I’m all about in-home photography. I really am. That’s where you’re you – where your story is. That’s where you get the real stuff.
If you’ve been with me for, like, 7 years and we’ve done everything from brand new newborn moments to legos to swings to a walk on the local golf course to a pool party in the backyard and your kids are at the age that day-trip adventures are a part of your regular life, then … well, why not? How about the High Line?
That was really fun. We had a beautiful day and the place practically to ourselves (I do love my early mornings!) After dad went to work and I headed out on my merry way, mom even stuck around and had fun taking pictures of the kids on her own. WHICH reminds me — mom was one of the students in the inaugural run of my new Freeze Ray Basics | Beginner Photography Workshops for Parents and boy, has she got an eye! I really enjoyed showing her around the basics of taking photos and the workings of her camera. I may have even sparked a mini-obsession … but time will tell! If you’re interested in learning how to take better photos of your kids with your own fancy camera, there’s info and a place to register for the next round of workshops on March 2 and 9 (or learn how you can host your own!) HERE.
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