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Category Archives: children unscripted

An Afternoon at the Park | Children Unscripted | Phoenix Children’s Photographer

It’s like taking candy from a baby. Getting kids to open up and just enjoy themselves during a children’s portrait session is so easy if you have the right elements. Bring children to a park and let them be and the results are just incredible. No posing, just letting the personalities shine through. At first, […]

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A typical day in NYC | Children’s Photographer, New York City

This past July, Keith was in New York for a job and was able to hook up with Sharon Beesley – author of the fun blog NYC Taught Me. They spent the better part of a beautiful Summer evening together – doing what the family does best: hanging out and having fun! Their family session […]

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family beach session | hilton head island, south carolina

Honestly, what is more natural than children on a beach? The sand, the water, perfect accessories to make children a tiny bit at ease (distracted!) while taking their photos. Once children are engrossed in things they enjoy doing, they tend to forget that there is someone following them around with a camera. Two beautiful little […]

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Summer is here! | Children’s Portrait Photography | Block Island, RI | Hilton Head, SC | New York City | La Jolla, CA

Aaaahhh, yes Summer has arrived! If you live near us, the warm weather has been here for awhile! If you are anywhere else – Summer is probably just kicking into high gear. In fact, the Summer Solstice is still a few days away! Living here in Phoenix, the beginning of triple digits means the beginning […]

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Balboa Park Family Portrait Session | San Diego Family Photography

Wow it seems like ages ago we were in San Diego for some Fall Portrait Sessions. The last few months have passed so quickly – at last I’m getting around to posting some of my favorite images from these sessions. This family decided that they wanted Balboa Park as the back drop for their family […]

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