Family Photography | Hein Family

Family not only need to consist of merely those whom we share blood, but also for those whom we’d give blood.’ – Charles Dickens

Meet the Hein family! They no all about this saying by Charles Dickens. Man they are living it!

Tiffini was very specific when se contacted me about a family photography session. First I could not understand why but after some discussions it was very clear to me that this woman and her family are special!!! Incredible actually! Inspiring!

You see, this family is not just Dad, Mom, a little girl and a little boy, but there are 3 other babies whom they love as much as their own!

As you can imagine, a photo session with 5 kids under 5 can be a little unpredictable, and of course we had a few acrobats in the trees as well, but the love I witness here was incredible!

There is a saying by Maya Angelo that goes

What I love most about my home is who I share it with” 

Hein bunch you are owning Maya Angelo’s words! Thank you for being so amazing and what you guys are doing out there! You are an inspiration!

xXx
Sam

*Images of the littlest ones are deliberately not included for safety reasons.

 

Family Photography | Dreyer Family

It is a happy talent to know how to play.  ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

As they say there is a first for everything. This was the very first time I had to incorporate a grass cutting machine into my a family photography session. Looking through these images of the Dreyer family reminds me of the quote on top. “It is a happy talent to know how to play.”

This boy have loads of talent in that department and he kept me on my toes…. He loves all things boy! I had a hard time getting any shots unless he was busy with something wheels. As long as it turns he is happy and all smiles. O yes the only other thing he thoroughly enjoys are his cousins!

Odette and Christy you are dear friends to my heart. Enjoy playing with this special little man.

xXx
Sam

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Lifestyle Family Photography | Kleynhans Family

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“Life is not perfect but it has perfect moments”- Unknown

I had the privilege to spend some time with the Kleynhans family. Working with their beautiful images from our lifestyle family session, made me think of all the moments we plan. The time and effort we put into planning our daily routines and lives.

The hard work it is to plan these days, the hard work it is to keep to these schedules. The utter chaos it sometimes creates should one not keep to these demanding time lines. The little time we have left just to be. Just to have a moment…..

I was lucky enough to capture a few moments with this lifestyle family session, as there always seems to be a fair bit of “unplanned” when you have little kids around. You can plan all you want with a two year old in mind. It never, never turns out exactly as you hoped.

“The hallmark of the perfect moment is that it is unplanned. It is unexpected, and it shows up to remind you to quit planning and start savouring.” Whitney English

I have already burdened my planner with places to be and people to see this year but are rethinking a couple of entries just to make space for moments. Moments that I can hold my plans loosely, moments that I might stumble into the perfect moment….

xXx
Sam

 

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Lifestyle Family Photography | Keys Family

“Laughter is the sound of the soul dancing” – Jarod Kintz

Looking through this lifestyle family session of souls dancing, you can’t help but smile!

Elizabeth & Terence are particularly special to me. I’ve known Elizabeth for 20 years! Yes 20 and NO we are not old yet! We met when we were 14 years old and have been friends ever since!

Terence has always been the quieter one of the two, which I guess gives balance to his crazy wife and is a perfect fit as a Data Steward Manager. Having a specific role in incorporating processes, policies, guidelines and responsibilities for administering organizations’ entire data in compliance with policy and/or regulatory obligations, is an incredibly demanding job. With an average of 14 hour days 6-7 days each week, seeing and spending quality time with his family is a commodity for this IT Specialist.

Elizabeth holds down the world around them and not only juggles her own full time job but also her very successful Beauty Salon. Up by 4 a.m. everyday, she works and juggles kids activities. Despite their demanding schedules and the ever elusive way time seems to fly, they make the most of every single moment they have together. When family time is a commodity, soaking up the moments is all the more of a priority.

Elizabeth is a goofball. She and Hailey are two peas in a pod. Megan is the athlete of the family and are doing incredibly well in every single thing she competes in.

When we chatted about their lifestyle family portraits we knew we wanted to capture a piece of their real life – those private moments of family silliness when they are just having fun! I wanted to create a photo session environment that was comfortable and casual to allow their personalities to truly shine through. And that’s exactly what we got when we visited the theme park!

