I’m sharing with you 8 Instagram accounts for isolated parents. Because these days we need extra help. Nobody really knows how to deal with a Pandemic. But sharing ideas and tips will help us all.
Since my second pregnancy, I knew I wanted to photograph births. To document such an intimate, beautiful, and completely raw moment it’s been in my dreams for long.
And today, I can say that nothing about my work fills my heart more than to capture the magic of new life. To photograph births is a joy. Yes, it takes a lot of work and being on-call is not for everyone. But to me, it’s worth it.
The season of retrospective and balance has started. We look back through the months we are leaving behind and we ponder all the things we lived, how much we have grown and how much we have taught.
How many things have happened this year that won’t happen again? How many stories did we convey? How many memories have we built?
I’m lucky of having a job that lets me live of something I love and that I consider so important: documenting real stories, real moments, a candid childhood that my youngest clients will preserve and adore for the rest of their lives.
The most frequently asked question I get at the beginning of the session is this: Should I look at the camera? Should we act as if you’re not here?
Well, if you’re planning a documentary photoshoot the first thing I want to say is: just RELAX! and check my last blog post to know a bit more of what to expect from your family session.
There are a lot of things people ask when I talk about my approach to family photography, but here I want to share the top 5 of the FAQ people ask me and, of course, the answers to those.