Yesterday’s amazing session had me up late thinking about this family, and how Lucy’s first night with her new kin was going. Being an adoption photographer means reliving the days events when you get home. Sorting through the photos, experiencing the joy and pain all over again. It is a wonderful job, and I could wait to complete the second chapter with Lucy and her family the next day.
I met Lucy’s troupe again for their family session in Deoksugung, Seoul. Of the palaces in Seoul, Deoksugung is one of the quieter ones in Seoul, so we agreed to meet there before the crowds came in. Lucy had just woken up and it took a little while to get her interested in what we were doing, but towards the end of the shoot, she let her hair down a little and we had some great fun. Perhaps the most memorable moment for me was watching Lucy clean off Jack’s shorts. Jack has a love for playing in the dirt and getting a little messy, and Lucy loves to keep everything neat and tidy. They’ll make a great pair, to be sure! Thanks again guys, and all the best with everything!
Really great pictures! That is the cutest little darling. I’m sure that family will have a happy future.
I am so happy to see another adoption family photo session! You are amazing at capturing these moments.
Kala, I couldn’t tell you how happy it makes me to be a part of these special days.
I’ve been watching your blog as well. Fantastic to see the little man enjoying himself so much! You all look a lot less drained now as well!
Very emotional and strong work, Dylan. It seems that all involved were very comfortable with your presence as they didn’t spend their time looking at the camera. Rather, their focus was on the family. Well done.
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