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More beautiful Rankin Inlet kiddies. This time I got to shoot with Delaine and Audrey…what absolutely gorgeous children! Take a look at those eyes. This is my very favourite way to shoot…silly and crazy all wrapped into one nice little package. We dressed up in wings, they undressed, they redressed into Christmas outfits. There wasn’t a moment a stillness. It was awesome. Watching these two be their crazy silly little selves was such a blast. I giggled the whole time.

{Take some time this year to capture your perfect day}

Remember the the warmth of the setting sun, the thrill of the season’s first dip in the lake, or the joy of kids at the beach? This year capture the magic of summer with a private photo shoot at the cottage.

Package includes planning, 1-2hr on location shoot, DVD of edited images (between 30-50), private online gallery for sharing with friends and family, and 1-8×10  enlargement

For $275 plus GST

{Family Portraits in Ottawa, Ontario, 1/3}

Last weekend I was running all over the place. Alas I caught the flu…which gives me lots of time to blog! But before that I was lucky enough to shoot a cousin’s family gathering. This group is spread from Ottawa to Montreal and wanted to gather representing all generations, all family combination, and all phases of the Lagace life. I love family photography especially when we can get a little creative. Happy people, cute babies, beautiful teenagers, sports cars, and interesting back drops are all keys to success. This was a little chaotic, I must admit. About 15 before we began shooting we almost changed locations…but I knew the SportPlex would be a great spot to create some interesting imagery. Then Grandpa, who went to pick up the beautiful Holly got a lost, then by the time everybody arrived we had just about 20 minutes until Dawn was to leave for work. Pure chaos…pure beautiful wonderful energizing chaos.

This was the first of a few shoots I was doing for the Lagace/Faithfull crowd…we’ll call this post one of three. I think I was shooting from about 4pm to 11pm. I had a great time and will heading back to Ottawa in July for and Engagement shoot in the Market.

To view the full album visit my client pages here, http://www.katehood.smugmug.com/gallery/8141290_db8MD#531069598_f8pmP or Angie’s Family Photography FB album, http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=91688&id=680260377&ref=mf.

Family Photography Packages begin at $250.00 for a single family shoot. The day is collaborative and comprehensive…and the experience is always on to remember.

All in the Corvette, KHI Photography

All in the Corvette, KHI Photography

Bright behind the bleachers, KHI Photography

Bright behind the bleachers, KHI Photography

From above or below? KHI Photography

From above or below? KHI Photography

Kristian and Grandpa, KHI Photography

Kristian and Grandpa, KHI Photography

Beautiful Holly, KHI Photography

Beautiful Holly, KHI Photography

The Three Muskateers, KHI Photography

The Three Muskateers, KHI Photography

Dancing? KHI Photography

Dancing? KHI Photography

Lets stand by the trees? KHI Photography

Lets stand by the trees? KHI Photography

A few weeks ago Megan contacted me all the way from BC. Originally from North Bay her and her husband now live in Fort St James, BC. As a “Welcome to the World” (her daughter is 8 months) and “Happy Birthday” (her mother’s Birthday) gift she asked me to spend an afternoon shooting with her, 2 sisters, 2 husbands, an 8th months old, and a Grandma and Grandpa.

We had never met before, just spent a week or so emailing details back and forth. The Woods welcomed me into their home with open arms, they were very sweet. This shoot was a little different than the others I’ve done. The Woods were a formal group very much connected to their history. Walking into their 100 year old home was like visiting a museum. We spent about an hour shooting some very traditional posses and chatting about their families history in North Bay. Over a 3.5 hour period we shot a few hundred images. It was lots of fun and a bit of an eye opening experience! Truth is so much excited energy was centred around Isabelle, who is 8 months old and the first Grandchild. Here are some of my favourite shots….as usual more can be seen here, on facebook.

Isabelle and Grandpa, Family Photography

Isabelle and Grandpa, Family Photography

Isabelle and Dad, Family Photography

Isabelle and Dad, Family Photography

Birthday Grandma and Baby, Family Photography

Birthday Grandma and Baby, Family Photography

In Love in the Big City, Family Photography

In Love in the Big City, Family Photography

In a Corner of the City, Family Photography

In a Corner of the City, Family Photography

A Rainy Day at the Beach, Family Photography

A Rainy Day at the Beach, Family Photography

I’m heading to Ottawa for March Break this year and thought it a great time get in some work. Bookings for the week have already started…consider this…

Non-traditional family photos in Ottawa with KHI Photography. Spend the day with friends and family documenting fun and frolic this Ontario March Break!

What better way to spend a March Break Day then playing with family?

Imagine the Ottawa canal, Mother Hill in Pembroke, Down Town Ottawa, the Parliament Buildings, or in your own backyard. Availability is limited to March 18-19-20, 2009.

Ottawa Family Photos

Ontario March Break Family Photo Shoot Special, $350.00 (plus GST)

  • 2-4 hours shoot time
  • Family Shoot
  • Mini “Mr and Mrs” Shoot
  • Various locations/travel
  • Unlimited RAW images
  • Private online gallery of digital negatives
  • High resolution CD of images
  • Custom DVD slide show
  • 1-11×13 professionally printed album of best images
  • Private “Mr and Mrs” session.
  • A $50.00 Gift Certificate to pass on

Ottawa Family Photo Shoot in the Park
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Ottawa Family Photos

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