Tag Archives: NAPCP

Angles | Burlington Newborn Photographer

I’ve noticed lately that most of my favourite images from my personal work are the side profiles of my children.  I feel as though this angle shows their facial changes the most as time passes.  I definitely enjoy a variety of different angles, as you will likely notice in my work, but the profile is certainly my […]

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Capturing Candid Childhood | Stoney Creek Family Photographer

I love capturing the candid moments of childhood!!  And while these Fall family sessions are planned and somewhat posed, it’s always the candid interactions that pull me in the most. When siblings look at each other with laughter on their faces, when they push and shove each other and then go back in for a […]

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Wind | Hamilton Family Photographer

It’s the one word that perfectly describes this session; wind It was soooooooo incredibly windy on the evening of our session.  Hats were a must to keep their hair out of their faces.  And that wind, it was soooooooooo incredibly cold.  Isn’t it amazing though, how when you view the final image you don’t see […]

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Fall Family Sessions | Ancaster Family Photographer

Fall is such a beautiful time of the year to have your family photographed.  The foliage on the trees creates such a gorgeous backdrop!  Pair it with the correct lens and you can really make some magic!! There is however one major factor when it comes to Fall sessions……the weather!  This year Mother Nature has […]

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Documenting Families | Oakville Family Photographer

I’m passionate about photography on so many levels, but there’s something special about photographing and documenting a family! You see, all family’s are different, we raise our children with different expectations, we show our love in different ways, and we play with them differently as well.  However, there is one thing that most family’s have […]

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