For me, family photography is all about capturing the best of every moment we are offered. Every child, just like every adult, is different. Some are extremely outgoing and we hit the ground running. Others need some time. Some are all smiles, while others are more serious or expressive in their own ways. Hannah was all of these and more, making for a wonderfully varied session.
We got together in the late afternoon at Changgyeonggung and spent an hour together in the warm light. Hannah’s personality shone through in all of its facets as we continued our session. From timid smiles in the beginning to all out laughter later on. Her curiosity had her looking around every corner, and her energy had us chasing her. Stealing dad’s glasses was a favourite activity, as well, which made for some very representative photographs.
As Hannah’s father, Rohan, was born in Korea, it was wonderful to be able to capture him with his family under the beauty of Korea’s traditional architecture. During the months of March, April, September, and October, we get the perfect combination of warm weather and palace opening hours. In the late afternoon of a bright sunny day like this one, the colours of the palace come alive and make for absolutely beautiful images. We could not have had a better day for this session.
Thank you again to Jennifer, Rohan, and Hannah for making this such a special afternoon.
Looking to have your own family session during a trip to Korea? Please get in touch. I’d love to work with you!