On a perfect, warm sunny spring day. Seven families came to have their portraits captured during my Spring Mini Sessions. New clients, returning clients, I adore all of these families so much. I had a lot of fun photographing everyone and I hope that they did too!
Okay, seriously. This girl. Adorable.
Ashton is turning two soon and I’ve been here since the beginning. I get so attached to the families that come back and allow me to watch them grow. They’re part of the Liz Czinege Photography family and they hold a special place in my heart.
Addison is the sweetest little girl. She LOVED being in front of the camera, so perfect!
Ahh, Miss Alexis. Back in front of my camera again. I love this kid. Her mom started out as one of my brides and now we’re best friends. Those are my favourite kind of clients. #WhenClientsBecomeFriends Mr. Weston was a little shy at first and wanted nothing to do with me or my camera. But after a little bit of convincing that I’m actually nice, we got some great portraits! Eira has turned one!! She is always so serious in front of my camera, but as soon as I put it away she’s as giggly as can be! I’m glad that I was able to capture some of her gorgeous smiles.
Best friends. These two melted my heart! Such a beautiful family!
We finally captured some smiles on Scarlett! She is such a cutie!
I did my job, now it’s your turn! Scroll through all of the adorable kids and choose your favourite costume! When you get to the bottom leave a comment with the name of the child you’re voting for. Only one vote per email address. CONTEST ENDS OCTOBER 31ST at 10AM! Feel free to share this link with family and friends and encourage them to vote!
A few weeks ago I was deciding whether or not to offer Easter Minis. They have never appealed to me; plastic eggs, live unsanitary animals (however cute!), AstroTurf. Whether you know me personally or follow my photography, there’s a good chance that you know those things are the furthest from my style. “I solemnly swear never to use AstroTurf..”
Art is subjective, everyone is different. What looks amazing to someone might look terrible to someone else. Every photographer has their own style, and every person has their favourite photographer.
I pride myself on capturing natural, timeless portraits. There have been hits and misses along the way (everyone starts somewhere). But as I continue to grow and evolve, like any artist, my style has become more distinctive and more “me”. It is about what makes me happy and my creative freedom, rather than worrying about what other photographers are doing or what people will think of the photographs.
It wasn’t until a someone told me they liked my style that I realized I had one, and then proceeded to have this revelation.
I’m not sure if anyone even reads my blog posts but these personal (albeit rambling) ones are my favourite to write. They’re raw, they probably have spelling or grammar mistakes, but they’re very much me. I love when I discover a new blog and after reading a few posts I feel like I have gotten to know the writer. That is what I aim to do with all of my posts. And if you are reading them (I hope you are!) I’d love for you to leave comments and feedback. You’re getting to know me, let me get to know you!
Till next time,
(Oh ps. I am offering SPRING Mini-Sessions on March 29th, my last minis until Halloween. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.)
Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble.
Last Saturday I photographed these little ones in their costumes – now it’s time for you to pick your favourite! When you’ve decided leave a comment at the bottom of this post indicating which child you would like to vote for! Only one vote per email address. CONTEST ENDS OCTOBER 31ST! Feel free to share this link with your family and friends and encourage them to vote!
I assure you no children were harmed in the making of these photos – they had hands on them and were completely safe at all times.