Melbourne Kids Photoshoot
They grow so fast
This blog is quite special to my heart as I’ve watched the family grow over the last 3-4 years and have had the pleasure of photographing their journey. I first met Nat and David when they asked me to be their wedding photographer. Over the course of the months before the wedding we met a few times and I got to know their sweet little boy Hayden. Initially shy like most 18-month old kids, he eventually warmed up to me and we became BFFs! See more about my wedding photography work here
Kids V Parents
This worked out well for the wedding day, as Hayden must have felt like he had the paparazzi around when he popped his special little outfit on. So cute! Little kids are quite different and much easier to photograph compared to adults. They aren’t stressed about their hair, how they look, and being self conscious isn’t a thing. Once we’ve had a little play they relax and photographing them is natural and fun – it becomes a game of pick a boo or hide and seek, allowing me to capture beautiful smiles and cheeky grins.
And then there were 4
I was so excited to catch up with this lovely family again, as a new bubba has joined the family since I last saw them! Hello sweet baby Heath. This brave and daring little fella is about the same age as Hayden was when I first met him.
Hayden is the most caring big brother – always watching out for his new mate with plenty of cuddles and kisses. I took these two cute kids to the park and updated their family portraits and I know their parents are going to love hanging these photos on the walls of their home.
Make a Kids Photography Booking
Scroll down for the beautiful video reel of their session which I know the family will cherish. If you’d like to book in a beautiful family photoshoot, please read more here. I’ve included my top tips for what to wear in a family photoshoot and more details about how I work. Feel free to call any time on 0418 526 248 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . I’d love to meet you and capture beautiful images that will adorn the walls of your home for years to come!
It’s not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves that will make them successful human beings