It’s that beautiful time of the year when fall is almost here and I can’t wait to see the fall colors in Utah. While looking forward to fall, I am also eagerly waiting for India mela to relish some Indian street style food...The stalls , music ,henna, people , food everything that brings back memories of India. Anyway, in this blog I am going to talk about a fun family session we had for Pari’s 2nd birthday.
Etched in the heart are those first hours after the baby is born. The first few moments are so precious, and no words need to be spoken, for we all know life will never be the same and any joy that is felt or sense of accomplishment experienced is always pale in comparison to the miracle the baby is to us.
Pari turned 2 last year when I photographed the family. It always surprises me how time flies and babies grow up. It’s a beautiful phase of life that shouldn’t be missed, these small young naughty days will be long gone before a blink of an eye. Every moment is special and memorable :)
Poornima & Anand called me one fine day asking me to photograph their beautiful family in the event of Pari’s 2nd birthday. I always enjoy family photoshoots as it makes me happy and helps me connect with the family on an emotional level. The clients soon become friends and a lot of times a friend for life :) I love my job as it is very satisfying to say the least.
Few photos from the session ..
I remember having to hide and shoot Pari as she in no time got very conscious in front of the camera. She would give me expressions of “Go away “as she saw the camera in my hands.. We played rhymes, cartoons and got her engaged so we could get some random candid looks.. Overall it was fun challenging session and from then on I always remembered to take candies and become the toddler’s best friend before setting up the shoot.
Every shoot teaches you something or the other and I am very thankful that the learning doesn’t ever stop and that you keep competing with yourself every single time to better yourself. Photography has indeed rounded me as a person and indeed helped me unleash my inner passion towards creativity.