Babies & Children
Photographing babies and children is my passion and specialty, as babies and children have no problem showing their real personalities. I try to engage the baby or child in play and just be silly, so they feel comfortable and have fun. I encourage parents to bring props that are special to their children as having something familiar can make smiles happen. Having the farm to play on, helps children to forget that they are at a photoshoot.
Babies grow so fast. Capturing milestone ages at 3, 6, 9, and 12 months are great to help you remember how much they've grown. This session is for one baby. Please schedule a time when your baby has recently napped or in the morning, as babies are much happier when they are rested. Bringing props are encouraged but are not required. Package rates are available for photo sessions for all four ages, just ask! I do photograph newborns; however, sessions will be outside and typically include individual portraits as well as the baby with the rest of the family.
Smash Cake Sessions
Your baby is turning one! What a better way to capture this monumental moment than with pictures of cake all over their sweet little face? The smash cake party is one of my favorite to photograph because they are so much fun. Please schedule a time when your baby has recently napped or in the morning, as babies are much happier when they are rested. Bringing props are encouraged, and you need to supply the cake. Regular one year old pictures will be taken first, then we'll photograph the cake eating. All seasons are done outside.
Capturing the innocence of childhood is so much fun. By doing your photoshoot on the family farm, there are many different backdrop scenarios that can help bring out your child's true personality. Whether playing with bubbles on the front lawn, climbing a tree, fishing in the pond, or watching the farm animals, Barn Light Photography will get your children to relax and have fun. The result will be beautiful pictures. Child sessions are all done outside. Bringing props are encouraged but not required.