Photo credit: Jordan Burch Photography
Do you love getting pictures done of your baby? your family? your self, perhaps? Do you love Chloe Colleen Photography?
Would you love a free gift certificate for a full session with Chloe? If you’ve answered yes, yes, and yes – here’s your chance!
This isn’t a photo contest, or a “you have to like my FB page to be apart of this contest”, this isn’t even a contest! It’s a drawing.
To enter my giveaway you must do two very simple things :
1. share this blog post or my FB page
2.comment on this post with your first & last name
Pretty simple right?! I think so too! On Monday night (12/8) I will use
to choose a random name from all who entered and shared, which ever name it pulls will receive a gift certificate for a full 1 hour session, 12 digital downloads + print rights from Chloe Colleen Photography ©
Whoever is gifted with the certificate must use it with in Jan 1st 2015 – Dec 31st 2015
This workshop was an absolutely amazing experience and I am so stoked to share this blog post with you guys! From meeting THE Rachel Vanoven, & all the sweet & talented girls, to learning new techniques while soothing & posing the babies. It was all everything I expected and a whole lot more. Rachel is the most down to earth, crazy, baby whispering genius I have ever met & that is exactly why I consider her my idol when it comes to my passion, newborn photography.
Newborn photography has gotten so big with in the last several years, which is so awesome but oh so scary at the same time! Often you see photos on the web of newer photographers who do not have much experience with newborns doing really scary poses with no assistance, and it’s not ok. I wish that more “newbie” newborn photographers attended workshops like Rachel’s where SAFETY IS ALWAYS FIRST. No picture is ever worth putting a baby in harm, no picture. Rachel always made sure the babies were constantly content, happy, & safe!
The first day, we watched Rachel work her magic, took shots of our own for her advice, & watched as she did some editing. The second day we all got to choose a pose to work on, where Rachel would pose the baby and then take the baby out of the pose for you to put the baby right back in the same pose, the safe and right way. I chose the “womb” pose. Still styled, (like all of the other setups) by Rachel This is the only baby I actually posed.
My womb pose has definitely improved since attending the workshop, Thank you Rachel!
During the workshop I snapped a few behind the scene pictures on top of the posed shots, Enjoy!
Yep, it was a pretty good time, even with the poo! We made some great memories & learned some awesome stuff. I can’t thank you enough Rachel, for the opportunity of allowing us in to your studio & learning from you! xo
PS- thanks again for my stupid pickles & olives, I’m forever grateful.