Photo Tips for Older Children

Mother kissing son on cheek with father for an article on photo tips for older children

My photography tactics remain pretty much the same, no matter what generation is standing in front of my camera. However, there are certain skills that make photographing teenagers an easier process. In today’s blog post, we’re going to take a trip back to Washington Square Park and I have a set of photo tips for […]

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A Washington Square Park Family Portrait Session

Two fathers and their three daughters sitting on bench during a Washington Square Park family portrait

Washington Square Park is one of the most scenic retreats in New York City. With things changing on a daily basis, the calm beauty of this park remains steadfast. That said there are changes in the neighborhood that you should be aware of before planning your shoot. I have all the details from a recent […]

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Photojournalistic Portraits: Picturing Your Photo Shoot as an Adventure

Photojournalistic portraits of older couple kissing against building

For me, each photo shoot is a unique adventure. I never want the people I photograph to simply stand in front of my camera with a blank smile. Rather, I use my photojournalistic style to incorporate movement, emotion, and most importantly, story, into the frame. This is why I would encourage everyone to think of […]

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Lily & Yann’s Washington Square Park Portrait

Close up portrait of man and woman looking at each other

Congratulations to Lily and Yann on their wedding at City Hall on March 14th!  We had a delightful day taking photos underneath the cherry blossom trees after their wedding, and Yann even tried to outwit Lily on the chess board.  Check out all the photos from their Washington Square Park portrait session in today’s blog […]

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