the sparkly life: When Your Kid Has A Portrait Session With Sweet Little Smiles Photography--and ROCKS It

Friday, July 21, 2017

When Your Kid Has A Portrait Session With Sweet Little Smiles Photography--and ROCKS It

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Photos above by Sweet Little Smiles Photography

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Some of you may remember when my daughter had a "modeling" job last year, posing for a class held by Shana Pangione of Sweet Little Smiles photography.

Well, a couple of weeks ago, Shana asked if we'd be up for modeling for another class, and we couldn't say yes fast enough. First, Sadie loves to pose. (Seriously. Check out my Instagram for proof!) She doesn't get nervous and has so much fun when she's in front of the camera. And second, I am obsessed with Shana's work.

I love the dreamy, airy quality that her pictures have, and the way she blurs the background so heavily, so that the focus is solely on your cute kids. And she always gets the good shots! This shoot took less than ten minutes and I love every image she captured.

If you're in New Jersey or New York City and are looking to book kid's photos, a family session, or a maternity shoot, I highly recommend her. And if you're looking to get better at shooting your own kids with that fancy new camera, check out her classes for moms. Who knows--maybe my daughter will be one of your models! 

Thanks so much to Shana for another beautiful shoot. Please do think of us again, because Sadie is hooked. And really, I am, too. :)


The Salty Mamas said...

What a cutie! They really captured her personality.

Unknown said...

Gorgeous photos and gorgeous daughter!

The WordyMom said...

Wow, quite the paparazzi in that last photo! Looks like she took it in her stride though. Very sweet!

Unknown said...

Aww what a confident young lady you are raising!

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Georgeous photographs! You have a beautiful daughter. I was impressed to see that the photographer managed to catch a number of elements of her personality.

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