The temperatures are falling and the trees are showing their first signs of color changes. As you might have already seen the stores are beginning to put out their christmas decorations. So it is officially time to book your holiday portrait session. We have just over two months to get those sessions in. Any portrait session shot after November 30th will not be guaranteed ready before christmas. If you are planning to send the grandparents those framed prints now is the time to get your portraits done. If you want a new family portrait for the annual christmas cards don’t wait to make your appointment. The 2011 templates are already out. There are tons of options to choose from and I can always customize a card just for your family. Just to give you a little inspiration I have ordered our card with my son and here it is…
O! my goodness. Baby Olivia’s Newborn Session was so cute. She was not sure if she wanted to be awake or asleep for me that day. We talked her into sleeping at the end and they turned out beautifully. We also got some great shots of her with Mom & Dad awake. I could not have asked for a better baby model. Congratulations to Jesi & Ryan you have a beautiful baby girl!
I want to do something a little different tonight. I would like to talk a little about safety when it comes to babies and/or children and your photographer. I don’t know how many times I have been asked to put a child or baby in danger to get the perfect shot (according to a parent). In my humble opinion it is just a bad idea to put your child in danger for a photograph. That is why some genius invented photoshop. You should never put a baby up on something high off the ground. Or let a baby just learning to stand, hold on the something and let go of said baby just for a picture. They will inevitable fall and get hurt. I insist on safety in my home and on locations (even if it is your home) when it comes to my models. That is why I want to share a before and after sequence from a recent portrait session. This is Baby O, the first two images are straight out of the camera used to make the final edited image. Which I think is the only safe way to get the desired results of a sweet newborn holding up her head.
Baby Boy A was a joy to photograph. He did want to snack through the whole session. He must be growing! Baby A will be well cared for with an older brother and sister to lookout for him. Congratulations to his Mom and Dad you have a beautiful son. I love the buckeye hat mom had custom made for him. And grandma’s hand made baby cocoon was perfect for our newborn session.
Took more portraits of our baby J. He loves playing in my new tie props. Thanks again to Lori from Two L Creations for the new ties. It is so much fun to photograph my baby in all the new stuff first. He is at such a great age to get those genuine smiles.
I am super excited I received our Newborn Baby Poser today! I can’t wait to try it out on a Newbie. Don’t forget if you want the cute, sweet sleepy baby portraits done of your new arrival they are best achieved before 2 weeks of age. If you are expecting be sure to make your appointment ahead of time. We can always modify your appointment date if your little has a mind of their own.
Just signed up on Yelp.com for our new business directory listing! Also added a special deal Pay $30 for $60 worth of prints! You can also give these deals as gifts! Great for that expecting mother you know as a baby shower gift or for Mom’s & Dad’s for the upcoming holidays.
Sweet Baby Boy J gave me such good expressions yesterday I just had to share his portraits!
Here are just a few images from our impromptu session. We took these fun shots of 9 month old baby boy J with our new ties from Two L Creations. Thanks again Lori they turned out perfect. Having a photographer for a mom will certainly help J have a full baby book.