I am BEYOND excited to show you these images from a recent newborn session at The Camera’s Eye. Not only is little Brooklyn just adorable (what a head of hair!) but her mom Johcelyn handmade all of the props 🙂
It’s easy to see why Brooklyn’s two older brothers are already in love!
We didn’t do a whole lot of planning – we just went for the Easter theme and incorporated these gorgeous props!
Johcelyn started off crocheting pieces like these just as a hobby, but it turned into a business once she shared her work on Facebook 🙂
Just had the great fun of doing a springtime Easter shoot at The Camera’s Eye for my blogger Sam! She knitted both of the hats so we could get both bunny and lamb shots 🙂 Check out some photos that her mom took while we worked:
Easter is pretty early this year, so we’re doing combo Easter/springtime photo sessions at The Camera’s Eye! It’s a great way to celebrate the warm weather that’s just around the corner in Owego. Contact us to get your little lamb into the studio 🙂
Two bunnies, two dozen eggs, and two weekends of portraits with Peter Cottontail… we made it through Easter with these fun-filled images!
Our first bunny, “Pip” affectionately named for his energy, did a wonderful job our first weekend, until he realized I had outdoor cats. Standing in front of the tall sliding glass doors in the atudio, I was holding him sharing what a great job he did that day… and then… he saw my cat, Sophia, sitting on the stairs outside and shot out of my arms like Dumbo the flying elephant! Sooooo sad… we rescued “Pip” from under a stairwell, and that explained all the scratches he had endured on his journey to The Camera’s Eye. Stray Haven Animal Shelter in Waverly, NY gladly took our furry friend and before we had him inside, Pip was taken by a gentleman who loved rabbits and had to have him. That’s a happy ending for a rescue bunny!
Franceso, aka Antonio was given to us by a family who had a very ambitious bunny who broke through the divider in his cage to visit his female cage mates on the other side…lol ; ) The second to last to be adopted away, I had to have him because he sports an adorable mustache. The children who gave him to me said they had been calling him, Franceso… BUT, after my first shoot… I had to change that. A little girl convinced me he should be named “Antonio… like Antonio Banderas!” She said it with accent and all! She’ll be in theatre by age 11, for sure. =) So know lil’ Antonio lives at The Camera’s Eye with 3 cats, all of which eat breakfast right beside him every morning – it’s hysterical. I can contribute that oddity to the fact that a cat lived on top of his cage as he grew up… Gotta love cats!
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Never heard of Portraits with Peter Cottontail & Friends? That’s ok… take a peak at last year’s Duck in for Easter Portraits at The Camera’s Eye Studio.
These are some of the most hysterical, genuine and un-predictable children’s portrait sessions imaginable! I think one thing will happen, and then it’s the total opposite. One thing is for sure… it’s always fun to watch the children interact with the bunnies, chicks or ducks. I actually think the parents and grandparents love it most.
Here’s how it works… Book your session any time between March 10th & the 18th, view your images in our online gallery, and your Easter Portraits will be delivered one week before Peter Cottontail arrives. Every child that visits The Camera’s Eye receives a candy gift from Fuddy Duddy’s Fudge in Owego, NY, and is entered to win one of Sue & Candy’s amazing Easter Baskets. My niece & nephew are crazy about the chocolate bunnies!
Whose ready for good laughs and springtime fun? Call: 607 426 6023 or e-mail directly from my website: www.thecameraseye.biz Happy Spring Everyone!