Worth the wait | Calgary Baby Photographer05.21.10

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After a few reschedules with this family I finally got the opportunity to shoot them. Unfortunately the client’s dad has been diagnosed with cancer and so we had to postpone the shoot. I am hoping that this sneak peek puts a smile on all of their faces through the long weekend. D and D is was a pleasure working with your family. There are a bunch more to come.
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New art | Calgary Baby Photographer05.20.10

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So in the midst of changing my logo out, I had to change out one of the large art pieces that I had in the entrance to the studio. Since it was a large piece of canvas, I thought about having the logo trimmed off and having it re-wrapped but I also thought that it would be a great memory to keep and it would allow me to start to fill the walls in my own house;) I also decided not to because as I was working with a new vendor for the display for Cherry Four, I fell in love with a sample they had. So I had this 30×40 mounted on a rounded piece of steel. STUNNING! Last year a few client were asking for something new and different and this fits this criteria well. I have a few more things in the works and will share as I get them completed.
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Part 2 |Calgary Maternity Photographer05.18.10

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As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, I would have a second post with the natural light shots. This helps to show the difference. Now you are going to ask, which do I prefer? I love both and both are very different. I love the simplicity that studio lighting shots offer – I like that they are clean and simple. I like that studio lighting stops the action of little ones. I was always a lover of fashion photography – growing up I had magazine ads posted all over my walls. There is something about a crisp clean catch light that gets me;)

However in the natural light shots, you will get a narrow depth of field (because I tend to shoot wide open – with a small f-stop for those that came last week) thus allowing you to tell a story about what you are focusing on, you can get some awesome shadows that again allow you to focus on the portion of the picture that is lit and you can also show some motion (when appropriate).

Time permitting, I will typically do a combination of both in a session.

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The beginning of another year in photos | Calgary Maternity Photographer05.17.10

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I am just beginning the second Watch Me Grow package with this family’s maternity session.  They have been featured on my blog many times and are presented on a few pieces of art in the studio.  Their love for each other shines through in every photo and I LOVE working with them.  I am so excited to see Miss L as a big sister and just as dad is…I am very excited to see the tattoo that will come with the new little one!  I am going to post more from this session because we did some studio lighting ones and natural light.  Natural light ones will be posted tomorrow…I thought it might be overwhelming all in one post and I am still working through them;)

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Cherry Four new location |Calgary Children's Photographer05.10.10

As many of you know Cherry Four, a children’s boutique in Calgary, is a commercial client of mine.  After many years in Inglewood, Cherry Four is moving to the very trendy main road in Kensington.  On Friday I dropped off the display piece (shown below) for the front window and was already so impressed with the new space.  With this move Cherry Four is seeing a bit of a rebrand with a new logo and an updated look to the space.  There is no doubt that Fev’s attention to detail, unique, top quality products and AMAZING customer service will still continue to make Cherry Four one of Calgary’s top children’s boutiques.  The exact address is 1111 Kensington Road NW – only a couple doors down from Crave Cupcakes so go have a little look around and then grab a snack;)

Fev and I are planning a few things over the rest of the year so stay tuned!

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