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Still Fresh at 5 Months: Lifestyle Family Photos in the Toronto Annex
I first met this precious baby girl when she was just one day old. She is by far the youngest Ümla-baby that I photographed, and it was a real treat to be able to capture her first day of life while she was still at the hospital. Having a five-year-old, it's so easy to forget what it was like when my own daughter was tiny.
Now, five months later, I had the pleasure of photographing this little lady and her family, at a park in Toronto's Annex neighborhood. As with Gavin, I cannot believe how much babies change in a few months. When you see your child every day, the changes are so subtle that they're barely noticeable. To an outsider, however, you can definitely see a HUGE difference.
I can tell that this little darling will grow up to be a very beautiful young lady. What a doll! And she was in a great mood for the whole session, which made it even more awesome.
Since this was a family session, we also had daddy and big brother in the mix. Like most little pre-school boys, big brother was full of energy, and it was totally contagious! Big brother is really into baseball, so mom and dad thought it would be fun to bring his bat for the photo session, which I thought was awesome. The whole point of lifestyle sessions is to capture families doing what they do, so if baseball is part of what they do, then I want to capture it! Here are a few highlights from the session:
As a final image to leave you with, I thought I'd share this fun capture below. One item that I always carry with me is a little camera keychain. This keychain as a tiny little shutter button, and when you press it, it makes a camera shutter sound, and flashes a little LED "flash". All of my toddler and pre-school clients LOVE this, and it makes for great photos. Check it out!
Peace, love, and über-Ümla happiness.
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