Tag Archives: family studio portraits
I’ve notice’d over the years of photographing families that the type of family has changed….big time! I photograph more blended families, then traditional ones. Although this family has crazy schedules, they made time for a family portrait. One couple live’s … Continue reading
One of my favourite types of photography is low key, which basically means Black clothing on a Black background. It focus’s the viewer right to the most important part of the photo. The expression! This family agreed with my reguest … Continue reading
I loved being able to use three different area’s of my studio to photograph this mother and son. Backdrop’s tend to be more formal while the other backgrounds are more casual and offer natural light with the large windows. … Continue reading
Goodbye 2017!!! You’ll be remembered as being one of my most challenging years, both personally and professionally. This year, the Manitoba Government closed down New’s Media including the photography dept. For almost 18 years I’ve been free-lancing under this dept. … Continue reading
2018 is just around the corner, less than 3 weeks away! If you’re wondering how to incorporate this colour into your life it’s easy! I often find inspiration from nature. If it look’s great on a flower, I believe you … Continue reading
Dressing for family portraits is important. First you have to decide is the portrait going to be formal or casual. Then everyone should dress in the same style. Except if you want your only child to be the focus! This … Continue reading
Photographing families in my studio is awesome, especially when they match in color! I love how this family color coordinated. It was also interesting to find out the “mom’s” parents immigrated from the same area of Holland as my mom…..small world!