Some end of summer fun with my girl <3
Marcela's personality is so vibrant She loves to laugh and have fun!
Kendra Rojas Photography specializes in newborn, baby, children & family photography, in Fairfield County, CT and surrounding areas including but not limited to Greenwich, Stamford, Darien, Norwalk, Westport, Fairfield & Trumbull, Connecticut.
This past weekend I captured Miss Liberty Elyse's beautiful Blessing Ceremony at West Haven Beach. Vibrant and full of life, Liberty wore a pink and white dress with the cutest hot pink barefoot sandals! Surrounded by her closest family and friends, Liberty's life and name were honored.
It's amazing how far this little girl has come. Born 6-weeks early, she spent the first few weeks of her life in the NICU. You'd never be able to tell now! This little girl is thriving! Such a blessing to her friends and family, and the world. <3
I hope you enjoy these images from Liberty's Blessing Ceremony!
Kendra Rojas Photography specializes in newborn and children's photography in Fairfield County, CT and the surround areas, including but not limited to Greenwich, Stamford, Darien, Norwalk, Westport, and Fairfield, Connecticut.
Spring is finally here in Fairfield County, CT, and Kendra Rojas Photography couldn't be more ready! The winter was a long one, but now that flowers are budding, birds are chirping, and we've even had a few days of short-sleeve weather, it's time to get outside!
Alex, Marcela and I took a trip to Beardsley Park in Bridgeport, CT to have a little photo session this past weekend. Marcela is really walking now so I spent most of the time chasing her around with the camera......and it was glorious :) Hope you enjoy!
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I just had the pleasure of doing a session with the grandchildren of my husband’s friend from work! Don’t get me wrong the scene was a bit hectic as there were three boys under two, and an eight-year-old girl. I was definitely exhausted by the time we finished, but the end result really turned out nice!
Got me to thinking, that putting together a few tips on how to get the most out of your child’s photo session might be helpful!
They say that toddlers are the hardest subjects to shoot, as they don’t listen to direction and any poses you had in mind fly right out the window. But once you let go of all those expectations of how you think the session should go and just go with the flow, everything comes together. Capturing your little one’s personality is my number one goal and to do that we just have to let them be.
Take a look at my tips below. I’ve illustrated with a few photos from the session. I hope you like it!
Tips on Getting the Most Out of Your Child's Photo Session!
Schedule your photo session during your child's upbeat time of day. Coordinate with naps and feedings. A sleepy, hungry child can’t enjoy the experience, and that’s what this is all about.
Build up the photo session as much as you can by talking to your child about it and let them know what to expect. Clean your child’s face, hands, nose and teeth prior to the session.
Bring along necessary items to help keep your child happy and clean (diapers, wipes, a favorite toy and blanket). Bring along some personal props - costumes, hats, or toys that highlight your little ones personality.
When picking out your child's wardrobe, think bold and bright. Simple is always best, no busy stripes or pattern. The goal it to capture your child’s true self. Choose a look that reflects your child's personality. For family portraits, it's best to choose a color palate and coordinate from there.
Something really important to remember is that it’s absolutely fine if your child acts like a child. Sometimes a frown or a smirk can make a great portrait. Not every picture has to be perfectly posed.
I may need your help! Crawlers and new walkers love their freedom. We’ll work together to corral and conquer! Also, you know your little one best. I may need you stand over my shoulder to help get those precious smiles. :)
RELAX- Breathe in and out! The photo session should be about having fun and capturing your little one in all their glory! Let go of your expectations. It’s good to come with certain hopes for the shoot, but be sure to not hold too tightly to those expectations. Open your mind, breathe, and have fun!