I’m not 100%. Case in point…this out of frame kid toss. LOL.
But, I included it in their gallery, because I think it’s light-hearted and fun. That’s what to expect in your gallery…the perfectly posed and smiling, the images and that make you laugh and everything in between.
Sometimes a good family photo session means capitalizing on what you’ve got. In this case, I had a very shy (and super cute) baby. Instead of focusing on the fact that I was having a little bit of a hard time getting smiles, I decided to recruit her big brother. I’ll always ask questions during the photo session. Is she normally shy? Did she skip a nap today? What do you do at home to make her laugh? Information is key. If I have a baby that is comfortable around her big brother, I’ll ask him to help me tickle her feet or give her kisses. (Huntington Beach Photographer)
Asking questions also helps with what strategies I’m going to use when everyone is in the photo. Sometimes a baby likes loud noises and silly dancing. Other babies aren’t quite sure about all that hoopla and would prefer a quite game of peek-a-boo. Again, getting the information I need and then recruiting help is my key to a great photo session.
Want to see another cute family? Check out this recently family photo session in Orange County.
Celebrate Valentine’s with a mini-session for your kids or the whole family! You can use my valentine’s day themed (simple) props or just use the scenery and take photos you’ll love forever.
The mini-sessions will be on February 4 at Huntington Beach Central Park. The session fee is $100 and the digital image fee is $300 for kids and $350 for the whole family.
Click the link below to sign up and reserve your session. Directions will be emailed once you book your session.