One of the things that I really enjoy tremendously about my work as a private, personal photographer is when creating custom portraits for families is that my work becomes a focal point and centerpiece in their homes.
It's as if the homes of my clients became a private art gallery.
Recently, I had a session amidst the wildflowers of San Juan Capistrano and photographing two young sisters — one age 9 years old and another just a few days old!
It was a great session and we were able to get some fantastic portraits of both the girls outside on location late in the day when the lighting for a portrait was optimum.
Tessa, the older sibling, has been a subject of mine in previous years. So it makes it extra special to have watched her grow up in front of the camera. The earlier portraits of Tessa as a toddler and the family are displayed in their home even now all those years later.
And now with a new baby sister there’s the opportunity to do that for Helena.
Here is a gallery of images that we created for Alan and Cynthia at their OC home.
(These are our Folio Box Collection 7 x 10 portraits and the mats were upgraded to 14" x 14" size to allow for a six square portrait grid for their home.)
The photos look beautiful, especially on our living room wall. Thanks so much!