I was tidying up my file storage for the images that I took of my children for the past 7+ years. Gosh… time certainly flew past too quickly. They just don’t look like how they were anymore. I am glad I had all of those images captured and archived. It is my strong belief that every parent should archive images of their children. Be it on your phone right through to professional photos.
One of the most frequently asked question by clients would be: “When is the good time to preserve those images for my children?”
Like what Dr Seuss will say… “You never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory”
I have compiled a series of major milestone that I tend to capture for clients through photography.
A newborn stage – 5-10 days:
My vision in newborn photography is to record how a baby might look like in mommy’s tummy.
Little Baby Stage – 4- 8 weeks
Understanding when is the best time and how to bring out the best out of baby at this young age usually require a lot of patience as well as expertise in handling the baby. At this age, they are happy, smiley and love interacting with people. Mommy’s sound usually makes them smile.
Little big baby photo session (4-8 months):
I love cute, chubby and happy baby… I tend to find baby is happy, laugh at silly noises and animated face. Understand what makes them giggles is something I enjoy… editing those smiley face tend to make me smile from the inside… that make me happy. Tummy time, teething, etc makes these little people move their mouth a lot. So there are tonnes of expression to be captured.
9-11 months old baby photo shoot:
At this age, baby tend to be able to sit up independently… but they are a little more aware and picky about who to smile to… but if it is a little girl, daddy or mommy tend to make them smile… little boy love playing rough with daddy… but at the same time, love cuddle with mom. Fat chubby cheek is the most dominant feature of babies at this age…
12-18 months baby photo shoot:
Curiosity is the key with baby at this age group. They are curious about the surrounding, they have the ability to move, crawl, cruise, even the first few steps. These are things that they do that motivate me to capture. I love to observe, allow the child to explore their world and capture the curiosity in them.
24 months and beyond:
They love activities…
they love running around…
they love to explore this world…
I love this shot of my 2nd child who love jumping up and down those steps… so care free, so happy… a world of possibility is under their feet.
These are the first 2.5 years of a child’s life that worth preserving…. you can do it yourself… but we can make it simple for you…
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