Mother & Son. Sometimes Simple Is Better.

Here is one from today’s session.  After photographing the whole family we did some  additional images of different groupings.  I framed this image in camera with the negative space to our left to draw your attention into my subjects.  Something so simple, with zero distractions, sometimes make the best portraits.   Even adding borders, brushes, overlays or anything else would distract from the connection mother and son have in this image.  The moment the shutter released I knew this was the image I wanted to share with you all.  As photographers, we tend to get distracted with new technology, new software  blah blah blah (I am included with these people) and focus more on the gimmicks than we actually do about “photography”.  As my title states “Sometimes Simple Is Better”.  Thanks again Tanya & Jeff for allowing us to photograph your family and latest addition, we look forward to creating more images of your full family this summer.

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6 Responses to “Mother & Son. Sometimes Simple Is Better.”

  1. Jillian Bickle Says:

    Love it James! He just looks so cuddly and cute with mommy. Great pose.
    .-= Jillian Bickle´s last undefined ..If you register your site for free at =-.

  2. Blinn Says:

    I love simple, I think they truely make the best photos. 🙂 Beautiful Hodgy 🙂

  3. Jen Says:

    Great pic James! That’s actually Matt’s cousin (she was pregnant at our wedding) and we haven’t had the chance to meet the little one yet. Very nice!

  4. Rene Skrodzki Says:

    I just received my first canvas, I must say this is a great way to showcase images for clients.
    .-= Rene Skrodzki´s last blog ..Nicole and Ryan ~ Trash The Dress =-.

  5. jameshodgins Says:

    I agree 100% . Can’t wait to see yours Rene.

  6. Ottawa Wedding Photographer Says:

    What a wonderful, intimate newborn portrait.

    I love it.

    LJ

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