All posts tagged infant

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asher // baby

Asher is such a cute, handsome little boy!  I was honored to photograph his family portraits just a few weeks back.  Ever since I knew my wife was expecting our first child, photographing these little kids has made me even more excited.  Can’t wait for my own now!

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cade // abc

It’s been almost 2 years since I first photographed my first ABC book for Landon. I’ve done a few more since then, and now, Landon’s little brother Cade makes his debut. He’s a very independent little guy and doesn’t sit still for long. But, for the most part, I think he likes being in front of the camera. Each day that I would return to create more photographs, he seemed excited about it. Which photo is your favorite?

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nora // baby

Laura + David + Nora are one cool family.  If you missed their maternity portraits, you won’t want to miss it.  Little Nora came less than 2 weeks after their maternity session, and all I had seen until now was the most adorable photos from facebook.  Nora really is one of the cutest babies I have ever seen.  She was as calm and as quite as can be, a terrific sport.  A new family portrait wouldn’t be complete with the other furry family members as well :)  Looking forward to some more in the next few months!

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tucson baby infant newborn portraits photography arizona

tucson baby infant newborn portraits photography arizona

tucson baby infant newborn portraits photography arizona

tucson baby infant newborn portraits photography arizona

tucson baby infant newborn portraits photography arizona

tucson baby infant newborn portraits photography arizona

tucson baby infant newborn portraits photography arizona

tucson baby infant newborn portraits photography arizona

cason // birth photography

In case you didn’t see the slideshow, go check out the post below this one, you don’t want to miss it. Although it is a multimedia piece using still images in video format, I still tend to LOVE traditional blogging (and that way you can study individual photographs at your own pace, instead of hitting the pause button)! So, more details on the experience in the post below, but, this was shot on film with 2 lenses (for all that care). Love the look that film gives me for this type of approach, but at the same time there are things that I miss about digital. Verdict is still out, what do you guys think?

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tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

tucson birth documentary newborn labor childbirth pregnancy arizona photograph

cason // birth documentary

I’ve been an active photographer for about 5 years now and have loved every minute of it.  I’m fortunate to say I have a successful business that allows me to to what I LOVE to do, and what I LOVE most about my job is working with the people I work with.  I love weddings, I love portraits, I love interacting with people and watching their emotions, and being part of those memories.  I find it rather corny to say that “I love capturing moments” . . . bleh, it just sounds soooo corny to me.  But, what I love most is just being a fly on the wall, a front row seat in the lives of others . . .

About 3 years ago, I came across a set of documentary images by a good friend of mine, Daniel Shaw, who captured an amazing documentary of his wife giving birth to their son.  Being the father, it was easy for him to be front and center, and the emotion and pure wonder of child birth was captured with striking imagery.  Since then I have always wanted to document an actual birth, and I finally mustered up the guts to do it.

My experience was a whirlwind of 20 hours that is still quite vivid in my memory.  They arrived 8pm the night before, and Cason was finally born around 2:15pm the next day. I got very little sleep, but, I didn’t mind.  I loved just being able to be there, in the same room as the family, and experience life’s most amazing and sacred events.  Maybe I didn’t sleep because I wanted to know what it might feel like to not sleep at all, to help me put myself in a father’s shoes moments before the birth of his first child.  In short, I walked away completely amazed at the miracle of life, and how amazing both Kelly and Roger are.  Thank you so much for letting me be part of something so special, I will never forget it!

Now, this is the first time I’ve created a slideshow for the blog, would love your thoughts and I’m sure the new mom & dad would love to hear your thoughts as well!


Kunz @ La Paloma | Family Portraits in Tucson Arizona

I finally had the chance to photograph a young family, who happen to be really good friends of mine, at a location not too distant from my home. La Paloma has a small “basin” before the entrance to the resort that is just a fun place, beautiful views and lush grass. The weather could not have been better! Wow, I wish it would stay like this the rest of the year, it was awesome!

Anyways . . . Brandon, Liz and Taevin are just one of the cutest families out there. Liz is expecting their 2nd son and they wanted to get their family portraits done sooner than later :D I had a blast working with them . . . I have to say, the final pic (the nice formal family pic) is buttah! That background is amazing!!!

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tucson family portraits desert sunset cactus photography

tucson family portraits desert sunset cactus photography

That was a fun shot . . . I wish I could be a kid again, lol

tucson family portraits desert sunset cactus photography

tucson family portraits desert sunset cactus photography

tucson family portraits desert sunset cactus photography

tucson family portraits desert sunset cactus photography

tucson family portraits desert sunset cactus photography

tucson family portraits desert sunset cactus photography

I’m pretty proud of this one :D   It’s like buttah I tell you!

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