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Q: First of all, we want to congratulate you on winning the Lifestyle Category at B&W CHILD 2016, Second Half! The Lifestyle Category is always one of the toughest categories to win, how do you feel as a winner?

A: I would like to congratulate all the winners! Well done! And thank you very much for this recognition. Of course I was surprised I won cause so many talented and amazing photographers take part in this edition. Also, lifestyle is my favorite genre in photography so it was a great feeling to be recognized and appreciated in something that I love doing.

Q: If you had to introduce yourself with only 3 words which ones would you choose?

A: …loyal, realist, reliable, haha doesn’t sound like an artist, does it?

playing with sheets and shadows

Q: Why did you fall in love with photography as an art form? Would you still be an artist if you had chosen another path in your life?

A: I wanted to have a record of memories, capture life’s moments and feelings, but I couldn’t have done that on paper. I love memories and traveling back in time to the past. I decided to capture life’s moments and it was then that I realized that I like to capture moments where life is just happening, where nothing is arranged. I would like my photos to be like a diary that people will happily open and go back for many years to come. Would I still be an artist If I wasn’t a photographer – absolutely not! (laughs). My educational background is in mathematics and accounting.

kid suprisingly looks at bones of dinosaur

Q: Can you tell us more about your winning photograph ‘Rodos’?

A: “Rodos” has a special meaning for me because on that photo the main characters are my children and my parents. The moment captured in that photo is not really that unique. It’s the kind of moment that I capture a lot while spending summer vacation with my parents. But it is important time for us – a time spent with people who loves each other unconditionally. The photo captured authentic and pure summer vacation moment. I hope that the photo shows real emotions and feelings and if anyone is looking at that photograph it will bring them back to their special summer vacation, moment filled with positive and joyful emotions. I also must add that for Polish people Rodos has a double meaning. Rodos as you know is a popular Greek vacation destination for many people, but in Poland RODOS is a funny abbreviation for spending your summer vacation at your family’s garden plot in your hometown.

Q: When looking at the image what really catches the eye is an extremely hectic  atmosphere captured in such a harmony! How do you manage to freeze and catch that perfect moment when all the elements of photograph are in the perfect place telling the stories of their own?

A: I won’t pretend that each shoot is perfect. There were many photos taken in the” Rodos” series. I like to wait, observe and capture the perfect moment. It was the case in this situation. I was observing my older son playing basketball while in the background the younger son was playing badminton with his grandparents. That moment seemed interesting for me, but I also wanted to showcase where the photo was taken -the previously mentioned Rodos.  I couldn’t work a lot in terms of the width of the frame. It was limited because of the other neighbour’s garden plot. So hence the idea of having Antoni playing basketball slamming into the frame.

"Rodos" by Karolina Wawrzyniak - 1st Place in The Lifestyle Category at B&W CHILD 2016 PHOTO COMPETITION

“Rodos” by Karolina Wawrzyniak – 1st Place in The Lifestyle Category at B&W CHILD 2016 PHOTO COMPETITION

Q: Technical side of photography seems to be one of your strengths. How much concisely pay attention to this aspect of photography?

A: Honestly? My favorite quote is by Henry Cartier Bresson ” Sharpness is a bourgeois concept”. Of course I would want all my photos to be technical and detailed oriented, but if I were to choose between the emotion or technique, emotions would always win.

Portrait of Anthony

Q: What separates bad photographs from good ones?  Do you tend to analyse your own body of work in order to grow more, or you just go with a flow and improve without thinking too much about it?

A: I think that part of the answer to that question lies in my previous answer. I love capturing emotions, authenticity and honesty. It’s not easy to select the perfect frame. I often use my intuition when I choose photographs especially lifestyle photographs. Technical aspects of the photos are always important, but I think that at this stage, I notice them on a subconscious level.

Lifestyle child photography

Q: Let’s talk about inspiration. What inspires you the most? Do you seek inspiration externally or you tend to find it within yourself?

A: Life inspires my photos. Of course, I browse through many photo albums and I love looking at photographs of my favorite artists. But I feel that the pictures you take can’t be someone else idea. According to H.C.Bersson “It is an illusion that photos are made with the camera. They are made with the eye, heart and head.” This quote captures everything.

