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p52.2 framed: playing with composition [classic portraiture no. 1]

In my not-so-spare time I am a Brooklyn-based child and family photographer. I am not taking many sessions these days, so’s we can fill up our weekends playing house hunters in Bed Stuy and Crown Heights (we are on the prowl to move this summer).  But on the rare occasion that I do take a session, it is always a fun and rewarding experience.

I recently photographed an adorable Park Slope family on a sublime Sunday morning in and around Prospect Park. This fetching little red-haired girl pretty much stole my heart. I am not sure if it’s the pony tails, the mis-matched barretts or that amazing tooth-less grin, but as you can see, she is a human sparkler.


Happy little girl with missing her front tooth

[Note: This post is part of a year-long collaborative photography project dedicated to the exploration of creative composition. This week’s exploration is devoted to classic portraiture and headshots. To see the rest of the images from my fellow participants and to learn more about this project, please go to our collective website, Who We Become.]


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