Here are some photos captured of the little and tiny Baby Aleya just a month of her being born into this world. I used more of a natural lighting technique to get warm and natural skin tones on the photos. These newborn photos were photographed at Shalin & Azidi’s beautiful home in Mutiara Damansara. I guess I have to give google a big hug for channeling them to me as Aleya is such a doll!
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Here are some details about my next promotion which is for newborns, babies and family portrait session in Malaysia.
Bookings must be made latest by 31st December 2011, but the sessions can be held in 2012. You may also opt to purchase these sessions as a gift for someone else. Please enquire for further gift-cards details.
Newborn Portraiture (Prices start from RM350*). Package includes:
- Up to 1.5 hours indoor portrait shoot with props
- Digital images will be provided on CD in hi-res format (minimum 20 pcs)
- All images will be digitally enhanced
- FREE Personalised 2012 Calendar worth RM150
- FREE Consultation on newborn photography concept, props & accessories.
Babies, Children & Family Portraiture (Prices start from RM500*). Package includes:
- Up to 1.5 hours of either indoor or outdoor portrait shoot with props
- Digital images will be provided on CD in hi-res format (minimum 40 pcs)
- All images will be digitally enhanced
- FREE 20 page hardcover coffee table style album (6" x 8") worth RM300
- FREE Consultation on photography concept, prop & clothes ideas, theme, accessories
*Terms & Conditions
• Price applicable to Klang Valley only
• Payment to be made upfront to secure reservation
• Promo is valid for portraits booked before 31st December 2011 (sessions can be for 2012)
• CD and products will be made available within 4-6 weeks of the photo session
• Copyright reserved for all photographic work, including the right to republish photographs in any manner and medium.
It is recommended to book as far in advance as possible in order to reserve your preferred date, especially for weekends. For newborn sessions it is recommended to confirm our dates while you are still pregnant. Busiest periods are during the months from November to January. For more information, please call +(6)012-2820973 or email email@example.com
I love taking baby photographs which encapsulate those many precious fleeting moments of young life. Over the first few months their character shines through more, as they grow and mature and learn to crawl, walk and talk and so on. That being said, it is at their newborn stage when they are at their most delicate, with their ever so cute tiny hands and feet, fingers and toes. An ideal time to photograph newborns is within the first week or two as they tend to sleep more, making their body easier to sculpt into various positions.
Ok let me introduce you to newborn baby Gabriella, the pride and joy of parents Josephine and Stephen. Here are some sneak preview images of the little angel who was just one week old at the time, and is of mixed parentage – Sinhalese and Scottish.
I like using natural light as it brings out the beautiful natural skin tone of the baby
I recently photographed a newborn portrait session of fourteen day old Fatma Zulaiqa at her aunt’s home in Taman Rasnah, Klang. This little angel quite literally slept like a baby throughout the shoot, bless her.
Here are some preview images of Fatma, do enjoy viewing them.
I’m really blessed to be doing what I love most! To be able to capture and document important events in people’s lives such as weddings, birth of a baby and so on. If you have been following my blog, you may have read some of my previous postings of Salina and Rajindren with photos from their wedding to Salina’s bangle wearing ceremony. I’m honoured to photograph another cherished moment for them, this time the arrival of their precious baby boy.
Arya meaning “great” was born on Valentine’s day and these tender photos of him was captured within a month of his birth. I will be taking additional portraits with him from now until he turns a year old, documenting his growth and development. Children usually cannot remember the first few years of their lives hence it’s beneficial to photograph their defining moments for them to look back on when they are all grown up. I’m sure they will thank you for it.
Do enjoy these images of baby Arya which were captured at his home in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
To view more photos of this event, head to Baby Arya’s Portrait Session Gallery
An angel sent from above
Of late I’ve been photographing quite a number of newborn baby portraits and do find them most satisfying. Taking newborn photos can require a ton of patience as babies only work to their own schedule, but they always appear so photogenic, resulting in beautiful angelic images that warm the heart.