"Click" by Karolina Wawrzyniak

Q: What is the one special photograph you took that is the dearest to you?

A: I wouldn’t be able to pick just one photo that’s dearest to my heart. As a mother, I love photos of my kids. My favorite photos are the ones that capture my son’s relations. When I can see that I captured their trust and love for each other and their close ties I am very happy. As you can see it all comes down to emotions again.

Brothers hugging and laughing

Q: Which photograph was your biggest competition in the Lifestyle Category at B&W CHILD 2016 in your opinion?

A: That’s a difficult question to answer. How could I just pick one photograph when I love all the photos that have won in this competition. However, I must mention Karolina’s Piórkowska photo. Her photograph won the 3rd place in „Lifestyle” category. Karolina is my friend and an amazing photographer. It’s a great honor for me to take part in this competition with her and to share our victory together.

home domestic atmosphere with kids

Q: What’s your overall impression of B&W CHILD 2016 PHOTO COMPETITION and quality of photographs?

A: The high level of this contest and outstanding judges made me send my photos to the B&W Child 2016 Photo Competition.  I think that a photography competition is a form of checking your own abilities and if you want to check your abilities the best option is to do it among the best of the best (laughs). I can’t stop looking at all the photos submitted in this competition. It is a great honor to find my own photograph among all the other amazing and special photos.

children enjoting childhood and playing outside

Q: Can you offer a piece of advice to all photographers who are just starting out there? Something that helped you when you were stepping into the world of photography?

A: If I were to give advice to all the photographers who are just starting out, I would say to photograph with a heart and passion. Of course, it’s important to know all technical aspects of photography such as rules of composition, cropping and so on, but the most important thing is what you are feeling. If you love what you do, it becomes your passion. Photography isn’t always easy, but that’s what’s fascinating about it. It’s a never-ending journey. You can always do something in a different and a better way.

kids playing ping pong

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Q:  First and foremost, we would like to congratulate you for becoming The GRAND WINNER of  The B&W Child 2016 Photo Competition! Back in the first part you told us that being a Category Winner came to you as a surprise, did you expect to become the GRAND WINNER?

A: Thank you very much! When I sent my photographs to the second part of the competition, I couldn’t even imagine I’d become The Grand Winner. I only hoped I could become a winner in some particular category.

"Playing with Light" by Olga Ageeva - 1st Place in The Fine Art Category - B&W CHILD 2016, Second Half

“Playing with Light” by Olga Ageeva – 1st Place in The Fine Art Category – B&W CHILD 2016, Second Half

Q: What was the first thing you did after you had heard that you are the overall winner? Does the feeling differ a lot from being crowned as a category winner?

A: I was definitely shocked. I was reading the letter several times in order to realize that I hadn’t misunderstood what had been written there. And, obviously, the feeling differs a lot. This I time I wanted to dance and sing, even though I’m not good at it, but still I was really happy.

The best photos of Olga Ageeva

“Sleeping” by Olga Ageeva – 2nd Place in The Portrait Category at B&W CHILD 2016, Second Half

 

 

Lifestyle child photography by Olga Ageeva

“Untitled” by Olga Ageeva – 1st Place in The Lifestyle Category at B&W CHILD 2016, First Half

Q: Is there anything new in the life of Olga Ageeva?

A: Well, this didn’t change a lot in the way I live, but it has given me the feeling that I had chosen the correct path and I should now follow it.

Little girl and her cat playing hide and seek

“The game of hide and seek” by Olga Ageeva – 2nd Place in The Lifestyle Category at B&W CHILD 2016, Second Half

Q: You went big in the second part and your photographs were the favorites in almost every category! Have you taken any of them exclusively for the competition or you decided to send in some of your older photographs?

A: No, they weren’t taken exclusively for the contest. I take photos quite often in order to depict the life of my children, so I just picked and sent some of them.

Cat, curtain and child

Q: Would you mind telling us more about your winning photograph?

A: The photograph was taken by accident. I was shooting my elder daughter when I saw the light, which was falling on the younger one, while she was waiting her turn to be the hero of the frame. So that’s how the shot with both of them was born.

