Welcome to my blog. My name is Krishna and I'm a photographer based in West Vancouver, BC, Canada. Here on my blog you can follow along with some of my recent photography sessions. Thanks for visiting.
This is the second part and post from a session I did back on Halloween of last year. (Yes, I'm still behind on posting some of my favourite sessions from 2015). It was such fun to hang out with this family for a couple of hours and to capture the excitement and preparation for Trick or Treating. This photojournalist style session can be done at a special occasion, to capture a family tradition or even just to record a few hours of your daily life with kids. The images become more meaningful as time passes and are so special to look back on, especially as your children grow. If you would like to find out more about a Lifestyle Session, please give me a call.
I'm still catching up on blog posts from some of my favourite sessions from last year. Blogging is hard….sigh.
Photographing this family on the other hand was not hard. Such a great family and it's always fun to have the challenge of capturing a toddler and a newborn together. This was my second session with them and I look forward to seeing them.
Here are some of my favourites from their session.
Are you or someone you know hosting a pre-banquet graduation event? I'm now taking bookings for the 2016 Graduation season. I'll capture the graduates with their families and friends so you can put your camera down and enjoy this wonderful occasion. I only book one session per school so spaces fill quickly. Please contact me at 604-916-2929 or email@example.com to book your session.
It's not very often that four generations of family are in a room together and I felt honoured and privileged to photograph this family and their relatives during a holiday season visit from England. Dogs included of course, it was an afternoon of smiles and laughter. The session ended with some documentary style images of a visit over tea and cake and a family game. Here are a few of my favourites.
This beautiful 10 day old baby boy just did not want to sleep for his portrait session. He stayed awake and alert for hours, and even though we got some beautiful awake photographs of him, we persisted and finally at the end of the session I got some sleeping ones as well. I've recently posted an information page on my website to help prepare parents for their newborn photo session, so if you are expecting a baby or know someone that is, please feel free to send them this link. http://www.krishnaneale.com/faq-newborn-session
I've known this kind and generous family for many years, our children went to the same elementary school but now that they are older and I don't see them as often, it was extra special to spend an hour with them over the holidays photographing their family (including the four legged members) in their home. The small dog is a newly adopted addition to their family and in my opinion any addition of a new family member, absolutely warrants a family photo session. I'm finding more and more that I am drawn to the candid natural family shots, the real ones, the ones that show some emotion, some personality or that captures a glimpse into their life. So here are a few of my favourites from their session.
This little man had some serious focus and determination while working on this pumpkin before he went out for Trick or Treating with his family.
I still have space available for holiday portraits and you'll have beautiful photographs in time to share with family and friends. I've created new photography packages and the details can be found on my website under the Information and Pricing tab. You'll also find a couple of new documents full of answers to FAQ's which will help you prepare for you session and know what to expect.
Baby's first Christmas makes for a perfect holiday themed session and a beautiful keepsake. It also makes a perfect gift for grandparents.
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It was a one of those special sunny days at the start of fall when I had the pleasure of photographing this beautiful family. I know the parents but I had never met the children until this day and you would never have known it, because they reacted to me like I was an old friend. Everyone was so relaxed and I think it shows in the photographs. I love doing sessions in and around a clients home because the images become more personal and I can capture awesome moments like a family dance party which they did at the end of this session. I had a really tough time narrowing down my favourite photos and I've tried to set a goal to display just one or two images from each session, but I'm failing miserably.
On that note, I've decided to restructure my pricing so that most of my packages now include all of the digital files. I know how difficult it can be to choose, so this way no photos get left behind and all the time and work I put into editing the images for the gallery, doesn't feel lost. I've also come to realize that as my children grow, the photos that I loved the most at the time, are often different to ones I love now when I look back. Images can resonate differently as time passes so I want my clients to have all the images from their session. You can find my new pricing on my website under the information tab. I've also created some FAQ documents to help prepare and get the most out of your session.
While visiting family and friends in Australia recently, I did a photography session with a very special friend and her fur baby, Coco. She is a bit of a princess, so I got her a little bling to wear for the shoot. A few of my favourites.
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