mother and daughter
This San Jose Portrait Mini-Session had the most gorgeous light!
but that’s not enough. That is never enough.
The light is quite a big part of a successful session. However, if the people I work with come with the open and relaxed attitude that moves the light to a second place.
Since the beginning of my business, Caroline and her family have been updating her family pictures with me regularly. Every single year we meet during our sessions and chat about photography and our kids. I always get crazy over her hair, and she is like, “well, look at your daughter’s hair, JUST WOW”. And we go on and on the entire session 😉
C. is always full of praises about my older daughter’s hair, however, look at what she has herself!!! It’s just breathtaking. She comes to the session in a bun, and I always say, “please let the hair down!!!” From each session with her I come home with a bunch of new shots I immediately add to my portfolio, and to the folder with pictures to use on my new business cards.
Our last session could be probably done in 10 minutes, but we spent most of the time chatting while the kids played. She finally got to meet my Little Ones in person, and the kids immediately made friends. This was the cutest thing ever.
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You know I must love the dress when it has earned a spot in a title. I was very excited when my client decided to have the session during the golden hour, and later, when she emailed me her dresses ideas I knew it’s going to be fabulous.
The final effect exceeded my expectations. When I saw her getting out of the car, I was in love! Honestly, I wanted to be pregnant again. She was glowing. She looked amazing.
I loved everything about this session. The place we picked, the outfits, the time of the day. I think, we couldn’t arrange it any better. And they all looked so happy and excited about the new addition to their family.
And while The Big Sister was busy being herself, and not really carrying about the whole photo session thing, I was able to capture this wonderful moment of a child being a child. This particular picture reminds me of the saying: “Dance like nobody’s watching”… and this is exactly what she was doing.