My Family photo session with Amy

This is the second time I was photographing Amy and her family. The weather was not ideal, but it did not matter. The photo session was in China Beach in San Francisco. We got great photos from this child photo session. On top of this, Amy’s daughter is a climber, just like her parents. What fun!

Baby step club part 3

This is the third session for Desiree and Brandon and their daughter for our baby step club. For this photo session we chose their house. _D9F0003 _D9F0007 _D9F0054 _D9F0078 _D9F0183

Newborn and Infant Photography: Baby Step Club part 2

This is second photo session for Brandon and Dessiree for their Fima Photography baby step club with their daughter.  The first one was in Noe Valley studio. Second one in the Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. Child photography by Fima Photography

 

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Infant outdoor photography

This is second photo session for Brandon and Dessiree for their Fima Photography baby step club with their daughter.  The first one was in Noe Valley studio. Second one in the Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.

Cleopatra: Examples of Green Screen Photography

Frank and Sonny are long-time clients of mine.  They're wonderful with creative ideas for every photo session we do. Last Halloween, they concocted the idea of dressing up their daughter as Cleopatra, Frank as Julius Caesar, and Sonny as Mark Antony.

For the portraits that I took in their family photo session, I used green screen technology to put photos of their daughter in front of an ancient Egyptian setting.

Frank made every single one of these costumes.  What a family!