San Jose Family Photographer. Fine Art Children’s Photography.
This is definitely NOT about me complaining. Although, I have to admit, it feels really good to have delivered last photographs to clients. There are still some albums in progress, as well as wall arts, but most of it is behind me.
This is about me being happy to be able guiltlessly focus on some of the ideas I’ve had wandering in my head for quite some time. Something more personal and experimental. It’s more of a Fine Art Children Photography then my usual documentary and lifestyle.
Sometime ago, I came across a painting, and after seeing one I wanted to see more. And I have discovered A. Andrew Gonzalez:
And when I was going through his paintings I had an idea…
And I couldn’t wait any longer. And that’s good because I’m still waiting with blogging about my recent sessions for everybody to send and receive their Christmas cards. While waiting, I’ll fill the quietness in here with pictures of my daughters. Those two have surprisingly been very happy/willing to get in front of my camera. Probably, because we have been doing stuff that’s a little different from our usual.
Of course there’s a little bribing involved into the whole process. You see, to get this photograph:
I had to agree to take this picture first:
Her cow is her life companion, and leaving her out of the frame is always a challenge. Not to mention additional 20 stuffed toys she owns, and sleeps with, but we settled for a portraits with only two of them this time.
And while creating we also had fun doing some face relaxation exercises 😉
before getting into the pose:
And finally the piece I was hoping to get. And I got it.
I have to admit if feels wonderful to get the ideas out, and work through them.
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