I’m not usually into large props. When I have a newborn in the studio, I generally like to keep the focus on the baby. They are so perfect just like they are. But I’ve always loved something about moons, that moon in the into to Dreamworks films, with the little boy fishing off the moon? Love it! I’ve toyed with the idea over the years of making my own, but never got around to it. So when I found this, I knew it was a perfect addition to the studio.
This little one was newborn photographers’ dream….you’d never to look at this at this six-pound little baby bundle that she has superpowers. Yes, indeed! She can projectile poop a distance of greater than three feet. Not kidding. Just ask her (very sweet, patient, understanding and actually-not-grossed-out daddy,) who had the misfortune of being in the path of the “business end” when Mt. Saint Renee erupted!
Liam comes to me the same way his big brother, Jack, did. A fresh newborn, all sweet and cuddly. It’s funny how I often fail to see the resemblance between siblings until I put the camera up to my eye. And then, it’s there, and I see those hints of the older sibling, maybe just a small hint, like the curve of a lip or the shape of an eye. This guy has the same “awake”look as his brother did, eyes WIDE open, like he’s trying to take it ALL in!
We had such a lovely time when sweet newborn baby Harper came to visit me in the studio this week. She was such a super little model to photograph!
Just a note to my clients, I will be taking a break from the Baltimore studio and heading out of the country next week; I will return phone calls and emails the week of May 13. Thanks in advance for your patience! Ciao!
I think this little dude got in line twice when they were handing out personality!