I have to tell you, that this maternity session was a lot of fun. I did something a little out of my element, but it was totally worth it. What was that something? Crossfit. This was the first time I was asked to photograph a mama doing her thing, Crossfit, where she trains. It was refreshing to do something a little different. And, I loved every minute of their maternity session. So FUN!!
Thank you so much Ben and Rachel for choosing Angi Randall Photography to capture your maternity portraits. I look forward to meeting your little one soon. xoxo
Are you expecting a new little miracle? Do you love the outdoors or have you been thinking that you may want your maternity session to be done outdoors? Then this is the SESSION for you!! You can choose to have your images done in a park, a field, an urban setting or even on the beach. Just let me know 🙂
This special expires on May 28, 2013…so, you will want to act fast. I am only taking a limited number of sessions for the summer. Call 715.286.2644 during studio hours to book your maternity session. This special can not be combined with any other offer and it excludes already booked sessions.
Hey all! Hope everyone is having a safe and wonderful Labor Day. I will be celebrating Labor Day with a Three Day Whoo-tastic Special. Just check it out….
So, now you that have been thinking about who is going to capture your newborn’s portraits once he/she arrives, and I can tell you that this is is one hoot of a way to capture the beginning of your little one’s journey. Call the studio of Angi Randall Photography from 9am – 4pm on Tuesday, Sept. 4th thru Thursday, Sept. 6th to set up a session to capture the beginning journey of your little one. You will have something to HOOT about 🙂
It’s my Birthday!! Well, not until July 28th. But, I am celebrating my birthday a few days early. Check it out…
(Payment is due at the time of booking. This special can not be combined with any other special or discount. No exceptions)
Just a small reminder that once the session spots are filled up and gone…there gone. So act fast. I would love to create special memories for you and your family to always cherish now and 50 years from now. I am going to ask that if you know someone expecting in the near future to please share this blog post with them and to share it on your Facebook Page as well. I thank you from the bottom of my heart. OH! And, Happy Birthday to me…lol
Have a wonderful day, I look forward to creating lasting memories for anyone who chooses me to do so 🙂
I would like to share a little bit behind the scene here at Angi Randall Photography. Well, kind of behind the scene. It really is about the baby’s safety. The image I am going to share is a popular pose in the newborn portrait industry and is not a pose that a baby would be typically scene doing. It is more of an artsy pose and really about the skill level of the photographer and how to keep the baby safe. I have done this pose many times and there are a few factors that are consindered in getting this pose, and let me tell you that not every baby will co-operate.
Anyway…here is the image:
Once I get baby into place, I will always use the parents to help me out and to keep the baby’s head supported. The hands never go far from baby. Even if I get lucky and get a baby to balance on it’s own…the parents’ hands are only maybe an inch or two away from the head and parents never take their eyes off the baby. Once the baby starts moving or losing balance I have the parents put hands back on the head. And we will be done with the pose. I would say 98% of the time I am photoshopping arms and hands out.
My number one priority at Angi Randall Photography is to keep the babies I photograph safe. Babies are delicate and precious and I DO NOT want anything to happen to them.
So, all in all, if you are looking for a newborn photographer…make sure that the photographer you are seeking has experience in photographing newborns and has the safety of your newborn child as a #1 priority. Not every photographer is cut out to photograph newborns, because newborns take time, patience and skill. Most of us who specialize in Newborn Photography have gone to classes to teach us some of these skills to work with your special bundle of joy and continue to learn all we can to make sure your newborn stays SAFE.