Nine newborns prior to the studio closing down for family time. I thought I would catch up the blog a bit today…
Category Archives: twin, triplet photography
I’ve seen quite a few twins this year. In fact, I just photographed a set of twin newborn boys yesterday… this, however, is a set of twins – brother and sister… I was amazed how much the little girl looks like mom and the little boy looks like dad! They were too cute and sooooo quiet and sleepy…
A note to my fellow photographers: I’ve received a few emails about this lately – yes, you are right, I have been playing with some new post processing techniques – you did indeed spot that, so stop rubbing your eyes… it’s subtle, but you noticed it! lol! More on that later – it’s mainly for the natural light images and I will discuss that a little tomorrow, with an announcement…
Having two children of my own, ages 12 and 9, thinking back to when I had them, I could have never imagined the doctor saying you have multiples… let alone – Identical Twins – what an amazing experience this must be! These two girls were precious!
For the photographers out there who want to know exactly how I shoot using studio lighting, my Studio Lighting Naturally book is for sale. We have a batch coming in with an estimated shipping date of April 27th. This is the earliest shipment to be sent out. We have 4 extra books in this shipment. If you wish to receive one of these 4 books, please go here and order now. Otherwise, there will be more of a wait for the next shipment. Thanks!
This post is long overdue. 13 of my images are published in the Big Book of Babies edited by J.C. Suares. (Just to be clear, this is not my Lighting Book). This is a completely different book, 384 pages, as you can see from the following photos… available in your local book stores such as Barnes and Noble, Greetings and Readings, etc. as well as online.
If one of my customers – the Gates – are reading this, please send me your recent address – I am not sure where I can contact you since you moved from Reading. Thanks!