Baby Emma {Newborn Photographer}

Meet little Emma. Emma is only 4 days old and she is one curious little girl. Durning her portrait session, Emma had her eyes open and moved around a lot. Not to mention she actually held her head up! Yes, she actually held her head up. Here is an adorable portrait of Emma all tuckered out.

Lisa Crispo is an on location professional photographer specializing in boutique style portraits of newborns, babies, children, maternity, families, and small weddings.

Lisa Crispo services Southern Ontario including Bolton, Caledon, Etobicoke, GTA, King City, Kleinburg, Maple, Nobleton, Oakville, Toronto, Vaughan ,Woodbridge and Cottage Country

Baby Matthew {Newborn Photographer}

 

Last week I had the pleasure of photographing Matthew. Matthew is only 7 days old in these photos. He was the quietest baby I have ever photographed. I couldn’t believe he didn’t make a peep during the photo session.

I have to say I’m so glad I have ditched the props and went back to my original way of photographing newborn babies where it is all about the baby!

I’m glad to be back.

Lisa Crispo is an on location professional photographer specializing in boutique style portraits of newborns, babies, children, maternity, families, and small weddings.

Photos for Christmas? {Toronto Family Photographer}

 

I always find it hard to buy Christmas gifts for my parents.  Parents usually have everything!

Not too long ago, I was on the phone with my mom and she gave me a NOT so subtle hint for a Christmas gift.  She told me that she is making space on her photo ledge! My sister just had a conversation with my dad yesterday about a photo of the grandchildren. He told her that he put up the beautiful canvas we gave them for Christmas last year BUT his new 6 month old granddaughter is not in the portrait. Hint, Hint!

I think once you are a grandparent, all you want are photos of your grandchildren.  Am I wrong?

Photos make a great gift for any occasion.  I turned 40 this year and all I wanted was a family portrait.  I tried planning for this past spring but I couldn’t get my act together with finding the right outfits for our session.  Enough was enough and I decided that this past weekend would be the perfect time to attempt taking our family portrait.  So, in between photo sessions on Saturday I hit the stores for some outfits. After a lot of back and forth, I did it!  On Sunday afternoon we head up to Drysdale’s farm to cut down our first Christmas tree and I brought my camera and a tripod.  I couldn’t be happier with the results.

I’ll be printing and framing these for my parents for Christmas and a few for myself too!