Temecula Family Photographer | Family Photography https://www.amyboydphotography.com Amy Boyd is a Temecula Family Photographer documenting the magic in every day moments & allowing personalities to shine | Temecula Family Photography Sat, 12 Jun 2021 18:03:57 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=6.1.1 https://www.amyboydphotography.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/cropped-Amy-Boyd-Logo-Blue-32x32.png Temecula Family Photographer | Family Photography https://www.amyboydphotography.com 32 32 Must-Have Summer Pictures https://www.amyboydphotography.com/2021/06/12/must-have-summer-pictures/ https://www.amyboydphotography.com/2021/06/12/must-have-summer-pictures/#respond Sat, 12 Jun 2021 18:03:57 +0000 https://www.amyboydphotography.com/?p=3427 Nothing screams childhood like summer. Here are some of my favorite shots to capture of your kids this summer!

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“Summertime is always the best of what might be.” – Charles Bowden

Nothing screams childhood like summer. Do you remember the excitement of that final day of school before the break? The anticipation as you watched the clock bring you closer and closer to freedom? There’s hardly anything more exciting in the life of a child than summer and all the fun that it brings. It is my absolute favorite time of the year to take pictures of my own daughter and to freeze those little moments in time. After all, we only get 18 summers with our children! 

Here are some of the shots you should capture of your kids this summer:

  • Sun, sand, and waves
  • Eating the food 
  • Playing with bubbles
  • The backyard 
  • Playing in the pool 
  • Underwater 
  • Bare feet
  • Flying a kite
  • Running in the sprinkler
  • Fourth of July parties

Check out the gallery of some of my favorite summertime shots! And if you aren’t content with your cell phone pictures to capture this special time, contact me to set up a fun family session – we can even go underwater!

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If you’re in the market for family photography, you may have seen these words to describe sessions. But what exactly is the difference, and which one is right for you?

Technically speaking, there are defined rules to documentary photography (unlike lifestyle). Documentary photography refers to photos where the photographer does not interfere at all. This is “fly on the wall” photography, where the photographer sits back, observes, and photographs your family without interrupting or altering the scene. While documentary photographs are still edited, the goal is to leave the scene as close to real life as possible. Documentary sessions are incredibly easy and casual; you don’t have to dress up, you don’t have to worry about your kids cooperating, and you receive photographs of your family that are incredibly genuine and authentic memories. While these sessions are often in your home, they don’t have to be! I can tag along to the park, the beach, your favorite ice cream shop, etc.

Lifestyle photography, on the other hand, is a more “dressed up” version of documentary photography. There aren’t strict rules, but there is less posing, directing, and staging of scenes than in traditional portrait (“everyone look at me and smile!”) photography. During lifestyle sessions, you may be “prompted” into an interaction, such as to hold your child and sway. While you were directed what to do, the moments and interactions are still real and genuine. A lifestyle photoshoot is more controlled than a documentary session, but the photos still elicit real emotions and connection.

Let’s dive in to what a documentary session looks like, and some of the frequent concerns I hear from people who are thinking about trying it.

   

 

   

 

Why might I want a documentary session?

While I love shooting all kinds of family sessions, it’s no secret that documentary has my heart. I’m a sentimental mom. I get emotional about milestones, I cry just thinking about sending my baby off to school, and I cherish our family memories and photographs.

If you’re like me – you get emotional about kids growing up too fast – you might want a documentary session. If you are looking for something a little more REAL than your traditional session, something that really documents your life as it is right in this very moment – documentary is a great choice. A documentary family session is about the real, honest details of your every day life. Let’s face it – someday these days will be hard to remember. The days can feel so long while we’re living them, and yet we look back and they’ve passed in the blink of an eye. If you want to hold onto that, to have those photos and those stories to remember – documentary is for you.

Why might I want lifestyle instead?

If you like to dress up, plan special outfits, and find a beautiful location, lifestyle is the way to go. If you feel like you couldn’t relax and be yourself in front of the camera and want more direction and prompting, you’ll be much happier with a lifestyle session!

What if I’m interested, but I’m nervous about photographing my family’s not so pretty moments?

Your toddler will probably have a tantrum. You might lose your cool. Your kids might fight and cry. That is 100% okay. The thing is, while you might be embarrassed about that, or worried that you won’t get great photos, this is just part of life. These moments can be just as beautiful as the happy ones – sometimes more so. Have you ever had the chance to see yourself while you’re comforting your child? It’s such a powerful, beautiful thing, the way you instinctively care for them, the way their little fingers curl around your arm or they lay their head on your shoulder. This is when it all gets real. This is your life – it’s sometimes messy and chaotic and loud and someday you’re going to miss it. So I will photograph those moments, and you may be surprised by how much you love seeing those little details that make up your day to day life.

