I absolutely love living in the PNW. I love the green trees and the beaches and the people. But the rain and gloom makes my job extra hard. This fall, the rainiest ever it seems, made scheduling a nightmare. After Christmas is over, I hit my slower season where I finally have more time for indoor newborn sessions! Newborn sessions are some of my favorite type of session. I love the newness of the baby and the affection of the parents. However, I still really like to use natural light, even in my newborn sessions. These sessions take place in my client’s homes and we do our best to schedule when natural light is best but sometimes with houses surrounded by tall fir trees and dark clouds overhead, not much light is available. We always make it work though!

This session though, the February light was streaming in! Such a treat for me as a creative person to be able to manipulate natural light inside. This family lives in Kirkland, WA- my third session over there this year! I love to travel so if you are on the Seattle side of the water, I would love to travel over to you. Here’s hoping the sun pops out more and more as we approach Spring!

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Every year I set a photography related goal for myself and my 2017 is to get better at video! Luckily, I was added to a wonderful group of photographers who are working towards the same goal. This month we had the theme of slow motion! So I headed to one of our lovely Bainbridge Island beaches and filmed my girls playing and twirling in the sand.


 

You can head over to see the next video here by Little Loo Photography!

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Every year, I look for ways I can give back with my photography. This year I took on two projects. The first was donating to the Wilkes Elementary Auction. The second was that I donated my time to the Kitsap Humane Society by photographing over 80 pets meeting Santa! That last one was about as wild as it sounds! We even had a tarantula come by!

Back to the Wilkes auction, I attended the auction and I was tricky for me not to peek and see who won the session I was giving away but luckily for me, one of my friends won! She has three lovely boys, one of whom is my daughter’s friend. They were open to location so I chose my favorite Bainbridge Island location.

This location is tricky because it becomes unusable when the tide is  in and this fall the tide seemed to be always in early evening, right when I like to shoot. But we found a good weather day AND a good tide day.

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Could not decide which I liked better here, color or black & white!

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This was my second year photographing this lovely family! This fall was very busy but I truly enjoyed all the families I got to photograph. I did have to turn some families away at the end because they needed weekend time slots and I just did not have any left 🙁 So if you know you would like a fall weekend day, make sure to book early this year!

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Loved this festive newborn shoot! This couple had the cutest decorations in their home and it was so fun to be able to incorporate holiday themes into their photoshoot. Newborn session in the PNW can be tricky lighting wise in the winter because I do really like to only rely on window light for newborn shoots and sometimes the grey skies can limit that light. But on this day we lucked out with winter light pouring in from all sides.

This is currently my slower season for outdoor work so if you are looking for a Kitsap County Newborn Photographer, please contact me! I would love to meet your family. I photograph newborns all over Kitsap county as well Gig Harbor, Seattle, Tacoma and beyond.

 

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To book a session with Fiona, a Kitsap County Newborn Photographer, click HERE.

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Last year, this lovely family finished out my 2015 year on a windy but gorgeous late winter afternoon at Gas Works Park. Their little man was a trooper through it all. This year we met Golden Gardens and after being rained out once, we were determined to go through with the session! Moments before the session started, the rain stopped and some sun peeked through the clouds in the distance. We still had some wind but that seems to work well for this family since they all have very amazing hair! Our main goal became shooting with the wind blowing hair the right way. Their little guy was so adventurous and I loved watching him explore (and once or twice try his best to go for a little swim!).

 

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