I love springtime and getting to do communion sessions. But let’s face it, the girls sessions are typically way more fun with their dresses and veils and flowers and such. I love when I get to incorporate the flowering trees like the cherry blossoms (which almost always coincide with communion sessions, much to my delight!) By comparison, the boys sessions can be somewhat…boring. But this year I have had some amazing boy’s communion sessions (one I was able to incorporate flamingos!!!) So when this boy’s mom made a casual mention of using a classic car, I jumped on it! My friend Beth, a fellow photographer, had just gotten the prefect car, and although it wasn’t a “classic”, it was exactly what I had in mind! So I reached out and thankfully, we were able to make it work out. The day we were scheduled to shoot started out dark and cloudy and I feared we’d have to post-pone, but then the sun came out! It was a bit windy and chilly at our location, but since we didn’t have to worry about a veil (another plus about this being a boy!), we went ahead and got some incredible images! And when a kid is this adorable and has eyelashes this amazing, how can the session be anything less than perfect?
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Peanut and Pip Photography is a Long Island based, natural-light, on-location photographer. We also love to travel and service all of New York City and the tri-sate area. Our style is classic and timeless, with a bit of whimsy. Our goal is to preserve this moment in time. We strive to capture the magic and wonder of childhood, the dreams of teens and seniors and the love between families with beautiful, breathtaking and timeless portraits. Every session is customized to you and your family. My works stands out because it is a collaborative effort between my clients and me. I find a way to integrate both of our visions. I often joke that I have crazy ideas, but my clients always trust my vision because they know they will get something unique in the end. I don’t see the world the way everyone else does and that is reflected in the art I create. My ability to create on the spur of the monument is part of my magic. While I always have my go-to locations, I rarely shoot them the same way each time I go there. I get bored of the same things very easily and no two sessions are ever the same, even when shot at the same locations.