If you follow me on Instagram, I’m sure you’ve seen hundreds of photos (and videos) of my little ones. I don’t mean to annoy you with their selfies… I just love capturing moments before my little ones grow up so that when Daddy A and I grow old, we will have memories we can go back to.
Daddy A always tells me that I should have the photos printed out so we will have actual copies that we can browse through. But, photos captured with a phone are not as nice as the ones taken through a camera (resolution-wise), so we never got around to actually printing them out.
Then the idea of getting a family portrait came to mind. That’s when I found Le Petit Studio Manila, a Makati-based studio that offers prenuptial, predebut and family shoots. The studio has more than 10 themed walk-on sets and tons of props to choose from. So whether you want a classy or elegant feel to your photos or would rather go for a whimsical or hip theme, Le Petit Studio Manila has it!
While Daddy A and The Little Man love getting photographed, The Princess and I are the complete opposite–we are very shy in front of the camera. I swear, I don’t know how to pose nor do I know how to use ‘angles’ so I’d look good in pictures. Oh, how I look awkward in photos!
But, our shoot with Le Petit Studio Manila didn’t turn out that way at all! I love how the photographer allowed us to do our own thing, which resulted to natural-looking photos. I love that instead of choreographing each shot, they just captured the moment. I also love how well their team handled our two kids who kept crawling and running around the place. :D
Now, onto the fun part (many thanks to Le Petit Studio Manila)…
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