Drew Gregory Photography | Calgary wedding & event photographer - kids

By: Drg Photography  09-12-2011

Posted on December 3, 2009

I must say, I truly love photographing kids! Their emotion and reactions are to pure and real, happy is really happy, sad involves tears, and babies = great expressions pre and post puking This session was no exception, although we did manage to avoid tears. Here’s a few more of my favourites from the Elliott’s family christmas photo shoot 2009 edition:


Stop for a quick clean up;

And were off!

Well not so much… out the nose, she’s spent!

Lastly, one of the coolest play rooms & a very proud 3 year old!

Thanks to the Elliott’s for sharing a few hours out of their day, you guys were awesome!

Posted on November 27, 2009

Just a real quick post from a shoot I did this morning. A’s 5 month old little sister ‘skipped’ her nap this morning, but put on a great show! Big A’s got a birthday coming up  soon here he’s turning 3!!!

Stay tuned more to come in the next few days!


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