My house is WAY too messy to have a photographer in my house!

I will send you some photos of my house. My daughter is a human hurricane, and I have surrendered myself to this lest I lose my mind. Of course, you’re welcome to clean and tidy up before your session if that’s what you prefer! But a mess is okay. A mess is real. The mess shows the little details of your life, like your kid’s favorite stuffed animal or the book they’ve made you read them 100 times.

What do we actually DO during a session?

Whatever you want! Depending on the length of the session, I recommend having a couple of simple activities planned. There is no need to make it complicated – it should be something your family would usually do together. Great activities are reading books with your kids, picking fruit, cooking, playing in the backyard – regular, simple moments that make up your family’s routine.

There might be some downtime during your session. Children napping, playing in different rooms – that’s perfectly fine. I’ll document those moments, too.

 

   

How do I get my family to act natural with a photographer hanging around?

It may take your kids a little time to warm up, but they usually start to ignore the camera and be themselves pretty early on. Truthfully, it MAY feel awkward at first having me there taking photos. We can make it a little easier by chatting before your session, so I’m not a total stranger, and I promise it gets easier as you relax and go about your life.

What do I do with the pictures after?

You are still going to have wall quality art to print, and pictures from a documentary session are wonderful to display in your home, to show your children how much they are loved and how special your unique family is. Since these photos document your real life, I find they are also wonderful for creating photo books and memory boxes. After your session, I am happy to guide you through ideas for displaying and preserving your photos.

   

 

Are you ready to do this? I’d love to chat with you and begin planning your best photo session ever! Click here to get started.

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Beach sessions forever have my heart. If you want photos of pure joy, throw your kids in the car and let them get wet, sandy, and wild at the beach! Nothing brings out joy and laughter in a child like an evening of playing in the waves. We lucked out with a beautiful warm, golden evening in La Jolla for this session, and between the perfect weather and the beautiful styling of this family, this session was a dream to shoot.

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Pregnancy is a confusing, beautiful, raw, magical time in your life. Your journey to motherhood is unique to you and you alone, and it is a time worth documenting in an honest, powerful way. My approach to maternity photography is one of connection. I want your session to be easy, comfortable, and full of quiet moments celebrating you and the new life you are creating. For the most memorable, meaningful session, consider these tips:

1. Timing Your Shoot

I recommend scheduling your session for between 28 and 32 weeks of pregnancy. This is when you have an adorable baby bump, but you’re still comfortable moving and posing. If you are expecting multiples, you may want to schedule a bit earlier.

2. Styling Your Bump

The clothing you choose has a huge impact on the feel of the photos you receive. While traditional maternity wear is often stretchy and form-fitting, my favorite style for maternity photography is long, flowing, textured dresses. Not only are flowing, layered dresses more forgiving and comfortable, they also add a dreamy, romantic feel to your session. Details and layers can provide interest and movement in your photos, giving them that wow factor that you will cherish for years to come. To make choosing your wardrobe easier, I offer all my clients free access to my client closet of personally curated dresses.

3. Pamper Yourself

Let’s face it, being pregnant isn’t always glamorous. You may not be feeling like a glowing goddess, but I promise, you truly are! Consider having your hair and makeup professionally done, have a spa day, and just relax prior to your session. I want your session to be effortless, and hiring someone for hair and makeup will ensure that all you have to do is show up! I highly recommend leaving your hair down for the most impact in your photos.

4. Location, Location, Location

Besides wardrobe, few things impact the feel of your photos quite like the location you choose. If you ask me, I will always suggest the beach. There is nothing more magical than windswept hair and ocean waves. I love dramatic light and big skies, so I will always recommend choosing wide open spaces such as beaches, the desert, and golden fields. Consider a location that is meaningful to you, or is one you connect with.

Want to learn more about my emotive maternity photography? Let’s talk! 

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When I speak with clients booking a session, one of the first things that I usually hear is “my children probably won’t cooperate.”

Good

No, seriously, I mean that.

I don’t want them to be quiet, perfectly dressed, neat, tidy little children.

Is that your child? Because it definitely isn’t mine. At four, she is all sass and defiance and mess, wrapped up in the cutest little package. (But somehow always sticky. Why are they always sticky?!) Getting her to stand still and smile generally requires a lot of bribery, exasperation, and threats. Believe me, I take a photo of my sweet wild one every day, and the rare times I try to get her to smile, I need a very stiff drink after.

