Family photography is simple when there are three, even four people. But what about photographing large families with five, six, seven or even eight members. How do you do that? I have been doing it for a while because my families are growing. Here are a few quick tips. Photograph at their home – I have a studio, but for photographing large families, I always take my studio to
Pregnant women sometimes have a hard time seeing their beauty, and sometimes I don’t even realize it. The maternity photography session, and the followup newborn photography session, with Lauren were so amazing. It wasn’t until I read her answers that I realized she felt anything but beautiful. Read about Lauren’s journey with her body and this transformative journey to having her baby Frances.
REPLY TO A MOM LOOKING FOR A NEWBORN PHOTOGRAPHER Ten years ago I was a photojournalist and then quit traveling and turned those skills towards the studio and working with moms and babies. Many people ask me about photography and I came up with some – hopefully useful – tips to help you narrow it down.
Mom wins a maternity photography session with Jennifer Loomis. I met Hillary because she won a maternity photography session. AND I found out that she had called us seven years ago to have photography of her first pregnancy. She was so genuinely happy and positive, I knew she had to be my December Mother of the Month.
Carey came to my San Francisco studio for a maternity shoot with her husband Ryan. I immediately knew I was going to like her because of this amazing headdress that she brought to be photographed in. What was more amazing was that her friends and family gave this to her knowing how much she would love it. Carey felt so spiritual as a mother, that I knew she was
I met Minnie in our maternity photography session last month. I knew immediately she was going to be my next Mother of the Month because I was so inspired by her. She was beautiful, creative, excited about her pregnancy, pregnancy photogrphy and having a baby – and like me, she decided to have her baby with her boyfriend before getting married.
Dress, 2015 Mixed media, silk, rayon and cotton fabric, photographs, foam plastic, wood, mesh, beef blood, ribbon. Jennifer Loomis For more than 15 years I have been a film photographer with my primary focus on artistic pregnancy photography and intimate family portraits. I have captured more than 2,000 women and their families during the physical, emotional and mental transformation to motherhood.. With Dress, I am experimenting with a new
Family photography is about families. I observe families whether they are aware of it or not and strive to make family photographs that capture the love that I see. I met Anna through a friend, and then her partner Emilie when I was looking for someone to take care of my son, Morrison. I just loved the way they are together and I loved how they were with Morrison.