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A picnic in Frick Park | Pittsburgh Family Photography

Mom, can we leave dad at the park and go home, Eliot said. He had just woken up from his afternoon nap, and he wasn't too sure about having his picture taken by the stranger he had just met. I've known Simon and Melanie for years, but this was the first time we had gotten together for a family portrait session. Once we started running down the trails in Frick Park, digging dirt, exploring a hidden tepee that someone had built of fallen trees, setting up a picnic, and watching the setting sun eating animal crackers, Eliot and I were best friends. Here are a few favorites from their session, and I look forward to our upcoming play date with Alice. Pittsburgh Family Photographer

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The Babichenko Family | Pittsburgh Family Photographer

A few weeks ago my friend Dmitriy asked if I could photograph his family. You see... he is a professional photographer as well... so  naturally he is always behind the camera. It was so much fun, and an absolute honor to capture these family photos for them. The energy, the chubby cheeks, and the multitude of genuine expressions makes me so happy. I hope they make you smile as well. To see their complete session slideshow... scroll to the bottom of this post.

Lately I have grown really fond of creating slideshows. When you combine photos with the right music the session comes alive. Enjoy!

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Yash + Vir | Pittsburgh Childrens Photography

Today I'd like to share a few highlights from a session I did with Yash and his younger brother Vir, when we visited our friends Salony and Gaurang for some home-made indian BBQ (Yum!!!). Yash and his dad had gone to a Steelers game earlier that day. To be on the safe side, in case they got lost from each other, Gaurang had put his business card in Yash's pocket. What really cracked me up was when Yash pulled out the card, and wanted a picture with it. Vir's expression is priceless! Since it was October, Yash taught me some Halloween-related sign language that he had learned in school. I now know the sign for ghost, and witch. :) Pittsburgh Childrens Photography | Yash + VirPittsburgh Childrens Photography | Yash + VirPittsburgh Childrens Photography | Yash + VirPittsburgh Childrens PhotographyPittsburgh Childrens Photography | Yash + VirPittsburgh Childrens Photography | Yash + VirPittsburgh Childrens Photography | Yash + VirPittsburgh Childrens Photography | Yash + VirPittsburgh Childrens Photography | Yash + VirPittsburgh Childrens Photography | Yash + VirPittsburgh Childrens Photography | Yash + Vir

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