But here’s the thing. I like pictures where my daughter is looking at the camera and smiling. She’s beautiful, in my biased mother mind, and she belongs in photographs. But…those pictures don’t really mean anything to me. They’re cute, and I probably send them to her grandparents and stuff, but twenty years from now, I’m going to look at that picture and think very little, except that she was a very cute little kid.

That’s not what I want from photographs. What I want is her. Pure, unvarnished, completely her. Because she is magic, and every day I wake up, she’s just a little bit older and a little bit different.

Recently I had a terrible thought. My daughter has loved the same baby doll (creatively named “Baby”) since she was two years old. She has a story about Baby at the drop of a hat. Baby is always getting into trouble – and is quite well travelled. My daughter had asked me to retrieve her (Baby is always, always missing), and I thought, someday Baby is going to be forgotten in a box somewhere. Yeah, I’m a terrible person who thinks about these things often. And it stopped me in my tracks. Baby goes everywhere with us. She is the star of the every story. Bedtime would never happen without her.

But someday she won’t matter at all.

It breaks my heart, friends. So you know what I did? I handed my daughter her baby, found some pretty light, and asked her to love her. Because twenty years from now, when Baby is hidden in some box in my attic or passed along to some other child, I am going to miss that.

This is what I want for you. I want for you to look at these photos decades from now and lose your breath for a minute as you remember your precious child just as they were. I want you to show your kids, and tell them “you may not remember this but….”

It will mean more to them than you know. To see who they were, to see who they were to you.

I really hope they will be wild. I hope they’ll run, and play, and get dirty. I might even sort of hope they’ll cry a little, so you can comfort them. Have you ever looked at yourself when you hold your upset child? Probably not, I’ll bet. But you’re beautiful. You’re connected. You are everything to them in that moment, the only one who can set things right and give them peace. You are engaging with a part of yourself that is so instinctive, so inherent in you. It’s truly magnificent.

I know you probably bought adorable clothes. I know they were washed and pressed and there was bribery involved in getting them on. But the clothes will wash; the babies won’t keep.

Let them run. Let them splash. Let them throw sand at me – it’s okay, I promise it won’t be the first time. Let them be completely, entirely, unapologetically themselves.

You won’t regret it. And I’ve got this. We’ll create magic – no yelling or bribes requires (but still go get ice cream after. Always get ice cream).

 

 

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The post The Great Backyard Limited Edition Sessions first appeared on Temecula Family Photographer | Family Photography.]]> There is something about the summertime that just makes me feel nostalgic. Bare feet, popsicles dripping, a sprinkler on the freshly cut grass…it just instantly takes me back to my childhood running through the lawn chasing fireflies.

During the crazy time we are living through with Covid-19, I think we need these simple joys more than ever. That’s what inspired me to offer backyard sessions this summer: a time for your family to get back to what matters, enjoy some simple summertime fun, and experience the easiest photo session ever!

So turn on the sprinkler, grab a couple of icy treats, and I’ll bring the bubbles!

Details:

  • 30 minute session outdoors at your home
  • $150 – includes 15 digital images for download with option to purchase additional images
  • Dates: July 10 – August 14, weekdays and weekends available. Sessions will take place during golden hour between 6 and 8 PM

 

Ready to document your summer memories? E-mail me at amyboydphotography@gmail.com

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This special family is very dear to me, as we have been friends for a long time and have girls who are the same age. It’s been such an honor to be invited to document their lives as our kiddos have grown up.

It’s been a fun tradition to do yearly pictures together, but this year when the time came, Covid-19 had tipped the world upside down. As stressful as this time has been, I believe it has absolutely been worth documenting it for our kids, so I proposed a Day in the Life Session. No dragging the kids out, no worrying about what would be open. Just photos in their home, in this moment in their lives.

Someday, I hope our kids have forgotten what it was like sheltering in our homes for months on end. But I hope if they remember anything, it will be that they were surrounded by love. The R family may grow up and leave this home someday, but I hope their girls remember just a little of the magic of a big girl bed with the Frozen comforter, or the feeling when Mom snuggled up close.