Q: In which photograph from the ones you’ve submitted you believed in the most? What was that one photograph that you knew it would catch the eye of the judges?

A: I can’t actually name one of them, because each one is very precious to me. I sent them all, so I believed in all of them.

Interview with Olga ageeva, the grand winner of B&W CHILD 2016

Q: Who was your biggest competition this year? Which photographs you wish you had taken?

A: I didn’t think about it.

Olga Ageeva Interview

Q: Is your everyday life as interesting as much as it seems in the photographs you take?

A: My photographs are my life, so it’s really interesting for me and I always try to show it in my work.

The grand Winner of B&W CHILD 2016 Photo Competition - Olga Ageeva

Q: What are the few things that make the good photograph?

A: Technically there is a light, composition, angle, then there are emotions and a story behind the picture, but any photograph should come from inside the author. It should depict his attitude to it.

Russian photographer Olga Ageeva

Q: Do you use social media as a platform for showcasing you work or you tend to enjoy photography in more silent, intimate way?

A: Yes, I post my work to Facebook, and sometimes to Instagram.

Interview with Olga Ageeva

Q: As a Grand Winner, what is the advice to all the photographers taking part in B&W CHILD 2017 when choosing which photograph to send? How they should select their best photograph?

A: I think that they should choose that photos that they personally like, ones that they always want to come back to and watch them again.

Melancholic child photo by Olga Ageeva

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Q: Hey Lisa! We are enormously happy to have you here! You won before and you did it again! How does it feel to be The Winner of NEWBORNS PHOTO COMPETITION for 2 years in a row?

A:  Thank you so, so much!  I will say that I am completely shocked at winning again this year, and very honored and humbled as well.  Thank you for this great honor!

Q: Can you tell us more about your winning photograph “Damien & Sylvie the Great”?

A:  I did Sylvie’s newborn photos myself, and one of my goals was to photograph her with each of her 10 older siblings.  This particular portrait of Sylvie and Damien is very special to me.  Sylvie was born with a critical congenital heart defect called total anomalous pulmonary venous return (TAPVR) and had to have corrective open heart surgery when she was 3 months old.  2016 was the scariest year of my life, but also one of the most rewarding.  For the past 4 years, Damien has been telling us that he wants to be a pediatric heart surgeon when he grows up.  It was such a crazy coincidence that he would gain a baby sister who needed the services of such a doctor.  You can clearly see the love he has for his little sister in this photo, and she has wisdom beyond her days in her eyes.  I believe her to be an old soul.  I have it framed on my wall now as it is so special to me.

1ST PLACE IN THE PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER CATEGORY – Damien & Sylvie by Lisa Holloway

Q: Last year was big for you in so many ways and we can only guess, but the biggest miracle that happened last year is little Sylvie? How is Sylvie? How did your life change since her arrival?

A:  Sylvie is doing well – thank you for asking about her!  She is still tiny, but mighty.  She is such a strong girl!  She is meeting all of her developmental milestones on time, so we really just need to work with her on gaining weight.  That said, none of my kids are big, and my girls in particular are especially petite, so I think some of that is just genetics.  She is such a blessing to all of us.  She has really made us appreciate LIFE and taught us to not take the day to day for granted.  Her strength is inspiring to many.

Newborn photography by Lisa Holloway

Q: Can you give us any hint how does it feel to be a professional photographer, a mother of so many children, educator, a wife? How do you manage all this?

A:  I definitely have a lot on my plate – there is no denying that.  Trying to find that elusive balance between family life and work is an ongoing struggle.  I get a lot of help from my husband and my kids.  I wouldn’t be able to do it without them.

Kids of Lisa Holloway

Q: What is your life story? Where are you born and raised? Why photography?

A:  I grew up in Olympia, Washington with my mother, father and younger sister.  We had a pretty typical 1980’s childhood – we played outside until the street lights came on, rode our bikes with the neighborhood kids, swam all day at the pool in the summer, read books, played with our toys, and used our imaginations.  In some ways I feel like it was a better childhood than kids these days have, unspoiled by electronic gadgets.  In fact, it was this childhood that cultured my love for art.  I would spend hours painting and drawing and was pretty good at it!  Photography is a natural extension of that love of art for me, and a way to stay imaginative and inspired as an adult.  I initially picked up a camera because I longed to document my children and their daily lives.  It has grown bigger than that now, but photographing my own children is still at the heart of my love for photography.  It’s been a much needed creative outlet for me.

