Friday Favorites…Hide and Seek :) {The Woodlands, TX | Child Photographer}

I’ve taken so many images, and have so many different favorites for so many various reasons.  Social media, internet, and web-based portfolios are all great; but this online world we live in sometimes leads things to be a bit less personal.  I believe that every image has a story to tell, and that’s what I love doing for my clients so much!  I don’t always get a chance to tell the story behind every image though–what I love about it, what makes it special to me.  So, I thought I would start a weekly blog post that featured one of my favorite images…deconstructed.  The story behind it, the reasons I love it (whether they are technical reasons of lighting/composition/etc., or emotional ones about what and why the image makes me feel).  So check back every week–some of these shares will be personal ones, and others will come from clients’ sessions past and present…one of your images might be featured here!

This set of images makes me smile every time I look at them.  Do you know this age/stage–I call it the “ostrich stage”.  When they think that you can’t see them if they don’t see you :).  I love it, it cracks me up every time!  We were playing hide and seek during this session and that’s just what this little boy did–cover his eyes to make himself disappear.  I love the smile on his face when he “revealed” his hiding spot.  Children are such beautiful creatures–I love the way they see our world!  Happy Friday everyone!!

Taken with my Nikon D700 and 85mm 1.4G lens


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