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Jason photographed another cover for the WestCoast Families magazine right in our area at the Taves Family Farms. It’s always nice to work with their artistic team to create something that looks great for their cover. You can read the magazine online here and we have some copies in our studio if you want to stop by to pick one up.
Our studio was invaded last week by cute kids in costumes again! It’s the sixth time we’ve run this even where our clients can bring their kids and a donation to the Abbotsford Food Bank and we’ll photograph their kids and send them some digital files. You can see the gallery of images on our Facebook page.
Above is Jason in his camera costume. One evening Lexi said to him, “Daddy, you should have a camera on your head!” A few hours later in the production room with an exacto blade, foam core board and a glue gun and he created his camera head.
Our baby, Justus, turned one in March and we’ve been meaning to do his one year old portrait session. If we’re not careful, we can easily become so busy doing everyone else’s photographs that we neglect photographing our own family. So when I noticed a few new teeth in Justus’ mouth on a slower day, we did his session before they grew in.
I’m a sucker for that cute stage when there are just two little bottom teeth showing when babies smile. He hammed it up for the camera until he got distracted pushing the box around the studio rather than standing by it.
Justus is a complete sweet heart and we are so thankful that he’s part of our family.
“What children need most are the essentials that grandparents provide in abundance. They give unconditional love, kindness, patience, humor, comfort, lessons in life. And, most importantly, cookies.”
— Rudolph Giuliani
We love doing photographs for Grandparents as it brings them so much joy and it is a gift that will sit and lovingly gaze at for hours. Our studio is perfect for a session with a bunch of young cousins like these cuties.
We photographed the September cover of the WestCoast Families magazine of the 2011 Show Your Smile Contest winner! This is the third time we’ve photographed Nyomi and she keeps getting cuter every time we bring out the camera.
You can read the entire issue here. We also photographed their back to school fashion feature.
Amanda, Rebecca, Jill, Holly and Luke keep growing up! I think that’s one of the wonderful things about portraits is that you can freeze a moment in time and relish it as you look back at it. This portrait is going to look fabulous on their wall!
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We’ve been photographing Zack and Ben for years and they just keep getting more handsome. One of the things I appreciate as we’ve been doing photography over a decade now is the friendships and history our family develops with other families.
Zack and Ben are going to have an awesome personality board from their session. They have a lot of personality so it’s a super fun one!
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Our first cover with WestCoast Families Magazine was a retro road trip theme with the Woods family who own the Foundation restaurant and love taking road trips.
You can read the issue here.
Aaron wore a traditional outfit and brought a sword that’s been in his family for generations to his Imagine session.
We are still accepting nominations of children to photograph for and feature in our 2012 Imagine book of child portraits. For more info and to sign up here.