After years of photography using both flash and natural light I find the babies are more conferrable in natural light.
After seeing many markets in Europe, the inspiration just flows. I find myself mimicking the fillings and colors.
The Touch is one technique that I always use to get the best out of the mother baby photography.
This image I took during a Mommy and Me session. It is in the area where I live in Hong Kong. Sheung Wan is a very creative and urban area. I love to work with families in this area because it has a lot of opportunities. Definitely one of my favourites photography spots for families in Hong Kong
Meet Madelyn. This gorgeous 18 month old is such a joy to capture. She is so full of energy and curiosity. For this photoshoot we were at the blue bells field at Lock Ridge Park in Alburtis, Pennsylvania. All she wanted to do was frolic and play and so we let her. This was one of many beautiful moments where we were able to grab her attention for a split second. This shot was the favorite of the session; the lighting, the way her hair moved, how her eyes sparkled, everything just seemed to fall perfectly into place and freeze.
During a break from the mini session, they moved out of the studio space to the living, standing by the window trying to play with him and charge up a bit. It was a lazy afternoon and the sun was bright & high. I love natural lighting and I couldnt resist making this image in the candidness of the moment when baby Ezra looked right into his mother's eye with all the intensity, listening to her and being a good boy. Ezra is just 3 months old.
Evelyn! I've been capturing this spunky little gal since she was just one week old. She is constantly exploring and always smiling. She's a quick one to catch but I somehow manage to get her! We were shooting a themed family portrait session at the Ontelaunee Orchards in Reading, Pennsylvania. It was prime season for apple picking and she thoroughly indulged. In this particular moment she was so incredibly proud of the apple she had picked and was running to show her parents. The magic in her eyes was what made me love this image so much. I think as adults we often forget how wonderful and rewarding some of the small and simple things can be. Evelyn surely reminded me and many others how lovely life can be in this little moment.