I recently photographed Riki's maternity session at a local park in Little Rock. She wanted an outdoors session to take advantage of the warm, evening light. This was our second attempt at the photo session. Out first session was 86d because of severe storms.
I'll be honest: photographing maternity sessions are difficult for me. Not technically speaking, but more on an emotional level. For those of you who know me, you understand why. For those of you who don't...I'll politely end the conversation here.
Another confession: Riki's maternity session is only my second one. Ever. But I am OVERWHELMINGLY excited with the results.
I'm convinced that Riki is a secret super model or has been one in a former life because this gorgeous mom-to-be just knew how to work for the camera. or like many little girls around world, she practiced her "model moves" in the mirror. Riki has such a grace and ease with the camera. She needed little coaching or posing and for the non-professional model, that's very rare.
She showed off the beautiful baby and the camera loved it.
Many of Riki's family and friends reside in Israel so for those who speak Hebrew, this blog post is translated below. I used Google Translate so my apologies if something got lost.
Please enjoy her photos.