Tag / County Kids

March 4, 2012

Orange County Kids Photography | Kate & Sparky in the studio

This morning I prepared the studio for a session with Ash, a young woman doing a headshot portfolio.  In the process I wanted to photograph our kids as a test as well as to simply make some new photographs of my favorite subjects. Here are the two munchkins before the other session.  Both photographs made …

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February 14, 2012

Orange County Kids Photographer | Buckets at Salt Creek Beach, Dana Point

  I am putting together a promotion piece and was looking for the perfect photograph today and happened to find it, by chance, while looking through some archived files from a session. I love back light and there is nothing like photographing the beach late in the day — it just makes the time worth …

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February 13, 2012

Orange County Kids Photographer | Chasing A Bubble

Here is one of my favorite photographs of the kids from the 36 Frames Project on Kate last year.  We’re excited about finally doing this for Sparky, now that his own personality is emerging and he’s on his own schedule.  That’s on the plans for February. On this rainy day here in Southern California, here’s …

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November 20, 2011

Orange County Kids Photographer | Taylor On the Swing | PAD

The weather forecast for today was saying 100% chance of rain this afternoon.  My session today would have happened right in the middle of that deluge. Thankfully we rescheduled for later this morning — when we avoided the rain and had some gorgeous soft overcast light. Loved this portrait of Taylor swinging with the telltale …

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November 19, 2011

Orange County Kids Photographer | Look Mom – no training wheels! | PAD

One the grassy area by the gazebo, Kate practiced riding her bike without the aid of training wheels.  She is doing well with this and seemed to get the hang of it very quickly.  I suspect it’s because she’s been riding her Razor scooter so much in the last year that she has a great …

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