I did Adria's newborn session and maternity session for her mom. Now, it was time for her First Birthday session. Her parents decided to do a family/first birthday combo session.
Park is a good choice to have a family session because there’s plenty of room for kids to explore and play. It is not easy to force children to sit still, look at the camera, and smile. Genuine interactions are the memories we all treasure most.
It was so nice to do this Halloween mini session after so many newborn sessions in a row. I almost forgot how I enjoy photographing children.
I always plan on taking a lot of photos of my child on Halloween before he goes out trick or treating, but I get so busy and usually fail! This mini session is a perfect chance to make sure to capture these memories before Halloween.
October Special: $175 for 12 edited digital images.
I am introducing a " Sit and Smile” sessions. Your baby is now full of personality and loves to play and interact. These sessions tend to get the best from their personalities. These sessions are best done at around 6 -8 months when they are sitting but not walking yet.
Sit & Smile sessions can be done in a park or at your home.
Turning sixteen is a special moment in a teenager’s life and it should be celebrated with a super fun birthday party. This sweet sixteen party at Sand Canyon Country Club in Santa Clarita, CA was full of beautiful black & white details.
Shelby's mom contacting me in May to inquire about my event photography packages. After she hired me to document her daughter's birthday party in October, I asked her these two questions: How did she find me? Why did she hire me? Her answer was: 'I saw you through Yelp. I read a lot of reviews when searching out a business. I reach out to several businesses. And I make a big decision on how well they correspond and answer questions etc. (professionalism and candor). You checked all my boxes :)
Also, I love that you’re a mom and your passion created a business. We are small business owners and I know how important it is to support others."
Thank you, Cindy, for trusting me!
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