Often times my clients call my lifestyle family sessions ‘play sessions’ which I find quite amusing! And quite honestly, this session is by far one of my favourite portrayals of the candid style of photography I enjoy. I want to capture art, gorgeously painted with my clients laughter and giggles.

So we rode the carousel and jumped, we danced and turned upside down to capture the real personalities of The Keys Family. Megan is at that age that little girls love to “POSE” for the camera, getting those real smiles becomes a lot more difficult, but we managed a few 😉 Hailey on the other hand could not care less, she just wanted to have fun on the rides. We made a deal that if she had some fun with me on camera first, she could have a blue Slushy and her ‘OWN’ bag of popcorn! That seem to do the trick and we had plenty of fun on and off camera!

It’s these moments that we want our kids to see decades from now so that they KNOW they were truly loved and adored!

xXx
Sam

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Christening | Martehelie

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“Even the sun directs our gaze away from itself and to the life illumined by it” – Eberhard Arnold

I always struggle a little bit when I write a blog post as I’m much better at telling stories with my camera than I am with my pen. Marthelie’s christening was no different.

A christening to me is one of those very personal happenings in a persons life. The little child’s life as well as the parents. It’s intimate, it’s sacred and not really something that I am able to describe in words. What I can however put in words is Matthew 5:16.

16 In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.”

I found the beautiful words of a song from Lauren Daigle – “Salt & Light” that is based on
Matthew 5:13-16.

Oh the beauty of the King
You make righteous those who seek
You have written and redeemed my story

Let my eyes see Your kingdom shine all around
Let my heart overflow with passion for Your name
Let my life be a song, revealing who You are
For You are salt and light

Oh the love that set me free
You bring hope to those in need
You have written and redeemed my story

Let my eyes see Your kingdom shine all around
Let my heart overflow with passion for Your name
Let my life be a song, revealing who You are

For You are salt and light
You are love’s great height
You are deep and wide
A consuming fire

You are salt and light
You are love’s great height
You are deep and wide
A consuming fire

Let my eyes see Your kingdom shine all around
Let my heart overflow with passion for Your name
Let my life be a song, revealing who You are
For You are salt and light
You are salt and light
For You are salt and light
For You are salt and light

You can listen to it here – Salt & Light

Little Marthelie, may you always walk in Matthew 5:16.

xXx
Sam

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Newborn Photography │ Luan Viljoen

Newborn Photography

“You don’t choose your family. They are God’s gift to you, as you are to them.” ~Desmond Tutu

Having your newborn photography session is hard work, but this little guy was just amazing and handled it like a pro! He was just one happy content bub that loved being cuddled by his new family.

Little Luan was born a few weeks ago (If you missed the blog post on his birth click HERE) to Dad Rickus, Mom Tharina and Big Brother Rian. He is adored and loved, as you will see in the images below, and completes the circle of family for the Viljoens. I loved spending time with them and his dad was a blast to photograph!

He is not only a gift to his own family, but also to mine.

The Viljoen family might not be blood related but they are a blessing from above and part of my Family

Our family started out on a couple of KTM motorbikes (you’ll see some motorbike accessories in the pictures below ;)) and grew to a family of friends that have been irreplaceable in the past 2 years. The dads of the family will get together early Saturday mornings on their orange machines and meet up afterwards for a braai with the wives and kids. (I’ll do a post on the orange machines in the new year and tell you all about the purpose of these weekly motorbike meetings)

We have all prayed and hoped for little Luan, and now that he is here we can’t thank God enough for this little soul! He has changed his mom and dad’s lives already and have captured the hearts of many.

Little Luan Viljoen, may you always know how loved and treasured you are, how adored and special and may you keep on touching lives around you as you have already done in this short, short time you have been a part of our journey on earth.

