Tag Archives: national association of professional children photographers

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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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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