1st Place at the NEWBORNS 2015 Photo Competition

1st Place at the NEWBORNS 2015 Photo Competition

Q: What’s in your camera bag and what lenses you love the most?

A:  Oh boy, that is a loaded question!  I am a bit of a lens hoarder.  Rather than listing them all here, you can check out all of my gear on my WEBSITE.  I set up a page specifically for this as it does get asked often.  I shoot with the Canon 5D Mark IV, and my favorite lenses are my 200L, 85L, and Sigma 50mm Art Lens.  Which lens I ultimately select totally depends on what I am trying to achieve for a particular portrait or session.

Newborn and baby photography by Lisa Holloway

Q: Do you have any personal favorites from the NEWBORNS 2016 PHOTO COMPETITION? If you hadn’t won, who would have won?

A:  I LOVE ‘Smile’ by Marta Obiegla.  What a precious, heartwarming portrait!  I also adore ‘In His Hands’ by David & Lissette.  I am really draw to newborn images that show a relationship to a parent or sibling.  There were so many gorgeous entries!

Q: Since you teach photography, what is the thing you always say to your young students?

A:  I have two bits of advice that I offer to everyone.  The first is to ALWAYS stay true to yourself.  You cannot please everyone, and that is okay.  Shoot what you love, and without apology.  Secondly, never stop practicing and learning!  Always strive to keep growing in your art.  If you feel like you are stagnating or uninspired, set up a creative shoot and have fun with it!  Try something new, go for a drive and look for new locations, or collaborate with a photography buddy and feed off of each other’s creativity.

Artistic newborn photography by Lisa Holloway

Q: How do you know that you took the perfect shot. Is that the inner feeling or something else?

A:  I usually just know – it’s definitely an inner feeling.  Sometimes I see it on my LCD on the back of my camera and cannot wait to get home and edit!

Baby photography by Lisa Holloway

Q: Where do you find inspiration?

A:  I find inspiration everywhere.  The colors and textures in nature throughout the different seasons, gorgeous light filtering through the trees, or pouring in through a window, going for a drive or a road trip.  Other photographers inspire me.  The artwork of old masters, movies, and paintings.  Inspiration is everywhere!

Lisa Holloway photography

Q: Who are your favorite photographers?

A:  There are so, so many!  To name a few, I love Elena Shumilova’s environmental portrait work with children and animals.  I love Sally Mann and Alain Laboile’s raw lifestyle portraits.  I love Peter Coskun’s gorgeous, colorful landscapes.  Jessica Drossin does beautiful, fine art portraits.  I love Magdalena Berny’s dramatic portraits of children.  I could go on and on, there are so many inspiring artists out there that it is impossible to list them all.

Baby portraits by Lisa Holloway

Q: Do you have any quote that leads you through life?

A: “Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” – Dr. Seuss

Smiling baby captured by Lisa Holloway

Q: It seems like entire world knows who Lisa Holloway is! Can you tell us how did you get over 607,000 followers on Facebook??

A:  I started my Facebook page in 2010 I believe.  It’s taken a LOT of hard work to grow my following on that page.  I try to regularly post fresh and inspiring content, and strive to keep my work visible on multiple platforms – social media and otherwise.

Lisa Holloway won Newborns 2016 Photo Cometition

Lisa Holloway - The best photographer on Newborns 2016 Photo competition

Q: How does it feel to be a celebrity? Is it more a painful experience or do you enjoy it? Is there a balance when entire industry knows about you?

A:  I really don’t feel like a celebrity, and am also a HUGE introvert.  I have a tiny circle of friends and spend the majority of my time at home with my family.  It makes me feel a little bit uncomfortable to be honest.  I feel like my every move is watched and that is a little bit awkward and unnerving.

