It’s no mystery that I love in-home sessions. Now I want to share with you reasons why having a photo shoot at home it’s a great idea for your family too:
If you’re still on the fence about this kind of photography, perhaps you could think about what kind of photos you think your kids would love to have when they’re older.
Is it a photo of them possing? Or is it a picture of them playing with you during a normal day, remembering how it was to laugh with you, how it felt to be held in your arms?
The only thing that matters in a photoshoot are the connections: your little rituals, your smiles, hugs and shared time.
Lately, I repeatedly question this to myself: why do we take these pictures? What do we want them for?
It’s not that all of a sudden, I forgot photos are important… but these last years I have the feeling that we care so much about social media and what we show there and when we show it, that it looks like if something is not in Instagram RIGHT AWAY, it’s like it didn’t happen at all.
There are many reasons why I prefer documentary photography over all the other types of sessions.
The most important one, at least for me, it’s respect.
I want to be respectful of my clients’ choices, of my clients’ way of living but most importantly, I am respectful of the little ones I photograph.