Kids say and do the darndest things. It's an absolute joy to be able to capture them when they're doing what comes natural. I don't capture what they say; I capture what they do and a picture is worth a thousand words. When you're a parent you want to capture those moments that you'll never get back. Every day with that precious angel is a one'er. There are no do-overs. Most of your pictures of the kids will be smartphone snapshots, and they'll be great. But there are a few pictures that you'll want taken by a photographer, not your cousin, unless of course you cousin is a professional photographer.
Snapshots are great, but lets face it... there is a differencee between a quick snapshot and a portrait taken by someone whose mission is to look for and be quick enough to capture that split second of a moment that will last a lifetime. An image that, when viewed 10 or 20 years from now, will transport you back to that moment, and you will re-live that moment again and again. That smile, the look (that devilish or angelic look) that warms your heart and brings a tear to your eyes.
Let's make a play date. You come with the kids to your favorite play spot, and we'll capture your munchkins doing what they do best. Driving you crazy and having a great time doing it.
Nema the Princess
Mason the little surfer dude
Sofia's first Christmas
Zeke the big bro
Titus the conquerer
Precious miracle baby
Joe Mast email@example.com Phone: (407) 748-8454
"Photography can only represent the present. Once photographed, the subject becomes part of the past." Berenice Abbott
"The pictures are there, and you just take them." Robert Capa
It's one thing to make a picture of what a person looks like, it's another thing to make a portrait of who they are." Paul Caponigro