The best photographer at Newborns 2016 photo competition

Q: You are well known for amazing post production of your work! What’s your favorite tool in Photoshop? Curves or some other magic ingredient you care to share with us?

A:  I have a lot of tools in Photoshop that I love, but I’d say my favorite or most used tool is the Levels adjustment layer.  It is a very powerful way to alter the light, contrast, and even the color in your images.  I think every one of my edited images has at least one or two levels layers in the final mix – sometimes more.

Interview with Lisa Holloway

Q: Older, wiser, more experienced and definitely multiple times awarded-photographer. What would be your message to other photographers?

A:  Work hard, stay fresh and inspired, and always be true to yourself and your art.

Interview with famous child photographer Lisa Holloway

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Inspiring Monday VOL 161 – Weekly Inspirational Blog Post Devoted to The Art of Child Photography

 

Welcome to Inspiring Monday VOL 161. Today we are featuring some of the most amazing and inspiring child photography from all around the world!

We want to thank to all amazing photographers who submitted their work trough Facebook , Facebook GroupInstagram and our Flickr Group. If you want to be featured in Inspiring Monday or Baby Boom, feel free to submit your work. We are always in search for a new, talented photographers!

CURRENTLY OPEN CONTEST:

  1. THE MAGIC OF LIGHT – FREE TO ENTER MONTHLY PHOTO CONTEST
  2. B&W CHILD 2017 – 4TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL PHOTO COMPETITION IN BLACK AND WHITE CHILD PHOTOGRAPHY

 

Petros Petropoulos
Petros Petropoulos featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 161

Milica Markovic
Milica Markovic featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 161

Judyta Pilarczyk‎
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Kristen Rice
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Milou Krietemeijer-Dirks‎
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Carine Belzon‎
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An Atheist (Śliwaq)
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LuNi Ba‎
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Sam Lee ‘lz‎
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Olga Tankova‎
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Jennifer Kapala
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Marika Wronska‎
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Milagros MW‎
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Suzanne Taylor

Diana Ostroverhova

April Kraus Photography

Sally Kate

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Екатерина Рачинская

Анна Давыдова

Kate Luber

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Chris Moore

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Jenny Photographer

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Tere Tecla

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Алёна Савельева

Nichole Quinn

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Ewa Wojczakowska-Skrobisz

Adam Kizielewicz‎
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Bob Matkodak‎
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Beata Blaszczyk‎
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Daiva Zi photography
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Baby Boom VOL 92 – Inspirational Blog Post Devoted to The Art of Baby and Newborn Photography

 

Welcome to the very first Baby Boom VOL 92! This is the gallery of the best photographs submitted by our dear photographers last 7 days trough Facebook , Facebook Group , Instagram and our Flickr Group.

There are several ways how you can be featured in Inspiring Monday or Baby Boom:

  1. Post your submission in our Facebook Group or FB Page
  2. Follow us on Instagram and use #cpcfeature  when posting a photo you would like us to feature
  3. Join our amazing Flickr Group!

CURRENTLY OPEN CONTEST:

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Sven Berger
Sven Berger featured in Baby Boom VOL 92

Dorota Skawinska
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Corrie Michael
Corrie Michael featured in Baby Boom VOL 92

Katarzyna Szołdrowska
Katarzyna Szołdrowska featured in Baby Boom VOL 92

Noelle Mirabella Photography

Kath V. Photography

Jean Stanhope

Linda G Photography

Melissa DeVoe Photography

Dominika Skrzypek

Lindsay Walden Photography

Aga Tetera Photography

Aga Augustyn

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Sandra – Newborn Photographer

Jacinta Dalben Photography

Jennifer White Photography

Angel Wings‎
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Studio Manufaktura
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Monica Udina
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Joanna Ignyś-Muszyńska‎
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Monika Roczyna‎
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Liane Michel Izaura Ciërra
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Inspiring Monday VOL 160 – Weekly Inspirational Blog Post Devoted to The Art of Child Photography

 

Welcome to Inspiring Monday VOL 159. Today we are featuring some of the most amazing and inspiring child photography from all around the world!

We want to thank to all amazing photographers who submitted their work trough Facebook , Facebook GroupInstagram and our Flickr Group. If you want to be featured in Inspiring Monday or Baby Boom, feel free to submit your work. We are always in search for a new, talented photographers!

