The very first moment that you lay eyes on your brand new puppy is one of the best, most rewarding feelings in the entire world. If you’ve been a dog owner for a long time, then you’ll know that they don’t get much cuter than their first few months. Dogs can grow quickly and, in the blink of an eye, they’ll be full-sized. That’s why it’s essential to have a puppy photography session as a way to display their youth in all its glory.
It’s getting to be that time of year where it seems like there’s a holiday just about every week. With family and friends reconvening for these special occasions, there really is no better time of year to get a jumpstart on all those holiday cards. Christmas and Hanukkah will be here before you know it!
In the midst of September, it may be a difficult to say goodbye to summer and hello to fall. Sure, sun and warmth are great, but we’re heading into one of the best times of the year for seasonal photography. Between the fall foliage and upcoming snows of winter, Long Island is home to plenty of gorgeous landscapes that are ideal for seasonal portrait sessions. Check out some of these ideas that would make for excellent portraits.
One of the simple, unexpected perks of having a newborn is the inevitable baby portraits that capture your little angel in all of their precious, miniature glory. Aside from the obvious joy of having portraits that you can cherish forever, you will also be rewarded by the satisfaction you’ll get when showing them off to coworkers, friends, and family. However, there’ll be nothing to show if your little one spends the whole time crying. To help you avoid any unrest, we’ve compiled some of our proven methods for preventing tears altogether.
Anytime that you’re working with animals, there’s going to be growing pains and snags along the way. Your pets, no matter how well-behaved they might be, aren’t always accustomed to the lighting and procedures involved with photography. They might become frightened or a little shy. But when you’ve been in the business as long as we have, you learn a thing or two along the way. So, make sure you check out these tips for successful pet portraits.
Taken at Chelsea Mansion in Muttontown
The great thing about living on Long Island is that, no matter where you are, you’re going to be surrounded by lush foliage, rolling green hills, and pristine coastlines. Everywhere on Long Island boasts uniquely gorgeous landscapes, neighborhoods, and towns. Whether you have lived here your entire life or have come to call it home, our landscapes are the very definition of picturesque. Take advantage of your surroundings and have yourself a Long Island photography session to showcase some of your favorite spots.
Before you can enjoy the blessing of motherhood, there of course comes pregnancy. This is a special time in any mother’s life. You grow along with the baby and anxiously await their arrival into this world. All moms should be documenting this life-changing experience for all of its emotional passion and beauty. Celebrate the evolution and growth of your family with a maternity portrait session where the main subject is you and your precious little cargo.
A girls night out has become a tradition recognized by women everywhere as a way to celebrate friendship by getting together and just having a good time. Some of the most memorable nights of your life have been spent with these ladies, so why not capture these moments and make them last forever? Next time everyone meets up for a girls night out, make sure you take the necessary steps for documenting all of those special memories by arranging for a portrait session.
In many homes, a pet is just a four-legged extension of the family. One of the more popular ways that families nowadays choose to showcase their adored pets is with professional pet photography. Each portrait is taken with the intention of creating lasting memories that your family will be able to cherish for many years to come. The beauty of a portrait session is to capture the true nature of your pet that makes them so unique and special to you.