This is where my breastfeeding photo journey all began: my very first breastfeeding mom and her sweet child. We went outdoors into the forest, searching for a magical place and found this old ruins of an ancient castle. A gorgeous scene for a gorgeous woman. From this time on, I knew that I wanted to capture moments like this for all my clients and became known for my breastfeeding pictures. Thank you so much!
As a photographer we are always looking for the places where we can plan our photo session. So I was happy to find the Maison Tela who propose at our service multiples studios with different decorations! So the maternity is going well in this one Sallon Studio!
Life takes my breath away sometimes. Like in this moment, with this stunning new Mum holding her rainbow baby girl - and the light streaming in across them both. It's a fleeting moment in time but I remember drawing breath as I snapped it. It's so special being able to work with tiny miracles and their parents, capturing moments in time that will never be repeated, but never forgotten.
Unknowingly, it is the season of early spring. The cool wind blows, and the spirit of the tree is flying all over the sky. Standing in the backlight, Xiaosen has a transparent beauty. The air emits a charming smell that only belongs to her, and she is unconsciously intoxicated in it.
When i shot this picture, i chose the timing and the lighting that seemed most fit , i love a warm vibe in a picture …
The girl that i was shooting was very calm , which made the set perfect for her .
Shooting in a natural lighting is my favorite.
My gear is great especially my 185 mm lenses.
The picture was taken the end of the summer at sunset
"Two things children should get from their parents: Roots and wings." (J.W. von Goethe)
I had to think of this sentence yesterday when I read the post of a dear colleague whose daughter moved out that day. And I could so relate to her grief.
As parents, we wish that our children would always laugh and be happy. That on their own feet and with their own eyes, they curiously discover the wonders of this earth. Step by step.
We give them the roots that reach deep into the earth and wings that carry them when we are not by their side to protect them from danger.
Wings that carry them to where new and exciting adventures await them, where they go ahead alone without our protective hands.
Our roots remind us who we are and where we come from. We accompany our children a long way on their journey. We can't mold them, but we can always encourage them to be who they are.
We can teach them that it is okay to have strengths but also weaknesses, that this belongs together and that we parents are not always perfect either.
We will always be there for our children, watching them set off on uncertain adventures and hoping that the wind will always provide enough lift to carry their wings safely through any turbulence.