Posts Tagged 'Narragansett child photographer'
L’s beauty just takes your breath away. Like all two-year-olds, she much preferred to run around the studio, play dress up, and act silly rather than be placed amidst a bunch of props and told to smile. One thing I’ve learned from my own two year old is that when you can’t beat em’, you must join em’. And joining them is truly more fun anyways! So we ran around, broke out the tea cups, wings, and magic wands and had fun being kids. I think we captured L’s beauty and whit perfectly. Enjoy your preview!
I had so much fun photographing the T family this week. With two kids under three years old, we had our share of silly songs, peek-a-boo, and funny noises for the morning. I think the best photographs of toddlers come from actually acting like a toddler yourself. They find you relatively amusing and give you a few real smiles in between the “cheese” faces! Enjoy your preview T family. Can’t wait to show you the rest of these!
I LOVE first birthdays! It is an amazing milestone to celebrate and parents are always thrilled with the images that capture their little one’s budding personality. What a personality E had! She was one of the happiest little one year olds I’ve ever photographed. The second I picked up the camera, she would look my way and give me a huge grin. And smiles ARE contagious because I’m smiling looking over these once again! Enjoy your sneak peek mom and dad. I can’t wait to show you the rest because EVERY image is a keeper!!
I had a blast photographing our mini sessions last Friday! For anyone unfamiliar with our mini sessions, they are only about 1/4 of our regular sessions in time, lasting only about 15 minutes. With little time to warm up to the camera, we jump into the shoot feet first (literally!). Kids can run around, play and jump on the bed, all while I chase them around trying to capture all of those little expressions in between. High Energy! Mini sessions aren’t for the timid, that’s for sure! Of course last Friday turned out to be the DARKEST day in my studio all year. It was pouring rain outside and the light was terrible. Needless to say my camera settings were a challenge trying to photograph 12 children who were under 3 (hello slow shutter speeds and small fstop numbers)… but I do love a challenge! All of these little ones were absolutely fantastic. Sweet and fun and full of personality! Thanks for such a refreshing day!
Here is just a little glimpse of the fun I had with the G family last week. They kept me laughing the entire session! I don’t typically photograph families this large in my teeny studio, but our day turned out to be close to zero degrees with the windchill, so we were all happy to be indoors instead!! There were so many different combinations that we photographed that I’m only sharing these two little previews so as to not leave anyone out…. or have a mammoth 2 page preview! The love of this family was certainly a joy to capture. Enjoy your preview.
These two little boys were so much fun to photograph. Mom and I actually went to highschool together, but with both our last names changed, I didn’t realize it until she walked in the door! It was fun catching up and meeting her two handsome boys. The session was mainly A’s 6 month portraits, but we got some adorable brother and family shots as well. I can’t wait to show you the rest!
I wasn’t originally going to post the sneak preview from my mini sessions until their galleries went up, but we had such a fun day I just have to show it off! I loved meeting all of these gorgeous kids and even with only 15 minutes of shooting… I’m STILL going to have a hard time picking favorites! Here are some that brought me a smile from the day. Enjoy your preview. More fun to come!
Oh brothers! In her pre-session questionnaire all mom said she wanted was a picture of both boys smiling, with eyes open, looking at the camera. Any parent of young siblings knows how hard that can be to capture! Well I’m happy to report we got it! It’s funny I took over 400 image at this session. Most consist of T squeezing R and R crying, or R smiling and T running out of the scene! haha Of course those all end up on the cutting room floor and only adorable shots like these make it into the final gallery. But, those outtakes do give me a good chuckle along the way! Enjoy your preview and your two beautiful boys mom!
A and M visited the studio just before Christmas and after meeting them, I know Santa must have been good to them both. They were both so sweet and fun capture on camera. Their beautiful blue eyes stole every scene. Enjoy your sneak preview F family!
We are so excited for our mini sessions today! Just when we were beginning to get caught up with the holiday rush, Heidi looked at her calendar and saw that there would be some free time this week to shoot some minis. Remember that friend in college who just couldn’t enjoy her vacation after finals, instead took a winter course or interned? That would be Heidi.
In order for things to run smoothly we set up some classic neutral sets from some of our favorite shoots and wanted to share a sneak peek. No wide angle lens on hand today but here are a couple photos of what the studio looks like today. The mattress with our IKEA canopy is something new but we love how the images are turning out and plan on keeping it here permanently.
These Pottery Barn curtains are also brand new. With the sun so low in these winter months it gets very bright in here. Also with the glare from our snow, we didn’t want to risk having squinty eyes, but they also make the room feel cozier don’t you think?
And a sneak peek of our first session from today – adorable 4 1/2 year old and 6 month old siblings who loved jumping on the bed!
If you are interested in doing a mini session but couldn’t book with us before the spaces filled up, we will be announcing new dates on the blog February 1st. One of our new years resolutions here at the studio is to post a monthly newsletter… EVERY month. Sign up if you haven’t already and we promise you’ll be the first to hear about our specials and next set of minis before we post it on the blog.