I spent a little time at the park with Baby D, and her family, it is a great way to start the day, I smile for days after a family portrait session. First it is all the giggles during the session, and then I smile again every time I open the digital files to process the images. It took a little while Baby D and I to connect and get that perfect look.
But it didn’t last long…..
I won’t take it personally that she found the grass more exciting then the photographer, I will just smile for the rest of the day!
P.S. the rest of the family is pretty cute as well!
We were sitting having a glass of wine in the Plaza Mayor, here in Merida last night. It was full of kids playing, parents with strollers, and old people walking hand in hand. Thought out the square there are about 4 or 5 Tapa bars where music was playing, and people were visiting. I decided a long exposure showing people moving about was a wonderful way of capturing the light, and the life of the square.
Babies touch the world with love.
— Author Unknown
It is Monday I and could think of no better way to start the week than looking at this beautiful little smile. I think her mom, who you can’t see, is giving her a little tickle! I photographed little baby Miya a couple of weeks ago, and every time I see her smiling happy face I smile.
I thought I would bring a smile to you this wonderful winter morning.
I met Donia last weekend, just a little over three weeks old and sound asleep we are reminded how precious these little bundles are. Another little pumpkin in the pumpkin patch. I doubt that her parents will tell her that she was found in the cabbage patch or that the stork delivered her!
Donia is gorgeous, and a wonderful reason for owning a camera. Her mother, Erin had maternity photos taken about three weeks ago, and it was a great joy to met Donia in person. I am looking forward to watching her grow up.
I have known Erin since she was a little girl, of about 3 years old, it has been a joy to watch her grow into a wonderful young lady, and now expected mom. I was tickled when she asked me to do maternity photos. Belly shots she called them, we had a great morning trying out different backgrounds, tops, toys, blocks, ribbons, etc.
This image is one of my favorites. Layered with a texture in photoshop that blends well with the dress, Erin’s gaze cast down at the blocks. I used Nik Silver Effects Pro to convert to a black and white image. Erin loves the result, and we are already talking about newborn baby photos. And I am looking forward to meeting the new baby.
I was over to visit Amrita, Brett and Miya on Monday and of course to take a few pictures. Miya was a sleep when I first arrived and Brett was holding her in his lap. She had just eaten and was dozing peacefully. It was a wonderful afternoon and I can hardly wait to get through the photos that were taken.
One Billion Rising, a world-wide even to end violence against women. In Calgary we danced at the TD Square downtown. Check out their website. Get involved to stop the violence against women.
I have posted this image as part of Jakesprinter’s Sunday Post. His word this week is “Unforgettable” I am hope the worldwide “One Billion Rising” event will become an unforgettable annual event, and that violence against women and children can be stopped. For more unforgettable images check out Jakesprinter’s blog.