I've known Nate and Tiffany for 2 years. When their 3rd girl was born, I had a privilege to shoot a new born shot of her. Now she is 2 years old and she's hilarious (the 3rd from the left).
Tiffany requested to have a session at Henry Ford Museum. I've never been inside, so I was little concerned how it's gonna turn out. But it ended up one of the most beautiful venues I've seen.
When shooting 2 couple moving, it's difficult to capture a perfect moment by one try. So you may have to run a couple drills with them. Make sure they walk slower than usual and fast enough shutter speed that can adjust their change in position.
The chandeliers in the hallway were gorgeous, and natural light coming from big windows was perfect. And the old castle-looking architecture inside was just fun to shoot.
And look at Nate and Tiffany.
They've been married for 8 years and have 4 kids. 4 KIDS. 4 GIRLS. I would have believed if told they just graduated from college.
Life isn't fair. If I (and my future wife) look like these when I (we) have 4 kids, I would be pretty happy.
Meanwhile I'm writing this as I'm watching a Final 4 NCAA basketball tournament game on a comfy chair while eating sushi. I've got some work to do.
What a beautiful family. And these kids are priceless. Literally and figuratively. I'll show you some proof.
They don't care if I'm taking a picture. They never look at the camera.
But in the end, it doesn't even matter. You can't fight with the kids. So if you can't fight their craziness, use it.
All of them can be child models. Seriously their genes are not fair.
Not only they are adorable, they are so sweet and funny. They'll break many hearts when they grow up.
How can we not talk about family when family is all we got??
After all, I'm thankful for friendship with them and had a blast shooting this family.
Many more to come!