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Category Archives: kids portraits

Summer 2012 Travel Dates | destination children’s portrait photographer: san francisco, san diego, california, new york city, paris, france

So it’s over 100 degrees in the shade here in Arizona all summer. The temperatures and blazing hot sun do not make the best conditions for a children’s portrait session. There are not too many moms out there who want to see their children melt while it feels like they are standing directly on the […]

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stinson beach, marin county california | children’s family portrait photographer

This super sweet family lives about an hour north of San Francisco. When we were deciding on a spot for their family portrait session, mom mentioned that they were more outdoorsy than city. The beach seemed to be the perfect fit. I had heard about Stinson Beach – but had never been. She mentioned she […]

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what nyc taught her | new york city children’s lifestyle portrait photographer

We don’t often share our children’s portrait sessions on our blog. We really try and respect the privacy of each family – many of our clients ask for their session to remain private. So unless they ask us to be featured on our blog, we don’t. But in this case, this mom runs a hugely […]

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trains and hello kitty | phoenix children’s portrait photographers

“Kids: they dance before they learn there is anything that isn’t music” – William Stafford Childhood is an improvisational masterpiece. An adventure of self expression, wonder and excitement. Huge smiles, big hugs and contagious laughter. Childhood is so fleeting. Photographs supplement our memory and bring us right back to an exact moment. These photographs remind […]

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A slideshow | phoenix children’s portrait photographers

We use this slideshow as an intro at our “children unscripted” photography workshops – it is a great overview of Keith’s style. The series of photographs demonstrate how kids have the ability to find beauty without direct instruction. Keith’s job is to document this freedom. His improvisational style coupled with lots of action, smiles, fun, […]

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