Saturday, March 20, 2010

Brielle.

Little miss Brielle was not feeling our photo session the other day. I told her mom "I bet as soon as you put her in the car she will sleep the rest of the day. And that's just what she did. Thankfully we were able to get a couple cute shots.

*Tip* The best time to take newborn photos is anywhere from a few days old up to 2 week. That way they are still in that sleepy phase and will let you do just about anything with them. Also, I like to keep a small space heater near by to keep the baby warm and they like the humming sound.




Thursday, March 4, 2010

E-Man aka Ethan

I LoVe BaBiEs!
This is my cute little nephew Ethan. If you look close enough you can see him drooling. I'm loving it.







*Tip*

When taking photos indoors look for places that have lots of natural light. These photos where taken in a front room of my sister in laws house around 1 p.m. Depending on which direction your windows face will determine what time you will want to take pictures. You want the light on your subjects face to look natural. If you see harsh shadows this means there is too much light coming in and you will want to wait until the sun moves.

We had to get a couple of the boys together. Cutest little cousins!


Taking their Binky break.