 

Judyta Pilarczyk‎
Judyta Pilarczyk‎ featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 160

Marta Obiegla‎
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Monika Serek
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Carine Belzon‎
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Olga Filenko
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Carola Kayen-mouthaan‎
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An Atheist (Śliwaq)
An Atheist (Śliwaq) featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 160

Helen Whittle
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Kim Groenendal
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Ewa White
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Three Little Birds
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Paula Krajewska‎
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Jennifer Kapala
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Ania Kulinski‎
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Christina Benge
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Kate Luber

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Lilia Alvarado

Helen Vines

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Charo Diez

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Applewood Photography

Agnieszka Gulczyńska

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Kay Photography

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Bob Matkodak

Milou Krietemeijer-Dirks‎
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Anna Krol
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Emily Williams‎
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Baby Boom VOL 91 – Inspirational Blog Post Devoted to The Art of Baby and Newborn Photography

 

Welcome to the very first Baby Boom VOL 90! This is the gallery of the best photographs submitted by our dear photographers last 7 days trough Facebook , Facebook Group , Instagram and our Flickr Group.

There are several ways how you can be featured in Inspiring Monday or Baby Boom:

  1. Post your submission in our Facebook Group or FB Page
  2. Follow us on Instagram and use #cpcfeature  when posting a photo you would like us to feature
  3. Join our amazing Flickr Group!

 

 

Anna Sahra‎
Anna Sahra‎ featured in Baby Boom VOL 91

Rán Bjargar Photography
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Karolina Grzegorczyk-Auteri‎
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Angel Wings‎
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Monika Grabowska‎
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Barbara Gepert‎
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Anna Wielgus‎
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Brandy Brown‎
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Dorota Skawinska
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Monica Kelley‎
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L U I S A D U N N Photography

Amy West

Paola Aldewliy

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Davinia Madrigal

Sarah Rickard Photography

Annie Whitaker

Contam’Estórias Fotografia

Alina Crainic

Sweet&Tender Fotografia

Joan Marie

Lou Sutton Photography

Linda G Photography

JustGaba photography
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Ester Sin Hache
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Monica Udina
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Maria Del Valle Presser‎
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Katie Maye‎
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Baby Boom VOL 91
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Inspiring Monday VOL 159 – Weekly Inspirational Blog Post Devoted to The Art of Child Photography

 

Welcome to Inspiring Monday VOL 159. Today we are featuring some of the most amazing and inspiring child photography from all around the world!

We want to thank to all amazing photographers who submitted their work trough Facebook , Facebook GroupInstagram and our Flickr Group. If you want to be featured in Inspiring Monday or Baby Boom, feel free to submit your work. We are always in search for a new, talented photographers!

CURRENTLY OPEN CONTEST:

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Magdalena Kołakowska‎
Magdalena Kołakowska‎ featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Jennifer Lappe‎
Jennifer Lappe‎ featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Vicki Winston‎
Vicki Winston‎ featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Kinga Stanicka‎
Kinga Stanicka‎ featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Petros Petropoulos
Petros Petropoulos featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Justine Shachar
Justine Shachar featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Ewa Cwikla
Ewa Cwikla featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Eva White
Eva White featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Gabriela Tulian
Gabriela Tulian featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

R&R Photography
R&R Photography featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Jennifer Kapala
Jennifer Kapala featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Roberta Baneviciene‎
Roberta Baneviciene‎ featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Studio Manufaktura
Studio Manufaktura featured in

Angee Manns‎
Angee Manns‎ featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Olga Moo
Olga Moo featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Bob Matkodak
Bob Matkodak featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Diana Lemcio‎
Diana Lemcio‎ featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Sam Lee ‘lz‎
Sam Lee 'lz‎ featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

Focus and Shoot Photography
Focus and Shoot Photography featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 159

natalex777

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Noelle Mirabella Photography

Charo Diez

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Helen Whittle

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Amy Kalbasz

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Anita Perminova

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Krassimira Vassileva

Lisa Holloway

sophiejanephoto

Lilla Art Photography

Sheri Hubbs Fine Art Studios

Cathy Ronalds

A photo posted by Cathy Ronalds (@cathyronalds) on

Inspiring Monday VOL 159
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Inspiring Monday VOL 158 – Weekly Inspirational Blog Post Devoted to The Art of Child Photography

 

Welcome to Inspiring Monday VOL 158. Today we are featuring some of the most amazing and inspiring child photography from all around the world!

