Continuing with a series of family portraits from last fall, here’s the ‘A’ family with their 4 month old daughter. Look at those cheeks!
I had a lot of fun photographing families at the end of last year. It’s actually a refreshing change from wedding photography since the interactions are so different with a family that’s relaxed and having fun in the park (as compared to couples living through the most important day of their lives!!)
So here’s the ‘T’ Family that I photographed in Mountain View on a crisp Saturday morning. As you can see, we did a little bit of posed family portraits then let the kids (and parents) have fun in the play area. It’s amazing how much of a motivator it can be to tell two little boys that they’ll get to play on the swings & slides after the photos are done! There’s a lot more to share so keep your eyes peeled for more blog posts coming soon!
Well hi there! It has been a looooong time away and I’ve got a very good reason for you. Let me introduce you to my son, Aiden. He was born on the first of this year and I’ve been rather busy with him These are copies of his birth announcement (photos taken by your’s truly). Now that I’m getting back into the swing of things, you can expect a lot more updates from me!
I just had to share a few photos I did for baby A. He’s such a darling and was just 7 days old during this first portrait session. He was just barely 6.5 pounds when born so you can image how tiny he was! Luckily, this little guy was so sleepy that we had a really easy time taking these wonderful photos of him. Welcome to the world little guy!
Besides Wedding Photography, I’ve gotta say that I just love photographing children. I don’t do as many children and family photoshoots as weddings, but the fact that I’ve got a 2-year girl at home means I spend a lot of time photographing children! These are just a few photos of my little one…we were taking holiday photos last fall and dressed her up. She’s great in front of the camera so we combined a little bit of light posing and just letting her play in the leaves.