So you took hundreds of pictures of the kids over the holidays. And in each and every one their eyes are closed, they’re scowling, they look fuzzy, or, if you’re REALLY lucky, you captured some action shots of them throwing their new Christmas presents at each other, and of the baby spitting up all over your Christmas sweater. Not exactly the photographic keepsakes you were hoping for. It’s time to consult a professional. Luckily, there’s a local solution – Andrea Friedman Photography.
Andrea has been a full-time photographer for a number of years, and specializes in the photography of children, infants, and newborns. Andrea minored in photography in college, and after working in the business world for a decade, decided to return to her true passion. She has turned that passion into a career, and has set up her studio at 29 Alden Street, in the heart of downtown Cranford. She felt her business was the perfect fit for a small-town community with a large number of families with children.
Andrea has two children of her own, and is something of an expert with babies and children. When photographing newborns, Andrea speaks to the parents ahead of time to learn if there are any special props they would like to use, such as handmade blankets, stuffed animals, or an item of particular emotional attachment or meaning. Poses for the baby are chosen based on the consultation with the parents, (the baby’s wakeful state must also be a factor), and babies can be brought to the studio for a photography session as early as two to three weeks old.
In addition to newborn sessions Andrea also does some very special maternity and family sessions. She offers a variety of package pricing, depending on what clients want to purchase. Her business has grown due mostly to word of mouth and customer satisfaction, and has quickly become an important facet of the town.
For more information on Andrea Friedman Photography, visit www.Facebook.com/AndreaFriedmanPhotography , or give her a call at (561)707-9951
And if you still want that action shot of the kids fighting, just don’t delete it from your phone. Just maybe use the PROFESSIONAL shot for the frame on the mantel.