Introducing newborn baby Pippa. I love photographing newborns and I was just thrilled to be asked to photograph little Pippa after photographing her big brother when he was a newborn! Its just amazing to be able to follow families along as the continue to grow.Read More
Introducing newborn baby MayaRead More
'its 3 am and they're all asleep,
no one is here to see, as we rock slowly back and forth
your looking right back at me.
Your little hand is feather light reaching up to my chin,
I hold your tiny body in my arms
as I stroke your baby skin.
This little poem resonates so much with new parents. Little Baby Lucy's newborn session was so peaceful as we watched new mama Nicole gush over her new little darling. All resting at home, feed, change sleep repeat. Something so beautiful about the first born, who gets to soak up all the attention. Life seems pretty bliss in the Carpinato household.
I will carry you and hold you until you no longer fit in my arms, and even then, I will still try..
Introducing little Braxton Jay Lago, born 16/10/2015 6.8 lbs. Braxton and his mumma had a really rough ride bringing him into the world. Very inspiring to see how truly strong women are and the right of passage motherhood is. Hayley and Daniel are first time parents and its clear that they will treat little Braxton with tender loving care. Congratulations to you both.
MilkDrunk And Dreamy | Newborn Photography And Film in the Hills District Sydney. I am a Sydney Photographer based in the Hill's District, if you are interested in Newborn Photography and Film, please head over to my website - www.justinecurran.com.au
You can also have a look at this couple's amazing Maternity session HERE
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Over September, Janine Harris from White Salt Photography set a challenge for many of us Lifestyle/documentary photographers to participate in a personal project - a photo a day for all of September. I had never participated in one before but had always wanted to. A busy life and other priorities I thought it would be too difficult and boring. My life really is not that interesting. However I have learned that is part of the challenge, to pick up the camera during those mundane moments, that actually really aren't that mundane. They tell a story. They give insight to who we are as people and a family. Not only that it made me start thinking about experimenting with light and different perspectives while taking advantage of a moment. It truly has ben a learning curve and I would encourage any photographer interested in personal growth and development to try this challenge regularly. I am Lifestyle/Documentary Photographer and if you are interested in the idea of at home family documentary in the Hill's District, Sydney please contact me - email@example.com
MilkDrunk And Dreamy | At Home Family Documentary Photography in the Hill's District