My sister had a beautiful baby in January and we’re all deliciously smitten with him! No really, we eat babies here…. well… more like nibble! Photographing babies is not really my forte, but for family and close friends I don’t mind taking cute candid shots because it means the pay off for me is family time, and soaking up the youth that new life brings.
I love looking at Newborn Photography, I mean some of the work out there is crazy amazeballs and a lot of effort goes in to getting that shot perfect with sometimes the tiniest window of opportunity. Newborn Photography is pretty much nailing trick shots… in my opinion.
So I’m probably not the chick to call if you want that really perfected Newborn Photography look… let’s leave that to the pros, however… I’ve got a lot of friends up the duff and new babies happening in my circle…. (somebody definitely spiked the water here in Perth)… so maybe you’ll be seeing some more cute babies here and there, and me nailing trick shots….
Two of my wickedly funny little people treated me to some brilliant faces and I celebrate them. I celebrate their confidence and love for making other people laugh and smile. Their ability to go out there and not hold back inspires me. I love how comfortable they are with exploring those grotesque natures and faces of themselves without reservation, and that they accept them so freely as being a part of who they are.
Another one for this weeks photo challenge: Transmogrify
Here’s a few more that I loved this week:
WPC Challenge – Transmogrify
Weekly Photo Challenge: Transmogrify
In Remembrance of Sunny Film
Transmogrification in Nature: Weekly Photo Challenge
Transmogrify: The Meta Selfie
Trompe l’œil – Subtly transmogrified town hall
Man made Transmogrification:Milk bottles and plastic bags : Weekly photo challenge
A few years ago my little sister and I escaped to the beach on a full moon in the middle of summer. I was relatively new to toying with photography at this point and captured this image which I have grown to love.