Here is a recent photo session I took for an old college friend of mine Nasta, of her newborn baby boy Ahbhishek. Born on 11th February, this adorable little Valentino is sure going to be a heart breaker when he grows up. Such a cute little baby boy who just turned a month old. Hope you enjoy viewing the photos.
Babies are simply adorable don’t you think? Especially when they are at that young and tender age. It’s good for parents to capture those precious memories of a baby’s early years as the moments do pass by so incredibly quickly. Here are some images from a recent portrait photography session I took in celebration of four month old Baby Rohit. The shots were taken indoor at their residence at Subang Jaya.
Joining his parents, Shawn and Karmini for the session were his Grandma Sally and Uncle Taro who flew down from USA.
To view more photos of this event, head to Baby Rohit Portrait Session Gallery.
Here are some photos taken of baby Jeremiah’s baptism taken on 19th December 2010 at Assumption Church in Petaling Jaya. Jeremiah was among several babies being baptised by the parish priest, Rev. Fr. Phillips Muthu.
If you’re wondering what baptism is all about, it is a Christian ritual to signify the acceptance of or by a person into the Christian faith. In the case of Catholics such as baby Jeremiah, baptism is one of the seven sacraments, the others being Eucharist, Reconciliation, Confirmation, Marriage, Holy Orders and Anointing of the Sick. The rite of baptism generally involves a blessing with water presided over by a priest in front of a congregation of the church. It is also a tradition during baptism for the parents to choose a Godmother and Godfather to guide the child in the faith as they grow.
Jeremiah was such a darling through-out the day and so well-behaved. Hope you enjoy the photos taken of his special day.
With 2010 rapidly drawing to a close and a new year just around the corner, I will be offering a choice of three affordable packages to parents interested in baby portrait photography. As almost every parent will notice, children do grow up in what seems like the blink of an eye. A portrait photography session is an ideal way of capturing those precious stages of childhood, and provides a lasting memento which can be enjoyed by parent and child alike for many years to come.
A new option available for my baby portrait photography sessions is a mobile home studio. The concept is straightforward – for parents of young or newborn babies, even the simplest of journeys can turn into quite the logistical operation, with all the support gear required for feeding, cleaning, clothing, and keeping the little one entertained. My mobile home studio solution brings the studio to your home, so you can sit back and relax and enjoy a stress-free photoshoot.
So let’s celebrate life, love, the joy of parenthood, and the wonder of childhood, with a choice of portrait packages to suit a variety of budgets. Tailor made packages are also available on request – just send me a message with your own specific requirements.
For further details and to check availability feel free to contact me via my enquiry form or email me.
It’s precisely two months since the birth of my daughter Madeline, and a lot has changed in such a short amount of time. Most of you who follow my blog would know how much I enjoy taking portrait photos. I’m especially blessed that I have the opportunity to photograph my own child. Though she is still so new to the world she is already helping me develop my experience of photographing a newborn and helping me to understand how to achieve the shot I want. Baby photography has one thing in common with wildlife photography – the key to success is patience, and lots of it!
Baby Madeline has grown from a tiny delicate baby to a robust and energetic two month old in what feels like the blink of an eye. She’s growing fast and her personality is already showing through, with her facial expressions changing by the day. Her vision and focusing is also developing rapidly, and she can already identify people, colours, cartoon drawings and so on.
From what I’ve experienced so far, it’s certainly true what they say, that children grow up so incredibly fast. For this reason I like to photograph my child on a regular basis so any time I want to reminisce over those cherished moments I browse my photo albums and unlock the memories. If you have a special occasion with your baby that you want to cherish then I would highly recommend considering a professional photographer to capture the moment, as even the most cherished memories fade over time, but a good photograph keeps those essential moments fresh in the mind. But I would say that, being in the industry, so enough of the sales spiel already.
On a more personal note, motherhood brings with it feelings of indescribable joy. Ok granted, included with the package is a plentiful supply of sleep deprivation, endless nappy changing, relentless crying and so on, but nonetheless there’s no other feeling of contentment that can compare… I would not trade it for anything!
In celebration of my little tiger cub’s two month birthday, here are a few of my favourite shots of her ranging from a few hours after she was born, up until now.
Baby just a few hours after she was born