We want to thank to all amazing photographers who submitted their work trough Facebook , Facebook GroupInstagram and our Flickr Group. If you want to be featured in Inspiring Monday or Baby Boom, feel free to submit your work. We are always in search for a new, talented photographers!

CURRENTLY OPEN CONTEST:

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Ashlyn Perkins‎
Ashlyn Perkins‎ featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Roberta Baneviciene‎
Roberta Baneviciene‎ featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Photo Muffins Fotografie
Photo Muffins Fotografie featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Jennifer Lappe
Jennifer Lappe featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Katrina Parry‎
Katrina Parry‎ featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Ewa Cwikla
Ewa Cwikla featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Great Do
Greta Do featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Chocophoto
Chocophoto featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Carola Kayen-mouthaan‎
Carola Kayen-mouthaan‎ featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Fifi Bristoche‎
Fifi Bristoche‎ featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Lyudmila Savina
Lyudmila Savina featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Kate Luber
Kate Luber featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Chiara Boschi
Chiara Boschi featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Kate Miller-Wilson
Kate Miller-Wilson featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

bloempje76
bloempje76 featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Ian Ghenesys
Ian Ghenesys featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Ko Zushi
Ko Zushi featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Miracle Reflections Photography
Miracle Reflections featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Sundays Child Photography
Sundays Child Photography featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Evolet Fotografia
Evolet Fotografia featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Three Little Birds
Three Little Birds featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Sonya Adcock
Sonya Adcock featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Katarzyna Nowakowska‎
Katarzyna Nowakowska‎ featured in Inspiring Monday VOL 158

Lilia Alvarado

Meg Loeks

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sophiejanephoto

Charo Diez

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Helen Whittle

Joan Reijmer Photography

Helen Vines

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Clare Ahalt

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Cassie Duffle

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Katarzyna Lechowska

Holly Nicole

Fotograf Anna Arvidsson



Jess Soper

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Krassimira Vassileva

Inspiring Monday VOL 158
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Baby Boom VOL 90 – Inspirational Blog Post Devoted to The Art of Baby and Newborn Photography

 

Welcome to the very first Baby Boom VOL 90! This is the gallery of the best photographs submitted by our dear photographers last 7 days trough Facebook , Facebook Group , Instagram and our Flickr Group.

There are several ways how you can be featured in Inspiring Monday or Baby Boom:

  1. Post your submission in our Facebook Group or FB Page
  2. Follow us on Instagram and use #cpcfeature  when posting a photo you would like us to feature
  3. Join our amazing Flickr Group!

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Rock A Bye Photography by Brandy Brown
Brandy Brown‎ featured in Baby Boom VOL 90

Dorota Skawinska
Dorota Skawinska featured in Baby Boom VOL 90

Angel Wings‎
Angel Wings‎ featured in Baby Boom VOL 90

Joanna Lowden Booth‎
Joanna Lowden Booth‎ featured in Baby Boom VOL 90

Fotograf Ida Hvattum

Juliene Well

Kath V. Photography

Lindsay Walden Photography

Sarah Rickard Photography

Noor Ziyad Photography

DONNAY ZULBERG Photography

Leanne Curtis Photography

Melissa DeVoe Photography

Tina Krafts

Contam’Estórias Fotografia

Julietta Arden-Taylor
Julietta Arden-Taylor‎ featured in Baby Boom VOL 90

Boyana Zaharieva

Joanna Wolff-Markiewicz‎
Joanna Wolff-Markiewicz‎ featured in Baby Boom VOL 90

Ester Sin Hache
Ester Sin Hache featured in Baby Boom VOL 90

Baby Boom VOL 90
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