Friday, September 2, 2011

Photog. Session {Children/Family} + What I've Learned

No need to adjust your screen! These girls are THAT adorable. I had the wonderful opportunity to capture their sweetheart faces this past week!
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Their mommy also joined in on some. Their daddy is military and just came back from Korea but is stationed in Hawaii right now, where the family will meet back at soon!
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What I have learned with children sessions..

You can't force poses. Children will do as they please and trying to make them pose, smile, or look a certain way will most likely just be a waste of time.
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Plus, they won't be their natural selves. It makes a big difference in the end photograph. Anybody can tell whether a child has a forced or real smile.
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And real smiles are soo much better!
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So make the session fun, 'let them be little', and be prepared to run along with them :)

I'm still editing from this session, believe me this does not conclude the cuteness!


The Best of Both Worlds said...

They are so beautiful! These pictuures are great of them & with there momma!

Jessie Szmanda said...

Wow, these pictures are SO amazing!! I love the 3rd to the end. Beautiful!

Sara said...

Beautiful session Jeska, great photos and adorable girls. Love their individual shots most, both so gorgeous!

- Jessi - said...

These are Beautiful!Love the naturalness :)

Branson said...

Oh my goodness!! So adorable!

Barbara Palmisano said...


Anonymous said...

I love these. They are my kind of shoots.

Michele said...

What beautiful smiles you captured! Beautiful images.

Kat said...

The last picture is to DIE for. What lens was this shot with? I am pretty much obsessed with my 50mm :)

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