egg while the older children had to search on their own. Then came Adam. I can still see him get lifted into the air to find an egg, while I remained on the ground without any assistance. From that day on, I had to find my own eggs. Ah, well. It was a small price to pay for a cousin whom I love very much. I was thrilled when I heard he became the father of a baby girl. So please let me introduce you to my newest little cousin Isabella, who I hope to one day help find Easter eggs.
I had the pleasure of photographing this little seven day old baby girl. Photographing a baby is something special. The sessions are mostly serene and you get to really focus on the details like peach fuzz on ears and chubby little baby hands. All you hear in the room is the click of the camera and a tiny little baby grunt here and there as they stretch into another adorable pose. You also get to see first time parents, caring for their children and you document them developing this relationship.
This session had an added element. The baby’s grandmother was there lending a hand to the new parents. We were able to take some photos of the grandmother and mother dynamic. The photos that came from that part of the session make me tear up each time I look at them. I love the relationship that you can see between grandmother and mother, there is so much going in the looks between them. It brings to life why I love candid photography, pure emotion.
I truly enjoyed capturing this entire new family at the start of their new life together. It took me back to when my children were first born, only in my case there was blue everywhere and here the baby is pretty in pink.