Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Regina - Maternity/Family Session Teasers - San Francisco Bay Area Maternity Photographer

Regina is expecting!!!  When we were approached by Harold and Regina to do her maternity session, they really wanted to incorporate the rest of the kids into the shoot.  This usually is the case, as they are as much part of the pregnancy and the welcoming unit for the newest addition-to-be.  It's such an exciting time for a family, with the upcoming changes ahead for the parents and children, that it's natural for our maternity sessions to be family sessions as well.

Congratulations Regina and Harold!!!  Enjoy the teasers!

Jeff & Marianne  

We took the Yabut family to Coyote Point in San Mateo.  It was pretty sunny that day with a lot of families out having picnics.  We were fortunate to find a spot with hardly anyone around near the marina.

When I first met Harold and Regina, the one thing that really stood out for me was their pronounced love for each other.  It's very apparent but yet intangible - though you can definitely feel it.  

We walk over to this tree, and the next thing you know, Harold Jr. wanted to climb up.  Of course, being the younger brother and sister, Jaden and Leila wanted to follow suit.  As all young boys do, Harold Jr. wanted to keep climbing higher and higher.  Dad almost lost it!

And here's the beautiful Regina.....

So on our way to our cars so that we could switch locations, Harold Sr., Jr., and Jaden saw these posts and decided to do their own version of Karate Kid.  I guess Harold was Mr. Miyagi, just not sure who was Daniel-san lol.  Even Leila got in on the action!

With family shoots, Marianne and I always joke around about the "20 minute" time limit we have with kids.  That's all we have - 20 minutes - after that, they are DONE.  At this point, they needed a break and so we found a play area for them to let loose.  I think Harold needed to let loose too.

When we saw Regina wearing her flowing, white dress, we knew that we had to get some shots of her by the water.  The blueness of the sky, the color of the rocks by the water, made it perfect.

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