Archive for January, 2012
Saturday, January 21st, 2012
This is how a multi-generation shoot should be done:
- Gorge yourself on post-holiday food until you feel too sleepy to help with the dishes
- Bribe children ages 2-64 with M&M’s to make them smile for the photographer
- Take the canoe out for a paddle and make-out session
- Challenge the in-laws to cornhole
- Relax in the tree swing
- Beat up on a snowman piñata until he drops a load of candy
- Repeat as desired
This photoshoot was a blast. How often do you get to use a full-sized teepee as a backdrop?
Grandma looks relaxed, right?
Remember these guys’ engagement photos?
Yeah, these guys know what they’re doing.
Get this kid a barbell and he’s ready for the summer olympics U.S. power-lifting team.
This guy is such an athlete, he blindfolded himself.
Ahh, Kimosabe… some candy not found in snowman.
Tags: children's photography, children's portraits, family photography, family portraits, Inland Empire Photographers, Mark Leonard, Mark Leonard Imaging, Mark Leonard photography, Redlands photographer, Yucaipa photographer, Yucaipa photographers
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Wednesday, January 18th, 2012
These guys are, without a doubt, some of our favorite Canadians. And we’re from Minnesota, so we know Canadians. Their kids are a riot, and I loved watching them all interact with each other – jumping, dancing, and thumb-wrestling.
This particular Verhoef family turns up in Southern California annually, and I was pumped to get to do a shoot with them while they were in Redlands.
Tags: family photography, family portraits, Inland Empire Photographers, Mark Leonard, Mark Leonard Imaging, Mark Leonard photography, Redlands, Redlands photographer, Redlands photographers
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Sunday, January 1st, 2012