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how to photograph kids: where should the session take place? | phoenix child photographer

A thoughtful question that we often get when booking a family portrait session: Where should the session take place? If possible, we will suggest beginning the session in the family’s home. Why the home you might ask? Well, we are big believers in having a portrait session take place in a spot that has some […]

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san francisco, bay area, california children’s portrait photographers

Our trip to the Bay area was too short as usual. The reason for the trip to San Francisco was business. A few family and children’s portrait sessions and then we had family time. We really love this area. What is there not to love? Great friends. Beautiful scenery. Amazing (vegan) food around every corner. […]

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Elizabeth Martin Design | Interior Design Inspiration

My next weekly installment of Interior Design Inspiration is Elizabeth Martin Design. Again, my requirements for being featured are 1. I like the designer’s style and 2. the designer features photography prominently (we like that a lot!) Elizabeth Martin Design fulfills both requirements beautifully! Based in San Francisco, Elizabeth Martin Design specializes in residential interior design. […]

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bay area family | children’s portrait photography

  Children are the sum of what mother’s contribute to their lives – Unknown Ok…and dads too. We may think that our children are never listening to us but they are taking it all in. Moments that seem inconsequential at the time could end up being a fond memory that stays with a child forever […]

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serene for a moment | our child unscripted

Last week Keith was in the Bay area to photograph a beautiful family. Since the kids are finished with school, the family decided to join him. Not very hard to convince me (or did I convince him?) that on the road family time in such a gorgeous locale was something not to pass up. It […]

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