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Archive for February, 2010

Isn’t she sweet?

February 28, 2010

It’s always a pleasure to meet other photographers and their babies! This little sweetie belongs to Brianne Brose. Brianne wasn’t too sure about stepping in front of the camera, but I reassured her that if she hated, we could always delete it. I think she is happy she did it. After all, photographers rarely have pictures of themselves! Thanks for looking!  © carrie sandoval | newborn photographer

It was a busy week and I thought I would try to catch up my blog by showing off the adorable little models from our February Baby as Art workshop! Britt posted more on the Baby as Art blog. Sorry about the repetitiveness, but now I feel a little more caught up and can post some recent sessions! 🙂 © carrie sandoval | newborn photographer

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Quincy is a big brother.

February 15, 2010

I just couldn’t contain my excitement when Quincy’s Mom told me she was expecting again. It was a given that this baby would be beautiful! Meet Luca, 6 days old. And on that note, we are off to Denver to guest speak at the fabulous Living the Dream Workshop!  © carrie sandoval | newborn photographer

Zaftig.

February 10, 2010

Date: circa 1936. of a woman : having a full rounded figure : pleasingly plump. I’ll admit, I am no vocabulary whiz. But I thought it was an awesome coincidence when I was gearing up to blog this gorgeous Mom to be, and I noticed the word “Zaftig” floating across my (Apple OSX) vocabulary enriching screensaver. Perfect! I’ll use it… thanks Apple! Can’t wait to meet this little bebe!  © carrie sandoval | maternity

Outdoors Indoors.

February 6, 2010

There is something about the combination of a sweet baby and mother nature that inspires Brittany and I… so this winter, we were determined not to let the rain and 60° weather (yes! that is cold to us southern Californians! and even more cold to a wee little sprout who is accustomed to frolicking in 98.6°) “dampen” our creative vision! Recent showers have sprouted many beautiful fields of green in my neighborhood, but it was still too chilly for a naked baby. So why not bring the outdoors in? My creative partner, Brittany Woodall, put together this amazing set a few weeks ago and sadly, it does not last long. We will continue to rebuild, remaster and seize the moment on those occasional  warm winter days (see below). Both images courtesy Brittany Woodall, © Baby as Art. And for those of you interested in seeing the indoor set up, I posted it a couple weeks ago on flickr: here.

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