It’s no secret that I absolutely love photographing newborn babies. I really enjoy going to people’s homes, often places I have never been to explore new ideas and get creative. I especially love when people come to me with ideas they have seen or personal items they want to incorporate because it gets me outside of my creative “box” to try something new. And often the ideas I go into a shoot with to serve as inspiration can lead to something so much better than I had hoped for! Here is a series of photos I did for a family who had just welcomed their little girl into their family. They had a few ideas going in and I was so excited to see them come to life! And the basket photos at the end with the floral wallpaper were a complete surprise as I saw the wall in their bathroom and HAD to use it! So many fun and creative photos came from this session, here are just a handful:
Travel town is a cool old location that has been around for ages and is a perfect shoot location for young kids and toddlers. This little one loved exploring the trains and was completely in his element. Choosing a location that kids can be comfortable and themselves is a great way to capture their true personality. Here are some photos we took at this amazing location!
There are several great outdoor locations around West Los Angeles that are popular and fun to use for family photo sessions. One of the most popular places I hold sessions is Holmby Park. This quaint and beautiful park has beautiful trees and many great spots to shoot. This family session was a fun one as we ran around the park capturing lots of play. Lots of smiles and laughs were had and I really love the range of photos that were captured!
This extended family session was done on a perfect afternoon at the perfect time of day. It was crisp, clear and beautiful. This family was together for the holidays and they wanted to capture this time together, cousins, grandparents, siblings, and individual families. I really love the clothing they chose and the simplicity of the beach. Check it out!