This is Baby S. She is the daughter of a very good friend of mine. I photographed her last January when she was a few days old. She turned 1 recently! Just love her to bits.
Well, ok, just play with it a little 🙂
I’ve always wanted to do one of these cake smash shoots and I’m so happy with the results. This gorgeous little girl, shall call her Miss I now as she’s no longer a baby, was one of the first babies I photographed. She’s recently turned one, so the cake smash shoot is in honour of her birthday. I’m hoping to do more of these – they’re such fun! Although a little bit of cleaning after is required 🙂
This beautiful boy and girl set of twins are the first I’ve had the honour of photographing. I had such plans for these two, with multiple changes of blankets and headbands and hats and they were going to sleep soundly for me and what on earth was I thinking?! One baby is hard enough to settle, let alone two! We eventually got them to sleep and managed to get only a few shots but they were worth it. Such beautiful little people.
This is the very calm Master H, 10 days old. He did a sterling job of sleeping through most of his photo session with just a little resettling from mum. He’s a gorgeous little guy 🙂
I’ve done a few shoots lately: three babies, a family and a pair of teenage boys to be exact! Needless to say, I have a heap of editing to catch up on. I just wanted to share a few of my favourites so far 🙂
EDIT: I’ve just found this in my drafts. I can’t have hit the ‘publish’ button 😀
Yesterday I had the honour of photographing another newborn. Truly, they are just so precious. This beautiful little week old girl is already the length of an eight week old: I’m sure she’s going to be either a super model or a basketball player. Or both! 🙂
Yes, I know weeks 2 and 3 are missing 🙂 I’ll get to them in a while. I just couldn’t wait to share this one with you. This is Baby S, the brand new daugher of a very dear friend of mine. I love this photo for a couple of reasons. Firstly, it’s of my friend’s beautiful daughter. Secondly, the processing is different to what I’d normally do, but I like it. Thirdly, I like that it’s anonymous – it could be anyone, it just symbolises to me the fragility of a newborn, the treasure we hold in our hands when we hold our children, the responsibility that we hold. I hope you like it, too.