Why do you want to consider purchasing Gelatin Silver Fiber black and white prints? Gelatin Silver Fiber black and white prints are the finest prints to preserve your family memories. The paper is thick, lush, with crisp whites, silvery grays, and deep rich blacks. The silver in the papers makes your images almost come alive. You want to touch them. Often there is a slight curl because they are printed
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.
A Photo Can Make a Difference Before I knew we could get pregnant, I was toying with the idea of adopting a child, an older child. It seemed like a good way to go for me, for us. I had heard some great stories, and of course some more difficult ones. But I focused on the great stories. As I clicked through images on site after site of foster
Most pregnancy photo shoots happen 6 to 8 weeks from your due date, so there’s almost no room for error if you don’t like the finished result or the photographer makes a mistake. It may be tough, if not impossible to schedule a re-shoot before the baby’s birth. Here are my five tips to help you make the best choice when selecting a pregnancy photographer: 1) Do Your Research Start
Special tips for preparing for your session You can scroll to view the list of preparations below or download as a PDF. Schedule your photo session on a day that you, your partner and your children (if they are going to be in the shoot) will be relaxed and well rested. Try not to schedule too many appointments on that day before or after the shoot.
For our expecting readers, below are five tips from award-winning pregnancy and family photographer Jennifer Loomis on how to make the best choices when selecting a pregnancy photographer: 1) Look for Experience – The photographer should either have extensive experience in or specialize in pregnancy photography, in order to obtain the most flattering poses for a pregnant woman’s body.