If you read the previous post about their family photoshoot, and I was saying about their minimalist outfits for the photoshoot. And when I was selecting images to do a feature blogpost for it, I honestly forgot the girls changed their outfits and here they are wearing white dresses!
Haha, point proven, not about the clothes.
What I really love and kept noticing from this series is really the gaze and look from their eyes.
Precious beautiful little girls <3
I’m a little extreme. Either I can be real minimalist and I go out dressed in all black, or I’m a little bit over the top like when a few of my friends complimented me last week saying I look like a princess in my outfit for the day – I had on this big poofy shimmery purple skirt (I was slightly embarassed by myself… hahaha)
Why was I talking about outfits again?
Yes, so I went one round just to say this, I really like what Charles and family came to the shoot in! Minimalist, just white.
The clothes doesn’t ‘fight’ with the people for attention! That’s the style of photography we prefer @ Bambini: neutral, earthy tones, natural.
You see their smiles not their clothes.
(Although, nothing wrong if you like something more dressy – I mean I honestly love dressy stuff too, I did go out in a shiny skirt and I wasn’t kidding when I say it was big… HA)
Whatever it is, at the end of it, it is your preference really! Dressy or simple – we can still get creative and what we want to do here at Bambini Photography is to give you our best to produce the best images we know how and still leave you with a wonderful experience and fun time! (Sounds very ambitious… But really, that’s what we hope to achieve and will do our best for it! :D)
And thank you Charles and family! For leaving us a facebook review too… Appreciate that so much, really! :)
When you’re a child she walks before you…
To set an example.
When you’re a teenager she walks behind you…
To be there should you need her.
When you’re an adult she walks beside you…
So that as two friends you can enjoy life together.
Happy Mothers’ Day to Shamane, and yes to every mummy that would see this too!
And my mummy :)
“Successful mothers are not the ones that have never struggled. They are the ones that never give up, despite the struggles.”
– Sharon Jaynes
And sometimes those struggles are really us kids… Thank you :’)
Not every kid is comfortable around strangers, and when you are planning to have a family photoshoot – unfortunately, the photographer would be the stranger, that you hope your kid would feel comfortable with!
That is a valid concern and we are aware! As photographers, we want to spend sometime with your kids to just get them to warm-up to us first, and definitely get to know you (mummy and daddy) a little before we jump into the photoshoot. We are not just concern in giving you the final products (the photos) but that you enjoyed the photography session with us as well!
It is like you are just spending family time, but the only difference is you have a photographer with you this round – so you get those family moments captured :)
Once your kid has warmed up – we start the photography session! When he/she is comfortable with us, that is when I feel they can be most themselves – which is when the photos turned out the best.
So if you’re having a family photoshoot with us anytime soon and if our photographers are just talking to you and your kids at the start and you’re wondering why we’re still not starting to take pictures, it’s not because we’re slacking, we are wanting to connect with your children and you as much as we can, so we can produce the best shots we want to for your family!