Bring to Light Photography Blog » Boston Baby and Child Photographer Taslim Sidi

I photographed this little guy, Gavin, back in March and he was such a sweetie pie and a great sleeper. Mom and Dad were absolutely smitten with their new baby boy, and I’m sure you can see why – look at those cheeks! As with all my newborn portrait sessions I traveled to their home and got to work capturing a variety of looks for them to remember the first few days of Gavin’s life. As much as I love working with the baby alone, I always make sure to create portraits of parents cradling their new baby, and snuggling with their newborn – they will never be this small again or fit into your hands so perfectly! Greg and JeeYoung wanted a portrait of Gavin with his eyes open, which can be challenging at this young age because it is hard for newborns to focus their eyes. Of course I had to try. At the end of the session they gently woke Gavin up from his nap and I got this shot – look at those eyes staring right at me! :) Thank you Greg & JeeYoung for trusting me to create these portraits of Gavin as an infant, I look forward to visiting again!

Interested in booking a newborn session with Bring to Light Photography? The best time to schedule a session is while you are still pregnant, so we can guarantee  a place on our calendar. The newborn babies you see on the blog and on my site are captured within the first 10 days of life for those sleepy and snuggly images that you have come to know and love. I look forward to meeting your little one!



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Its that time of year again, kids of all ages are gleefully anticipating the end of the school year and seniors are anxiously awaiting graduation. Sometime this Summer the Class of 2013 (!) will be scheduling their senior portrait session, to make it in time for the yearbook deadlines early in the year. I remember working on the yearbook in high school and it really does take time to compile all those faces and names – so Boston area seniors – be sure to schedule early!

I’ll be sharing a few sessions from seniors I photographed last summer that I didn’t get a chance to spotlight on the blog – and they’ll all be graduating this year! Congratulations Class of 2012!

Meet Lauren. Isn’t she beautiful? We started off at the house (while I helped her load quite a few outfits into the car!) and then traveled around town a bit looking for cool textures and places. Lauren was so adventurous climbing in her heels! Then we ended up at a beautiful farm and I was in heaven with all the location choices on the property.

I love working with bright colors, fun accessories, and different outfits to totally customize the look of your portraits to make them truly ‘you’!


Thanks Lauren for a fun senior session – Happy Graduation!

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Its about time I shared these images of Elizabeth and her hubby Nick on the blog because I am about to visit them again tomorrow for a newborn session! Rewind to last month, I visited them at home in Wellsley for pregnancy portraits on location. We started off with some of my signature black & white maternity images – I love Nick’s smile in the belly shot!

The exchange here went something like this… me: Nick, why don’t you maybe kiss the baby, just a little softer.. Elizabeth: Nick, just ‘don’t make out with the belly’. Instant laughter, love that.

And Elizabeth was stunning with that beautiful pregnancy glow.

These photos capture the excitement of waiting for their first little one- and I’m so glad I had the chance to photograph a few images in the nursery because those images are some of my favorites. How adorable is that stuffed giraffe?? Elizabeth picked out ‘Goodnight Moon’ and we got some captures in the rocker where she is sure to log many hours snuggling and reading with her new little boy (plus balancing the book on the bump is just too cute!).

Elizabeth & Nick, thanks for being so awesome and I can’t wait to meet Adam tomorrow :)

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