Kids! Kids! Kids!

Kids… they are SO much fun! 🙂 I love child photography… but it can be tricky too. More often then not, they will not stay quiet and nice for a photograph, speciallly if they are really really young still.

 

A while ago, I shot a few photos of Felipe, this little guy up there. It was almost impossible to get him to do the things either I or his parents wanted, but there’re some really great photos too 🙂

Then a few weeks later, I shot his one year birthday party too 🙂

This little girl was the cutest at the party 🙂

Then, I also took some photos of my niece, Helena Victoria, last week, early on a saturday morning 🙂

I loooove these photos of her! So cute! ^.^

She was SO into taking the photos! ^.^ I’ll share more anytime soon.

this last cutie, I never learned her name, but I love this photo 🙂 And she’s a young model…

 

 

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8 Responses to Kids! Kids! Kids!

  1. Patrick Emerson says:

    The view of Helena with her arms at her side is also marvelous!

  2. Ramón says:

    Very beautiful shots!
    I have the movie Cars!

    A job very well done AnnA!

  3. your photography is an art! 😉
    quality, tone, light, everything aaaaa
    and children are so sweet, tender, beautiful
    great shots all
    I love your work 😀

  4. Fabio says:

    Your niece is the most photogenic one! You’ve done a good job, photographing kids is not that easy!! I’ve been photographing my nephew (he’s 3 now), I like it but you have to be veeeery sporty!! (unfortunately his mother doesn’t want me to post the pictures on flikr so….nada)

  5. Wispra says:

    Gorgeous shots! Kids can be so fun if they get into the whole “take my picture” thing – they’re such hams! 🙂

  6. Ken Timbers says:

    Hi AnnA,
    Photographing children is never easy, but they make wonderful subjects for photos. These are lovely – well done!

  7. Abdul Manaf says:

    Yes. It is not easy for us to record children pictures. We must know how to communicate with them and patiently, waiting them to give an interesting pose.

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