Tag Archives: Western Cape

Lifestyle Maternity Session {Lize & Michiel}

Sometimes I get the chance to be extra creative during a shoot and try out new things. It usually means a longer shoot than my normal time, and when it’s a bit cold from the mountain winds it can be challenging. But oh man, the results are always worth it. For this shoot I played with…

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Lifestyle Baby Session {Henri}

For a lifestyle baby session your home is always the best place. It’s where you’re the most comfortable and also where your baby is most comfortable.  Babies are so aware of their surroundings, especially newborn babies, so a lifestyle in-home photo session is naturally the best place for a baby session. Even if you think…

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Big Toys – Week 12 {Project 52}

Playing with pappa’s tools. This kept the little guy busy for a long while. He enjoyed learning the words “hamer”, “beitel” and “skroef” (hammer, chisel and screw) and kept on repeating it over and over and over… It’s so beautiful to see him learning about the world, everything is fascinating and new and awesome. I…

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Lifestyle Family Session {Gray Family}

How do you like an urban setting for a family session…? This was a fun (and crazy) Friday morning in the busy streets of Cape Town.  It’s the third time I’ve photographed Hunter and mum Ellen, but the first time I met dad John.  Ellen booked me wayyy back when Hunter was 5 months old…

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Lifestyle Baby Session {Adam}

Do you remember this little guy? I photographed him when he was 12 weeks old. At the time of this shoot he was 8 months old and looked so different than the first time I saw him. That’s why taking photos are so important, because in the first year of their lives they change so…

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