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I apologize for getting so behind with blogging! Between Shavuos, a family simcha, and general end of year craziness, I was thrown off schedule and I’m finally starting to feel like I’m catching up a little. These gorgeous siblings came in for a portrait session with a focus on upsherin pictures. Can you believe how gorgeous they are? Mom coordinated the colors amazingly and everything just worked so perfectly together. Check out the curls (and eyes! and dimple!) on S., the upsherin guy. Pure cuteness right there. And little sis’s personality was way bigger than her adorable grin- which is pretty big! Check out some of our favorites.¬†gorgeous upsherin portrait gorgeous upsherin portrait gorgeous upsherin portrait gorgeous upsherin portrait gorgeous upsherin portrait sibling portrait sibling portrait sibling portrait

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Although I have the patience to get happy expressions from even the hardest child, I didn’t need to work hard with this adorable three year old. We hit it off right away and his totally sweet and cheerful personality made my job really easy. Mom specifically wanted clean, classic, uncluttered portraits so thats the look we went for in the session. The focus goes directly to adorable E.

Since there were so many cute shots I made this little video of our session ūüôā ¬†Hope it makes you smile!

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It’s that time of year again, when lots of turning ¬†three-year-olds come to my studio for a super fun portrait session! ( I wouldn’t be surprised if, after the session, they ask their parents “can we go back to that crazy lady again? You know, the one who danced around with a puppet on her head roaring like a ¬†lion”?) ¬†This beautiful family chose to do a mini session before the haircut and a full family session afterwards, and I just love all the happy, natural shots we got.

Have an upsherin coming up? Call the studio at 917-750-3424 to discuss the portrait experience we can create for your little guy!

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I had the pleasure of photographing the sweetest family recently. Adorable R. is having his upsherin soon and while the focus was mostly on him, we also did some family portraits. You can just feel the love radiating from their portraits.

I always love when the parents join in the session. ¬†Although many times our inclination as moms (and dads too) is to shy away from being in photos, its just really special to have a beautiful family portrait that stops time and captures your family as you are right now…Some people say, oh but then what happens when the family grows and changes? And that, I feel, is precisely the reason TO do family portraits right now. Because your family will never be the same as you are right now! Time passes and you lose the opportunity to capture the now.

The E. family ordered a beautiful wall display featuring a big family portrait in middle and then two smaller ones on the sides of R. with his mom and R. with his dad… and I’m sure they will feel happy every time they walk into the room and see it hanging there.

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Once upon a time there was a three year old boy with a head of beautiful red curls, a deep dimple in each cheek, and the type of personality one would assume goes along with all that. One day, he and his mom went to Rina Schiffman Photography to get some portraits taken before his Upsherin. Rina, a sucker for redheads and with a love for all kids in general, had a blast being wacky and eliciting giggles and smiles and many different expressions from the little boy. She thinks the adorable boy had fun as well.  When the time came to post some sneak peek images on her blog, Rina had a really tough time not posting the entire session. After finally narrowing it down to a few pictures, she perfected them and posted them on her blog.

Rina really loves her job, and wishes the W. family mazel tov and much nachas!

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As soon as this little guy walked into the studio and said hello to me, I knew we were going to have a great session. He is one of the smartest and articulate upsherin boys I’ve photographed – and the first one to ask me about my white balance! (his father enjoys photography) He was so cooperative and you can tell by looking at him that he has a heart of gold. Total sweet heart!

Here are just a couple of his upsherin portraits that I love… Mazal Tov I. family!¬†Upsherin Photographer NY Upsherin Photographer NY Upsherin Photographer NY Upsherin Photographer NY Upsherin Photographer NY

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As 2012 draws to a close, I’d like to share some of my favorite portraits with you. Now if I were to share¬†all¬†my favorites, the slideshow would have been an hour long, but I showed some restraint and just chose a small amount.

I’m incredibly thankful for the great year I’ve had and for how far my business has come. My goals for the coming year are to continue to learn and grow in my photography and to continue to create portraits that not only hold a spot on my client’s walls, but hold a spot in their hearts as well. ¬†Wishing you all a happy New Year filled with continued success!

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