Love you lots Viljoen’s, thanks for being the special friends to my family that you are!!!

xXx
Sam

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Newborn Photography | Skylar Howarth

“All the stars in the universe danced on the day you were born….” – Unknown

For those who don’t know, a rainbow baby is a child who is born after a miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant/child loss — the rainbow after the storm. Newborn Skylar is a Rainbow Baby and I found this letter to the parents of a rainbow…

“Dear Rainbow Mom & Dad,

Congratulations on your newborn baby! I know how hard it was to announce this baby, the complicated mix of jubilation and guilt. You want to be excited about this new life, but you want to be respectful toward the life who is no longer here.

This is the tightrope you’ll walk down for the rest of your life, but it will get easier.

It’s OK to be afraid. It’s OK to take it day-to-day. It’s even OK if you’re not excited. You’ve learned, in the worst possible way, that nothing in life is guaranteed. But it’s also OK to have hope, and make plans. Yes, the baby deserves that, but so do you.

A baby after loss is scary. Be kind to yourself. Accept help when it is offered, and ask for it when you need it, even if it seems outlandish.

There will, of course, be people who assume that with the arrival of a newborn baby, you are “better.” They won’t get why you’re “still sad.” There will be others who think you’re a terrible person for daring to go forward with your life, as if having another baby means you’re replacing the one who is gone. These people will never understand.

Aren’t they lucky? Ignore them.

Life can still be good (even great) after unthinkable loss.

Every day, you will be able to breathe a little bit deeper. Every day, you’ll love your babies — all of them — just a little bit more, until one day, that love overtakes the pain.

Congratulations on your beautiful rainbow.”

If you have missed this rainbows birth, you can view it here BIRTH. Their beautiful slideshow can be viewed here SLIDESHOW

xXx
Sam

(Extracts from Huffington Post – To the mother of a rainbow baby)

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Vbac Birth Photography | Welcome Skylar

“It is said that women in labour leave their bodies… they travel to the stars to collect the souls of their babies, and return to this world together.” – Anonymous

First I think I have to explaining what a VBAC birth is. You will then understand the incredible strength this mom has shown throughout her delivery. VBAC stands for Vaginal Birth After Caesarean section. It’s the term used when you give birth vaginally, having had at least one baby born by caesarean section. There is risk involved here, however many women feel robbed after an unplanned C-section. Having a VBAC birth give them their power back.

This is the story of baby Skylar being collected in the stars and brought back to this world ….

Charlotte, Bruce and I met for coffee about 2 weeks before her due date. Now normally by this time (around 38 weeks) I am already on standby and we have done our “meet and greet”.

Once you meet Charlotte, your will understand that “normally” and Charlotte just don’t fit in the same sentence. I was taken by her strength, courage and determination. And knew that if anybody can deliver this rainbow baby* through VBAC it will be her.

This mom was in no rush to have her baby and she wanted her to “bake” as long as possible. There were also a couple of anniversaries her mom wanted her to miss, like her great grandmothers passing. Charlotte wanted her daughter to have her own special day.

Never the less by 42 weeks we all got a little impatient with this baby…. but she just needed a day or 2 more. At around 03:00 Wednesday morning things started to happened and by 06:00 Charlotte knew it was early labour and contacted her midwife. She was only 1cm dilated by the time they got to hospital at around 9 and decided that a few more hours of home labour sounded much better than an overdue hospital stay. They would return at around15:00 for a check up unless labour progress significantly.

Charlotte is a seamstress so she went about doing some work in between contractions. By 13:30 her water broke but she calmly first took a shower and then a lovely relaxing bath. Hubby timing the contractions. I met them at the hospital around 16:00 and we went to the birthing house around the corner from the hospital. She was dilated around 4cm and active labour would start anytime.

Just after 18:00, we were back at the hospital and contractions were intense enough that she knew her baby was on her way. Surrounded by her midwife, husband, mother and two sisters, she breathed, moaned, and visualized the clouds of Paris to get through particularly painful contractions. “We move in a pack” her mother said to me.

Bruce and the women in her life stood by her side, rubbing her back as she rocked, sat, and walked, trying to get the baby to move into position. Somewhere along the way she got in the bath for the 2nd time, working with each contraction. Riding each wave, bringing her baby closer.

