If you want to have a baby photoshoot, but don’t yet have a baby, you can do what Jamie Clauss, a professional photographer of parents and their newborns, did. She took adorably ridiculous photos of a couple and their lovely dog instead of a baby.
It took an established 83-year-old photographer Ken Heyman by a great surprise when he found a box full of black and white photos of mothers and their children around the world that he took 50 years ago.
LA-based lifestyle photographer Grace Chon specializes in human and animal portraits an in this amusing photo series called “Zoey and Jasper.” She got her 10-month-old baby boy Jasperto pose with their adopted 7-year-old dog Zoey with matching clothes, hats, glasses and other stylish accessories.
Photographer Karen Wiltshire has come up with a useful and adorable secret for taking adorable portraits of sleeping infants like these. The photographer uses an app on her phone that plays the sound of a blowing hairdryer while she runs her fingers gently over the children's eyelids. With this method, the babies fall asleep in...
Lilly Lang and Leon Mackie, young parents of a 10-month-old baby boy Orson, got completely carried away with their new project. The passionate cinephiles used the cardboard boxes, left after they had moved, to re-enact the most iconic scenes from their favourite movies, only for their kid to star in them this time.
Have you ever wondered what babies dream about? Loving mama Queenie Liao has given us her own take on this questions by illustrating what her own tyke's dreams might look like when he's asleep.
Anthony Stuart and his lovely and magical wife turned their daughter's birth into a fun photo shoot opportunity, casting themselves as an adorable magician's show. At the end of this series, which is called The Magic Show, they pull their cute little newborn rabbit out of the hat and pose for the camera.
Adele Emersen, a Finnish copywriter in advertising, takes pictures of her baby son in various sleeping positions and then draws over adorable details with a pen. Minimalistic and sketch-like drawings of Vincent's businesses make the pictures look unbelievably cute and aesthetic.