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Moonlight Beach Maternity Session | San Diego, CA | Amy Boyd Photography https://www.amyboydphotography.com/2020/06/22/moonlight-beach-maternity-session-san-diego-ca-amy-boyd-photography/ https://www.amyboydphotography.com/2020/06/22/moonlight-beach-maternity-session-san-diego-ca-amy-boyd-photography/#respond Mon, 22 Jun 2020 20:11:22 +0000 http://amyboydphotography.com/?p=92 This beautiful mama-to-be is an amazingly talented photographer who lives in my area! In the true spirit of community over competition, Stacey has been a great friend always willing to be a sounding board for ideas, a location scouting buddy, and just an all around wonderful person. I was so excited when she announced she …

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This beautiful mama-to-be is an amazingly talented photographer who lives in my area! In the true spirit of community over competition, Stacey has been a great friend always willing to be a sounding board for ideas, a location scouting buddy, and just an all around wonderful person. I was so excited when she announced she was expecting, and even more thrilled when she let me play at the beach during blue hour! The blue hour is the very brief, magical time after the sun sets, and I may be addicted now. There is just something about the fading evening light that adds an element of mystery and emotion. Add a glowing mama, and you have pure magic.

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Disney World, circa 1988

“We’re all travelling through time together every day of our lives. All we can do is do our best to relish this remarkable ride.” – About Time

My whole life, I have struggled with the idea of things changing and ending. The idea of growing up always made me remarkably sad, even as a young child. I remember, in particular, a family trip to Disney world when I was around 12. My brother was a teenager then and totally over the concept, and it struck me, that last night we were leaving The Magic Kingdom…it wouldn’t be like this again. All of us here, together, just like this. I felt heartbroken, not that vacation was over, but that we as a family were beyond this magical part of childhood. I was soon to be a teenager, my brother was nearly driving. All too soon we’d be out of the house and living our own lives apart. 

Of course, what I didn’t know then was how much better life got. How the magic ends for a time, and then one day you get to see it all again through the eyes of your child.  

But alas, my daughter suffers the same fate as me: she’s growing up so devastatingly fast. I’ve blinked and my tiny baby is walking and talking (oh, the talking!) and delighting us all with the little person she is becoming even as it breaks our hearts. 

This longing, this awareness I’ve always had of how quickly the time goes, it’s all led me to where I am today. Photography gives me a super power: the ability to freeze a moment, to freeze a feeling. And this is the power of documentary photography. By capturing real life, just as you lived it, you can hold onto the moments that really matter…forever. Not just for you to look back on when your children are grown, but for them, and their children, to know who you are and who you were when they were little. They may not remember what it was like when they couldn’t even reach the kitchen counter, but they can SEE how you picked them up and showed them the world. 

I still get a tear in my eye when I see my daughter changing right before me, but telling our stories and documenting our every day also frees me to relish in the moments. I don’t have to dwell too much on how quickly it all goes by, because we have our own special way of going back to visit.

This is how I want to help YOU. It’s the greatest honor to be entrusted with your family memories, and I challenge you to look at photography through this new lens. Not just the beautiful posed family portraits, but the real moments, the messy moments, your real life and your real chaos. 

If you are ready to embrace your imperfections and start documenting your life well lived, contact me today for your own storytelling session!

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Fallbrook Maternity Session | Amy Boyd Photography https://www.amyboydphotography.com/2020/02/10/fallbrook-maternity-session-amy-boyd-photography/ https://www.amyboydphotography.com/2020/02/10/fallbrook-maternity-session-amy-boyd-photography/#respond Mon, 10 Feb 2020 17:27:50 +0000 http://amyboydphotography.com/?p=68 Confession: I didn’t take maternity photos when I was pregnant. I tried to take those weekly photos once I had a little bump, but I gave it up pretty quickly! I didn’t feel like one of those glowing, radiant pregnant people. I felt awkward and nauseated and in no mood to have my picture taken. …

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Confession: I didn’t take maternity photos when I was pregnant. I tried to take those weekly photos once I had a little bump, but I gave it up pretty quickly! I didn’t feel like one of those glowing, radiant pregnant people. I felt awkward and nauseated and in no mood to have my picture taken. I regret that now, though, as I have so few pictures documenting my pregnancy!

So when my dear friend (of over a decade now!) announced her second pregnancy, I just knew we had to take some pictures for her this time! She also skipped them the first time around, and I wanted to help her document these special days. As a mom to an only child, I haven’t personally experienced the roller coaster of emotions of having a second baby, but I do know it’s both exciting and terrifying as you watch your little one become a big brother or sister! We opted to include the whole family in this session, both to document their little family of 3 before it becomes 4, and to capture some special moments with mom and her first baby boy!

This special location, nestled near a creek in Fallbrook, was the perfect setting and one of my favorite places to photograph. The mix of indoor and outdoor locations is perfect for maternity photography where we can spotlight a mom-to-be and also have plenty of room for a little one to run wild!

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