Newborn Photographers LOVE "baby season". Normally, baby season is the end of August thru October. And when you do the math, it's all the "free" time winter brings us indoors. Fall newborns plus fall foliage family sessions create the busiest 2 months for many photographers.
But due to the Covid lockdown that started at the end of March 2020, this year has a different newborn season... January 2021! One blessing from not being busy (if you weren't an essential worker) was h
A consistent review I receive from clients is a positive one for my time efficiency during their session. Get in, get the shot, and move on! Having worked with a few thousand families in my 11 year career, I've learned a few tricks that I'm excited to share with you. These tips will be helpful for other photographers or people looking for a new photographer.
When I book my ultra mini sessions, which are my seasonal sessions (Cherry Blossoms when we lived in DC, or fall folla
It's been 5 years since your last family pictures... the youngest still in diapers.
Since then, she's lost baby teeth and is in that amazing awkward, big adult teeth, for her not adult sized body phase. Your oldest has somehow magically skipped the gangly pre-teen phase you went through (seriously, these kids are SO lucky!). Your middle one is in the 'hard to get a real smile' unless you talk about farts phase... You're nervous about making up for a few missing