Usually, it starts with choosing the concept, personal story, or choosing models. The story of this picture begins in a location that is really close to home and I would pass by it every day and I could not see the magic of the place until that morning. I live in a kibbutz, this kibbutz is like a small village with a cooperative community, which includes agriculture.
Years ago everyone would take part in the care of the farm, agriculture, children, and parents. So I decided to put the story of the kibbutz based on agriculture into this special frame. The picture was taken a year before the Corona crisis, I waited a year to get exactly the same frame, but unfortunately, we were closed and the season passed. Thank you for your love.
I have a thing for babies and toys. It's like double cuteness. :) My other passion is neutral colors. This monochrome setup worked beautifully and complemented the sweet baby. The little girl was cozy and comfortable holding her teddy bear. And her mama was in love with this image.
Expecting your second baby can be conflicting. While of course, it is exciting, it can also be kinda sad to think how life will be with a second one after your first has been (and still is) your baby and had your full attention for the past two years. This boy loves his Mama and just wants to give hugs and be held.
Motherhood is a serious and responsible job, but also an amazing experience, adventure, love, smiles, and warmth in the heart. Motherhood is a responsibility for your child. You learn to be a mother, to raise a happy child, to understand what real worries and responsibilities are, to understand what true and unconditional love is.
This beautiful girl's name is Wella. Her father is a professional basketball player. They thought that because of the COVID-19 they will go back home to Boston...but...the team signed her dad for another session in Israel...Her mom saw my work on Instagram and I’m happy that she choose me. She was amazing in the photoshoot. Very relaxed...and it was amazing to shoot her...Thank you so much for choosing my photo♥️
This image has been in my mind for a long time. For a long time, I wanted to shoot such a frame. I knew exactly what I wanted and what the picture would look like. I came ready. Down to the small details. I painted a frame from my childhood. That we would play for hours with a rope, barefoot without shoes, connected to nature, without a set time.
Little Dylan was at the awkward stage between the newborn and sitting up. His Mom wanted a beach theme for this session as we photographed him once a month for his first 12 months. This pose worked out perfectly. I'm so glad she did because this is one of my all-time favorite images.
This gorgeous mommy was expecting TWINS! Did you know that your grandmother carried part of you inside her womb? A female fetus is born with all the eggs she will ever have in her lifetime. So when your Grandmother was carrying your Mother in her womb. You were a tiny egg in your Mother’s ovaries. The three of you have been connected for a very long time. Women are amazing!
This sweet little girl is my own little girl called Benthe (3 years old) and her rabbit called Pretzel. Benthe loves to be my model and with her beautiful blue eyes and curious looks, it is always a pleasure to photograph her. I'm particularly happy that this picture was chosen because it is clean, simple, and light.
SECRETAS. The thing I like most about child photography is capturing moments of magic. Moments of magic are those moments that happen naturally without having to direct them. One of these moments is captured in this picture, which without words makes us feel the sweet memory of days of innocence.
Moms call this kind of image "double photos" or "mirror photos" and they are very popular in my studio. A lot of photoshop goes into them as it is not easy to take exactly the same photo with 6 weeks in between. I always use a print of the belly image during the newborn session, to get as close as possible to the original pose.
The two brothers have only one year difference between them. During the photo shoot, they were very cooperative and felt very natural in front of the camera. The dynamic between them was heart-melting, they listened to their parents and got along very well.