Five hours later her midwife suggest more movement to help get this baby earth side. Charlotte was tiring as she spend some time in the birth chair. Bruce right behind her, her midwife right in front, coaching and soothing. You could see her reaching deep inside, reaching for strength that she did not feel and could not comprehend.

She was moved to a squatting position next to her bed, her sisters taking turns holding her hands, encouraging, comforting and motivating her to reach even deeper. She got terrible calve cramps that just showed how exhausted her body was.

After 4 hours of pushing, she was ready to give up. She wanted out… her body was tired, her mind forgot all the techniques and methods she wanted to apply. She could not stand the pain any longer. She wanted SOMEBODY to do something. But within minutes she realised that no one could do anything. It was up to her, and solely her, to push this baby out.

She closed her eyes and reached into the darkness, into reserves she did not know she had, in order to bring her daughter into the world. At 04:20 am Skylar was born Kiwi assisted. A successful by VBAC.

If you have missed their birth slideshow, click HERE for the link

xXx
Sam

 

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*a rainbow baby is a child who is born after a miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant/child loss — the rainbow after the storm.

 

C-Section Birth Photography | Sharlette Rose

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“Where there is great love there are always miracles.” –   Willa Cather

There aren’t many mothers who will say that a c-section was what they had first envisioned when they thought about giving birth. This was also not Sharlene’s birth plan but by the time we were finalising birth photography we both knew it would be C-section Birth Photography.

A c-section is a medical necessity in the best of situations; in the worst cases, it can be due to the outdated practices of a doctor or his/her desire for convenience.

Some c-section mamas have weeks to mentally prepare for a change in their plans, but many only have days, hours, or minutes. Suddenly, everything she envisioned when meeting her child has changed. Her birth plan has been thrown out the window. Surgery lies before her. She doesn’t know how long she’ll have to wait after birth before she holds her baby in her arms.

We humans don’t tend to do well in situations of sudden change. And yet c-section mamas find a way to let go of their pride and connect with an inner-strength that allows them to enter the OR and give birth to their child.

And then the actual surgery happens. The actual cutting and suturing. Full recovery often takes months. And while most of us would like to curl up with a bowl of ice cream and a stack of movies after a major surgery, c-section mamas do just the opposite. They nurture and love and bond with their needy, beautiful babies. Their “great love” making “miracles” happen.

Emotionally and physically, these women are SO strong. And this strength isn’t just necessary on delivery day; this strength must endure in the weeks and months and years ahead – as their bodies and souls heal, crafting new dreams with their little ones in their arms.

I share with you these beautiful pictures of a person becoming a dad, a courageous mother, nuturing and loving their little princess, living miracles everyday because of their “GREAT LOVE”

xxx
Sam

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Newborn | David Böhmer

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“Never let the odds keep you from doing
what you know in your heart you were meant to do.”
-H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

You have met David already, if you have missed it here is his Fresh 48. He was extremely chilled during this whole newborn session. He gave a few moans when we fiddled too much and he needed some milk but overall a sweet, happy, content baby. Any photographers dream for a newborn session.

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How do we get to be content? Content with life, in a state of peaceful happiness……?       Now this, will never happen if you live to be someone you are not meant to be.

This is your life. Do what you love, and do it often. If you don’t like something, change it. If you don’t like your journey, embark on a new one. If you are looking for the love of your life, stop; they will be waiting for you when you start loving yourself. Stop over-analyzing, life is simple. All emotions are beautiful and deserve to be heard. When you eat, appreciate every last bite. Open your mind, arms, and heart to new things and people; we are united in our differences. Ask the person next to you what their passion is and share your inspiring dream with them. Travel often; getting lost will help you find yourself. Some opportunities only come once, seize them. Life is about the people you meet and the things you create with them, so go out and start creating. Live your dream and wear your passion. And lastly, live and love in the truth.

I am still learning what contentment for me will be, but I am enjoying the adventure along the way. I don’t know what my future holds and no matter how hard I try I won’t know until I get there. I’m learning to live for today because yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. And today? Today is a gift. That’s why we call it the present.

Dietmar, Linda and newborn David, enjoy every moment of this adventure. May you always be happy and content!

xxx
Sam

 

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