This is the beautiful baby Mika. For a long while now i've been wishing to use this Matrieshka doll i bought in Moscow, but due to the blue colors couldn't convice a mom of a newborng girl to use it... On the day of her photo shoot i asked Mika's mom -& dad- to be the 'brave ones' & they went with it :) Not sure which one of us is happier about it :)))
I was inspired by the fairy tale of Christian Andersen and created this image. “It is a beautiful flower,” said the woman, and she kissed the red and golden-colored leaves, and while she did so the flower opened, and she could see that it was a real tulip. Within the flower, upon the green velvet stamens, sat a very delicate and graceful little maiden. She was scarcely half as long as a thumb, and they gave her the name of “Thumbelina,” or Tiny.
I'm a big fan of outdoor maternity shootings. Each season is special to me. But I think I like autumn most. The light, the colours of the leaves... especially in the forest... This is why the photo of this stunning mom to be, belongs to one of my favorite belly-pictures. I just brightened the whole scene up a bit, added some overlays for additional light towards her head and some fallin' leaves for that tiny bit of magic I try to create in every single picture.
These siblings are 2 years apart and as every newborn photographer knows, it could be challenging to pose a 2 year old sibling with a newborn, however this big sister was super patient, caring and super gentle with her baby brother. "I got you little brother"
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Meet Connor: He was only 6 days new when this photo was taken, and he’s just as sweet as could be! He LOVED snuggling with his little teddy bear.
This photo was one of my first newborns I think it was my third, this is the session I decided my specialty was going to be newborn . I didn't have much experience but I sure managed to get some great pictures this is my absolute favourite picture I have ever done
Shooting kids is so much fun. My style is kid-led, as in let the little one be in his/her own world, and follow the trail. By nature, kids are great in expressions. All you have to do is let them be at ease and await that magical expression. This time around I was shooting baby Theo. He had a divine smile and was offering so much that I couldn't resist but wait for the right second to freeze one. A natural heart throb in making, what do you say?