Monthly Archives: August 2011

This morning, I captured a beautiful couple as they’re expecting their first baby! We were originally scheduled to do this session earlier in the summer, but we opted to hold off a bit since it was 115 degrees with heat index on that day. What a difference. Today was very comfortable with a nice breeze, which was quite refreshing. Much more comfy for mommy-to-be and safer health-wise as well. We got some stunning images of this expanding family! Enjoy the sneak peek. Can’t wait to meet the lil’ one in a couple of weeks!

St. Louis Maternity Portraits at Forest Park - Yvonne Niemann Photography

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  • Merrick . H - Shelby,
    Awesome pictures! can’t wait to see the little one. G, Eva and I hope that everyone is well!! Great shots!ReplyCancel

  • Jen - what a gorgeous location and couple!…Your photos are beautiful 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Jen M. - Shelby, you look amazing!!! Love the one of you and Attila. Can’t wait to see the baby photos. Best wishes!ReplyCancel

  • April Nienhuis - Gorgeous photos! I love the light and colors!ReplyCancel

  • University City Newborn Photographer | Autumn Baby - […] time I captured this lil’ man was when he was still in him mommy’s belly for their maternity photography session. We weren’t able to go outside for any portraits due to the weather, but we got some amazing […]ReplyCancel

  • St. Louis Maternity Photography | Pregnancy Glow - […] you add just the perfect lighting during those magical hours of the day, it’s just heavenly! This portrait session took place in August. We had a brutally hot summer and we delayed this session a little bit for the […]ReplyCancel

  • St. Louis Maternity Photography | Pregnancy Glow - […] you add just the perfect lighting during those magical hours of the day, it’s just heavenly! This portrait session took place in August. We had a brutally hot summer and we delayed this session a little bit for the […]ReplyCancel

I had the opportunity to photograph the most amazing family this morning. Isaiah’s mom is the sister of one of my dear clients (Ben’s mommy from the “Ben & Trains” blog post). I had heard a lot about Isaiah and his adoption, so I was thrilled when I found out that I would get to photograph him and his parents! He is such the sweetest baby and his mommy and daddy just adore him. This lil’ man turned eight months this past week and it was the perfect time to capture him crawling, giggling and snuggling with his family. They are truly blessed to have each other!

St. Louis Family Portrait Photographer - Yvonne Niemann Photography

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Ben is all about trains and other modes of transportation, so it made perfect sense to hold his second birthday photography session at the Museum of Transportation in Kirkwood, MO. We were able to keep his attention much longer than at a regular park and we got his true personality to shine through while keeping things sentimental for the family. He is quite the inquisitive lil’ boy who is showing his independence already. He will be a big brother in a short few months and I can wait to see how the two siblings interact!

St. Louis Family Portrait Photographer - Yvonne Niemann Photography

Kirkwood Child Photographer at Museum of Transportation - Yvonne Niemann Photography

Kirkwood Family Photographer - Yvonne Niemann Photography

 

St. Louis Child Photographer - Yvonne Niemann Photography

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  • Lila - Gorgeous!! The navy/blues combo looks great on this family, very complementary – kudos to the family for great clothing choices! Love the clarity and tones in these, Yvonne – simply beautiful work!!ReplyCancel

  • St. Louis Family Portrait Photographer | Now there's THREE! - […] morning. Isaiah’s mom is the sister of one of my dear clients (Ben’s mommy from the “Ben & Trains” blog post). I had heard a lot about Isaiah and his adoption, so I was thrilled when I found out […]ReplyCancel

  • Beth - What fun photos! Great job!ReplyCancel

  • Emmy - Oh I love these – especially the bw shots with the train – so great!ReplyCancel

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