Our family portrait sessions are lifestyle, rather than formal. We enjoy capturing moments of your children being playful, interacting with their siblings, and cuddling with you. After taking a few posed photos, we allow your family to have fun while we preserve those authentic smiles that you love so much. The secret ingredient to playfulness is unrehearsed and organic action. It’s about the freezing moment in time through laughter and activities.
Capturing connection and movement creates the candid moments that you are looking for. You and your children will hold hands, hug, and kiss. This movement creates a special rhythm and a dynamic in the photographs which shows your family connection. A family photographer is looking to give you all an activity in order to foster engagement and movement. Be ready to sing, play games, run, jump, or splash. Plan for fun and I will try do my best to capture all these real moments.
Family images make your home feel warm and welcoming. Be greeted each day with the sweet smiles and classic expressions of the people you love most. Create a collection of memories you'll keep forever. When kids see themselves in family photos, it builds their self esteem and fuels their imaginations. Family photo session is an investment in your family that you'll always be grateful you made.
In the digital age, we believe the experience of printed photos plays a vital role in family history. Printed photographs are important. We can hold on them, pass them around, frame them and hang them on a wall. We can make albums to be treasured and looked though by children for years to come. We can't touch a digital file and the truth is we don't know their longevity or if we will even be able to find it a few decades in the future.
Mila Lowe Photography collaborates with a company based in the U.S.A which creates products only for professional photographers. Each item is handmade with close attention to detail using the finest archival materials to ensure a long life.
Their wedding at the Elm Bank in Wellesly was as exquisite as their relationship throughout, and on a clear warm day surrounded by an amazing garden, they were married. Its days and weddings like this that keep my job refreshing and rewarding. I couldn’t ask for a more lovely couple to work with!
The wedding took place at Pond View Farm situated on the shore of the Tisbury Great Pond. This place is the backdrop for many warm memories for Jeff's family, and they couldn't be happier for Ashley and Jeff to get married there.
There are so many days that I count myself blessed to join with people on joyous days and help bring their moments permanence. I certainly was lucky to be a part of Lea and Leif's ceremony in Aquinnah.
The Martha's Vineyard is also very special to them, as PJ has been coming up since Thanksgiving 2012. PJ proposed on the dock off Anna's parents' house on Sengey pond.
Skylar loves the woods as much as Audra loves the water, and these are the main reasons why we scheduled their engagement session at Cedar Tree Neck Sanctuary.
A Mother’s Day Photo Session might be a perfect gift for that special lady in your life. I can’t think of a single mama that wouldn’t want some professional photographs taken with her children.
My primary goal is always to establish trust and connection between the photographed subject and the photographer. I think it's essential and It can be a secret ingredient for beautiful wedding photographs.
It all starts with the question: "Mila, do you have any suggestions for a good location". The answer is yes I do! Location matters, but remember our goal is to make you feel relaxed and have a fun experience during your session.
When you love people and photography, how could you not do family portraits? I would love to share 10 tips to help you prepare for your family portrait session! Let your children have fun, relax, run and be active!
What is lifestyle photography? It's a style that fits comfortably between traditional and documentary photography. In lifestyle photography, you are doing quite a bit of directing, and a bit of posing, but you are going beyond that traditional portrait format by bringing out deep emotion.
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