Highlights from Jane Goodrich Photography professional children’s photography sessions in my newly expanded Larchmont, NY studio and on location in Westchester, Mamaroneck, Scarsdale, Bronxville, Purchase, Pelham, Pelham Manor, Rye, Rye Neck, Rye Brook, Harrison, and White Plains, NY.
Children are so fun, yet can be so complicated to photograph. They can be very into having their photo taken or become bored and want to go play. When you are looking to book a professional photography session to capture a milestone in your child’s life, you want someone who knows and understands this and has a way with kids. Jane Goodrich has a natural connection with children and babies. She will use her artful eye and aesthetic intuition to capture even the quickest of perfect moments/poses and turn them into art that will last forever. You will be surprised at how she is able to get smiles and giggles for joyous pictures as well as serious and deep introspective shots. She has a way of making playful moments in time stand still to convey your child’s personality through pictures.
Jane has a talent for capturing the perfect shot, while making a photo session fun. Photos of your precious child can be captured using our light-filled Larchmont New York photo studio, or on location anywhere in and around Westchester, Mamaroneck, Scarsdale, Bronxville, Purchase, Pelham, Pelham Manor, Rye, Rye Neck, Rye Brook, and White Plains, New York. We also offer in home sessions to capture everyday life as it is right now.
Jane will create a smooth as possible photoshoot with your child or children to capture a special moment in their life, and you will want to book again with her year after year to capture every stage and every age as your child(ren) grow.
It is best to book your photo session several months in advance as the schedule fills up very quickly. For more information on photo shoots please look through the portfolio, check out our investment page, and contact us right away to book your child’s session.
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