In my work I have the privilege of accompanying my clients’ families in the major milestones of their lives. And I often like to tell these before-and-after stories, of welcoming a new baby to the family. So in many of my “Belly & Baby” shoots, I pitch the idea to my clients, and if they are up for it, I plan ahead include these in our session. And when an adorable older sibling is curious as little Ronnie was, it’s just twice the cuteness.
This little girl was so golden, she slept so beautifully all the time that I managed to take so many beautiful photos. Her big proud brother was also amazing. Working with him was so easy. I really enjoyed the whole photoshoot and was able to present me new props and outfits.
This image was captured on a warmer than usual December day. The sun was in an out of the clouds. As we were wrapping up our photoshoot and walking back to our vehicles I turned around to notice the sun shining again as it was setting behind the hill. I quickly asked if they would come back for one more photo. So glad I did. It was a beautiful moment.
this picture is really important to me because this is representation of love and endless-hope. This mum had an endometriosis. According to the doctors she will never be pregnant at all. Her baby is a little miracle. This remember me how much life is beautiful. She is a model of calm, hope, and positive attitude. Every one should believe in his futur at least as much as her.
AUTUMN. Sometimes to start something new, you have to destroy what was before. Sometimes to rebuild yourself, you need to first break down. To me, this image represents something very significant. Beauty can also be seen in what is defined as broken, towards the new beginning. A stunning autumn symbolizes the end of a wonderful flowering . And the beautiful girl at the center of the image looks like the light of something new beginning to emerge.
Dan Dan is a smart boy. He seems to know the effect that the photographer wants very well. He walks under the tree, stops, and looks at the direction of 45 degrees. This is a perfect composition, the lawn in the backlight behind and the extension angle of the branches.
There is no chance to take a picture of a child repeatedly. In this moment that can't be missed, I immediately pressed the shutter.
WOW what a session this was. Little Abigail is 10 month in this photo and she didn't want to sit for 10 seconds in order to take the photos. So her grandmother put on a funny mask, took a tambourine and played with it - that captured Abigail's attention, she sat down and she started to laugh. Then I was able to capture this beautiful photo.