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Category Archives: Houston maternity photographer

One of my favorite things about maternity photography sessions is that there are so many ways to capture this big milestone, be it a more “intimate” studio session (like the next post down), a colorful on-location session with a downtown vibe fully clothed, or a more casual studio session with plenty of belly laughs (pardon […]

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I’ve been on a light, airy, white, modern, vintage kind of kick lately. And I’ve been dying to try my hand at a more high-key (the photography term that describes the whiter, brighter lighting) studio maternity session. I had ordered two vintage slips online without seeing her belly and  – much to my joy – […]

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One of the best perks of this job is knowing a baby is on the way – often before mom and dad have shared the big news with anyone else. So I was beyond excited when she called and said they wanted to do a “We’re expecting” announcement for their family and closest friends. I […]

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In April of 2013, I launched this new website+blog (a blogsite if you will) and imported just the past two years of blog posts into this new blog. If you’d like to visit the old blog and many, many more years’ worth of posts, you can access it here: www.kamibradyblog.com Cheers! Kami

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Me, that is! I’ve just been the usual, annual crazy busy with fall/holiday sessions, holiday card designs, birth announcement designs, newborn sessions, orders and packaging. The blog always gets more than a little neglected this time of year, but with so many long days and late nights already, my focus has to stay on getting […]

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I love it when perfect symbols (unintentional or otherwise) make their way into my sessions, especially this signature maternity session. When I’m first composing a shot, I’m initially thinking about the person I’m photographing – do I want this to be a closeup, 3/4 shot, full body? Horizontal or vertical orientation? What kind of in-camera […]

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