This family was my last session of the day during my Spring mini sessions. I will tell you first hand that the last shoot of the day always gets the best light! They also brought their hilarious dog who really made me laugh bouncing all over the place and causing general mayhem. I ALWAYS welcome furry family members, you just have to be ok with them riling things up! 🙂 Of course, I am always more interested in playful shots as opposed to posed shots so I really like this rowdy element.

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I met this lady a few years ago when I did her maternity session for her first born. That baby is now 2 and another little man is on the way! I have been dying to shoot and Point No Point forever and so we headed up there. This mama wanted a pretty dress to wear but did not want to spend a fortune because well, pregnancy is fleeting! So she rented a dress from Rent the Runway! It was pretty fun because she texted me all the options and I got to let her know which one I thought would photograph best. The one she chose was gorgeous! She said the Rent and Runway process was pretty simple.

 

We headed up to Point No Point on a Friday night and I shocked to find the beach almost empty! It was a warm summer evening and we pretty much had the place to ourselves. Keep Point No Point in mind for your session location if you want endless beauty 🙂

 

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These are some snippets from one of my recent mini sessions. I am always torn on mini sessions. I really love that people who are not ready to commit to a full session get some photos with their family but the issue is the time constraint. All my sessions are pretty short, I know that people get burned out in front of the camera. But 20 minutes is the timeframe in a normal session when people have not really had time to warm up to me and the process yet. Usually the last 15 minutes of the shoot provide the sweetest emotions.

Every year, I go back and forth about whether I should still do mini sessions or get rid of them all together. This year I am doing very limited mini sessions. This family I see multiple times a year so they get used to me pretty quick! 🙂

 

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This session was so much fun. You can really tell these two love being parents to this new little bundle. He was so sweet and easy the whole time. I think a lot of parents worry about doing a newborn session because they worry it will be stressful. My number one goal for our session together it to make sure that it is as stressfree as possible. If baby is hungry, you feed him, no rush. New diaper? No problem. If he is wide awake the whole time? No worries. Fast asleep? That is fine too 🙂

Looking forward to more newborn sessions this summer.

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I was looking through my portfolio from 2016 and I realized that I have a gap of ages. I often will photograph a newborn and not see that kiddo again until they are 2 or so for another round of family photos. This in between age can be tricky because they can’t stay out too late to get the pretty sunset shots and if they are young enough, they can be a bit floppy! 🙂

So a goal of mine this year is to photograph more babies between 6 months and a year and a half. It works really well to hold these sessions in your home. Most babies love visitors and they get to snuggle with mom and dad in the comforts of home. If you have a baby in this range, you won’t want to miss capturing those chubby cheeks, big eyes and happy smiles.

This particular session took pace in the Seattle area. So I can now call myself a Seattle baby photographer! 🙂

 

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Last year I ended up photographing only a handful of maternity clients. I really missed them so I made an effort to save room in my calendar for more bellies!  I love these shoots because it is nice to not have to worry about kiddo bedtimes or other restrictions which means we can wander around any find pretty pockets of light. This lovely couple came over on the ferry from Seattle and we met at the Bainbridge Island docks. I am so used to shooting in nature that it takes me a minute to adjust to an urban environment but I love finding cool walls and thinking of new ways to use light.

Just last week I got to meet the sweet little babe in this belly in person. Those photos coming soon!

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