After a chance encounter at a red light on PCH, with a brief glance at Offer Up, this 1970’s bus came into the family! Known this family when there were just two, now 4, well no 5 with Polly the Pug (who couldn’t make the ride due to car anxiety). #legacyfamily
Looking to shoot more about what your family does. This family loves the beach, and goes surfing nearly every weekend. Mom roller skates. We woke up before the sun to get to the beach before the crowds and loved the overcast fog for some moody monochrome images. I brought along my underwater camera housing and dove in the ocean for some surfing action shots, Luckily there are no action shots of me getting pitted.
600 Legos, building 1 to 2 hours a day for just under a month, Emma recreates the Photo Studio. Inspired by her grandparent’s 50th anniversary photoshoot in the studio, Emma designed and built the entire studio out of Legos. She even printed out the photographs on the walls, and of course the giant painting of Ryan Gosling. We sat down for an interview check it out! Watch the extended interview below
Come Play In The Blooms We have access to a private bloom, no crowds, no trespassing, able to have all the fun we want. If you missed updating your family portrait last year, or have always wanted to get photos when the flowers bloom in the Spring, Come play with me in Central CA. It only takes 15 hours by car, just kidding more like 5 ish; ROAD TRIP! There is a Hampton Inn hotel 10 minutes from the property: […]
A cape, and some serious superhero moves, this photoshoot in the new home backyard was fun! After photographing their engagement session at the Viceroy in Santa Monica, and wedding in Laguna Beach, I had the honor to photograph their growing family.
It was 48 Degrees, with hi winds and it was amoshing ( the kids fashion photographer speak version of “amazing”). I Have know the Semitsu’s for quite some time now. Engagement, wedding, maternity, family, and now visited on family Vacation! #LegacyFamily # Legacyfamily
Different. Let yourself be open to move, to create, to move away from what you see everyday in family photos. To Laugh, to experience, and to remember that experincce with the photos. I am so lucky to have clients that break away from the mold, who want photos that are not like their friends, thank you for loving the different.
While wearing the exact Kimono she wore for her wedding, Sunai showed up to the set like a boss. Bob also brought his a game in a rented white tux. Bob and Sunai were married 50 years ago, and their daughters wanted to give them a photo gift for their anniversary, and try to recreate images they shot in the studio. We shot some 4×5 film portraits, here are the proof sheets, and printing video.
“You’re the best Nicole, we absolutely love working with you.” – Nayeli I LOVE a classic portrait in the studio, simple, no props, well one prop, The bubble machine. It seems more fun for the parents than the kiddos, or perhaps I have the most fun, but the point is, it’s fun. I want the experience to be fun, so when you look back on the photos, you remember that time with your family, how FUN it was.