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Entries in Long Island Photographer (40)


Sweet Little J - Long Island Portrait Photographer

When I photographed J, he was three months old and such a sweet little boy.  Such intense little eyes that captivated my camera.  Here are a few of my favorite from his session.



Meet Katelyn - Long Island Portrait Photographer

I am super thankful to be apart of the Single Parent Project, because it lead Allison and her beautiful daughter Katelyn to my photography site.  The first time we met I knew Katelyn was someone special.  She was funny, smart, confident, did I mention she is only eight?  :)

Here are some of my favorite shots from our session.


Baby C's Big Day - Long Island Infant Photograher

I was lucky enough to photography Baby C when he was first born.  He was an angel that day!  Can you believe I got lucky again when his Mom asked me to do his Christening shots?  I arrived around 1:30 pm in the afternoon and he decided to take a little nap.

First, take a picture of his sweet Christening outfit:

Here are some of my favorite shots I got of him in his outfit while he was sleeping:

About 45 minutes later he woke up and flashed us his amazing blue eyes.  Here are my favorite of Baby C when he was awake!

Thanks so much again Jessica and Charlie for allowing me to photograph your extremely handsome little man!!!  Can't wait for the big party!


Eyes that Mesmerize - Long Island Family Photographer - & and a winner!!

It was a beautiful day at Oyster Bay Park on Long Island, I had the best time photographing my girlfriends son and two sweet girls.. Each one of them had eyes so blue that they were mesmerizing!!!  I could have taken pictures of them all day!


And now to annouce the winner of the What the Heck? Friday giveaway!

Thanks so much for waiting for me to annouce the winner of the book: Photographing Children Photo Workshop: Develop Your Digital Photography Talent
by Ginny Flech and Allison Tyler Jones

The winner is RACHEL from a Southern Fairytale!!! picked out the winner:

Random Integer Generator

Here are your random numbers:


Timestamp: 2009-08-10 02:41:01 UTC

WOO HOO Rachel!
I will reach out to you for details!


Wordless Wednesday - Taking a break from portrait work

Sharing a few shots that I have taken lately that I really enjoyed taking, but not my normal portrait work..

For more Wordless Wednesday go toWordless Wednesday,Five Minutes for MomandSeven Clown Circus


Summer smiles - Long Island Family Photographer

Recently I was able to photograph a stunning little girl.. She was only 18 months but she acted like a pro in front of the camera.  It was about 90 degrees and really humid but Mom, Dad and Sweet Baby R did great walking around a local arboretum for their family portraits.

Here are a few of my favorite portraits of the day:

Don't forget to enter my giveaway on my last What the Heck? post.  Click here to find out the details!!


Adorable Family Session - Long Island Photographer

Over the weekend I met up with my girlfriend and her family at local beach on the north end of Long Island.  I had never been to the beach, but I can tell you I will be back.  The backdrop was perfect and smiles were in abundance!!  It was really hard to pick my favorites from the session, so this post will be a little picture heavy, but I actually scaled it down, I was going to put up more!! :)

Thanks again Lori for allowing me to photograph your beautiful family!

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Remember today is the last day to enter to win a PhotoFlex reflector!  Go HERE to enter !!


Weekly Winners - Shades of Blue

Weekly Winners
I am excited to participate in the weekly meme called Weekly Winners hosted by the one and onlyLotus.




Precious Baby Boy CTB - Long Island Newborn Photography

Recently I had the opportunity to take photos of my beautiful friend Jessica's newborn son.  Little CTB was my first newborn photo session.  I was anxious, excited and very, VERY nervous.  

Now, don't get me wrong, I read a ton.. studied a lot..practiced on my focus..but I was still a bundle of nerves and truthfully you never know what to expect with a newborn.

When I got to her home Little CTB was WIDE awake which was fine because it took about 20 minutes to set up. Here is what I brought:

A mini heater
Backdrop holder
Bean Bag

Little CTB was not happy getting undressed, and for about 15 minutes he was fussy but we soon realized the little man was a little hungry.  Jessica nursed to him to sleep and he was AMAZING the rest of the photo session.

We were even lucky that his sweet, beautiful little cousin stopped by for the photo session.  She joined Little CTB for a few shots.

Here are a few of my favorite from the session:

Two collages I made of the photos (the backgrounds are not pink, just how it uploaded):


This little bear hat photo is my favorite from the entire day (look at those little lips!!)

Thanks again Jessica and Charlie for allowing me to spend some one on one time with Little CTB.  He is a perfect little angel. 


Giving Back - Part Two

Last Monday I did a post telling you all about the Think Pink Photography network.  They help give back to fight the evil we know called Breast Cancer..

This week I want to share with you another really important photography network I belong too.  It is called The Single Parent Project - Turning lemons into lemonade.  I first heard about this network when they were just launching, on a photography board I belong too.  I literally jumped up and down to be apart of this network.

Quoted from the site:

"The Singe Parent Project - turning lemons into lemonade is a non-profit organization founded in February 2009.  This organization, while small right now, strives to become a huge nationwide group of photographers, that provide free or reduced rate custom photography to single parents around the world."

Growing up in a single parent household I saw how hard my mom struggled to give my sisters and I anything nice.  I don't care if it was a pair of socks, my mom struggled to make it the nicest pair of socks we ever wore. 

I watched all of my friends get awesome family portraits, or school photos while we passed because we needed food instead of photos.  I clearly remember the two times my Mom spent money on family portraits, once when I was about ten and then the other when I was about 19.

Those pictures still hang up on her wall.

Then there are my two baby sisters, both single parents.  They provide their kids with everything they could possibly need, but family portraits are not on their top priority because it is a luxury cost to them. 

With my family it is easy to give back.. I love to take pictures of my sisters and their boys.  And my sisters are MORE than willing to be my photo subjects.  (anyone meet my sister Jenny? she loves the camera)

In a nutshell, parenting is hard work.  It is hard when there are two parents in the home, let alone being a single parent.  In my own life I am trying to show my boys that giving back is super important in how the world works.  Giving back feels good.  It makes me truly appreciate all the wonderful blessing I have in my life.

The Singe Parent Project is just another small way I can give back.  If you know anyone that could benefit from their services, pass along their name.  (please remember I get nothing from mentioning them either, I am just getting their name out there!)

If you are a photographer and are interested in becoming apart of this network their application is HERE.

                                    photo of my baby sister and her two boys

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