Tag Archives: national association of professional children photographers

Mona Lisa Smile | Etobicoke Baby Photographer

When I started sharing this darling little girls images on social media, someone had commented saying she had a darling Mona Lisa smile, and well, I’d have to agree. It’s not a full blow smile, but rather a mischievous grin that appears in her eyes as well as the corners of her mouth and lights […]

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Yearly | Oakville Family Photographer

I have had the pleasure of seeing these adorable kiddo’s yearly, since their births.  The changes that I see in them year after year always blows my mind.  I seriously have a hard time wrapping my head around the fact that children grow at a such super fast rate in their first 10-15 years of […]

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Milestone Session | Burlington Baby Photographer

I absolutely love these milestone sessions for so many reasons.  I could really go on and on about the reasons but rather then bore you with my never-ending list, I’ll just give you my top 2……..facial expressions and interactions. Six month sessions are really very different then a newborn session as the baby is now sitting up, […]

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Warm sunsets & wintery views | Hamilton Family Photographer

There is so much to love about this session, from the scenery and sunset, to the people and their playfulness! It was a warmish Fall afternoon, one hour before sunset and we had just been dealt a winter storm a few days prior.  The mix of the warm sunset and wintery views was a beautiful […]

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Posed yet Candid | Mississauga Family Photographer

Does that even make any sense?  Posed yet Candid.  I hope it does because that’s how I would describe my style of photography when it comes to family and children sessions. The amount of posing that I do during a session is basically to point out where you should stand for the light to be […]

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