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May 7, 2015

“Family is not an important thing. It is everything.” (Michael J Fox)

I am not even sure where I should start with this adorable family of four from Newtown. Lots and lots of love going on during this session, that is for sure. We had some laughs down by the Delaware River playing a game of telephone (although if my memory serves me right, I think the kids knew it as “whisper down the lane”). We then found a new spot to take some family portraits and sibling shots, and I swear these two boys couldn’t be any cuter. They seriously have an awesome brother bond and care deeply for each other. It was a blessing for me to watch them interact. I hope I am able to give you a glimpse into their hearts with my photographs!

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During my family sessions, I try and make it a priority to get some photographs of the parents interacting with each sibling separately. I wish I knew what they were talking about!! So sweet!

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And I have to get a portrait of the parents alone…most couples haven’t gotten a professional photograph of themselves since their wedding. I just love this shot of them…so happy and relaxed!

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If you are looking for a Newtown PA family photographer, please click on contact at the top of the page so we can discuss a potential session with me!

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May 5, 2015

“A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.” (Mignon McLaughlin)

 

These two beautiful people are my parents, and I thought to wish them a Happy Anniversary I would shoot a couples session for them. It was towards the end of my Beloved Collective training and needed to practice on a couple anyway! Bucks County has many lovely areas to shoot at, but I thought Washington Crossing Park was a good fit for them (or at least my dad because he loves the history there). During a Beloved Session, I talk to the couple to get them to relax and open up. I have to say it didn’t take long for that to happen…my parents were quite comfortable around me and we were laughing in no time.

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Once I get the couple to relax, I start to invite them to think a little bit more and we get a little deeper into their relationship. This brings even stronger emotions and connections into the photography session. I really enjoyed watching my parents interact this way. They really are great role models for me and my husband.

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I wonder what my mother is wishing for…I hope it comes true! Love you guys to pieces!!

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May 4, 2015

Magnolia

My neighbor’s magnolia tree is losing flowers quickly (we have had quite a few windy days) so I thought I would practice my macro photography to capture its beauty before it is too late. I wish I was able to get some shots of it, but time was running out and I had to get my daughter to school. I did see another beautiful magnolia tree at a friend’s house this weekend, though. I may just have to go spend some time over there practicing!

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April 27, 2015

Bark

Here is another episode of Macro Monday. This was taken in my front yard. I have yet to plant any flowers, so had to figure out what to capture. This tree was calling my name. I still consider myself a newbie when it comes to macro photography, but I do see I am getting better at it. Determining the focus and composition sometimes throws me. And sometimes I have to shove my ISO up so high to get my SS high enough to avoid camera shake. I really like the way this shot came out. Hope you enjoy it too!

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April 11, 2015

“Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.”  (Lao Tzu)

For those of you that keep up with me on Facebook, you may recall that I am embarking on a new adventure and taking a photography class that teaches one how to utilize the Beloved technique for capturing our life moments. There are so many ways to describe what this technique is, but for this session, I think Beloved is an experience of the heart that gives truth a voice, gives relationships strength, gives love light. I had so much fun with this momma and her two children and it was really just a big play date with some tender moments mixed in.beloved technique with beth alon photographyPINIMAGE

 

Towards the end of the shoot, I had asked mom to share with each of her children some of her proudest moments and why she loves them so much. Then asked each child to pretend they had a super power…that their hugs and kisses were so powerful that they could make all of mom’s worries go away. She got some amazing hugs from that!

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If you are interested in a Beloved Experience, which another photographer describes as “When you forget what really matters in life, Beloved is the reminder. The door to the heart of you that invites your inner child to come along and play. It’s the warm hug on a cold day. Its the inside joke. It’s show and tell. It’s the map to your true self, a reason to trust” please contact me using my contact page at the top of the screen!

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