It took me a bit too long to post these beautiful photos of Annie and Daryl taken after their wedding celebrations at the amazing Grand Sunset Princess resort, Mexico (to see their wedding blog please click here). I had such a blast with the two of them, walking around the wonderful resort and stopping whenever we stumbled upon interesting corners. Needless to say we ended up by the ocean’s shore and of course, we had to go into the water. The two of them were so good putting up with the splashing waves and getting salty water into their eyes. Not only I got sand in my camera, but Annie left the beach with her dress in a heavy bundle of water and sand. Good news is the dress survived the experience, so did we. The result of our amazing time together is the great collection of images below. Don’t they look like super models?
Dear friends, thank you again for offering me such an incredible, fun loaded week!
It feels great whenever my approach to baby and children photography is received really well and parents pass my name around. This is how I got to meet the Lopez family. It was a lot of fun, an energy filled afternoon, watching these beautiful three siblings, their interaction with each other. They all love to swim, so at the end of the photo session we moved to the pool area for some dynamic shots. It was so very nice to see how joyous they all were around water, splashing and giggling non stop. I hope my images depict the huge amount of fun I have witnessed!
When baby Carla and Freddy’s mom contacted me, she mentioned she wanted a particular style of baby photography for her children: very candid. After seeing samples of my work, she thought I had what she was looking for. With the exception of a few shots where I placed baby Carla on a plate (a place a little person may not necessarily choose for an afternoon nap), I let moments unfold and played along. It is amazing how responsive kids are when not asked to do specific things and when they simply are. As I found out, Freddy does not like to smile at cameras, he does not like to pose. But he did not have to, he was simply his adorable self running around, hiding or proudly fixing things with his screwdriver.
Aleks, thank you for the opportunity to meet your family and to spend some great moments in your lovely home!