The last family photo session of 2016!

This image of a creative family was taken on the last day of the year 2106 (it was very cold and to play guitars meant to have numb fingers).  Bye, bye!  I welcome a New Year with new plans and excitement for my work as Seattle Family Photographer.  Happy New Year Everyone!  I look forward to seeing you in front of my lens!

Wednesday, January 4th, 2017

Happy Father’s Day from a Seattle Family Photographer

Portrait of a father and the twins.  I created this image during recent family photography session.  Seth is a comedian from LA.  I don’t know when the lemons arrived during the photo session.  I think he brought them and nobody questioned it.  I did my work and he did his work, holding children lovingly and handing them lemons to hold and be intrigued with.  I think, the avocado was introduced first but it did not take.  The bottom line is:  Happy Father’s Day!  Let it be love and light!  Happy Solstice as well.  With much love from a Seattle Family Photographer!

Saturday, June 18th, 2016

Mother’s Day fine art gift from siblings, Seattle, WA

Mother’s Day is approaching.  Three siblings commissioned me for a portrait.  They will choose the best out of many proofs presented.  We will make a large print of it (perhaps 30×40 in size) and frame it gallery style.  The framed portrait will be gifted to their mother on Mother’s Day.  Amazing project and very touching to be working with such thoughtful young people.

Sunday, April 24th, 2016

Seattle Family Photographer and creative children

As a Seattle family photographer I often create visual sketches for my future work with children and families.  This sketch recorded on an iPhone video (link below) happened unexpectedly when I had two visitors while enjoying practicing playing my drum on the beach.  That moment gave me an idea to create few portraits of children playing the drum:

Seattle Family Photographer and creative children

Sunday, April 17th, 2016

Spontaneous Family Portraits, Seattle, WA

Family photography is what I love to do and it happens to be my work!  I am a photographer specializing in spontaneous family portraits.  Photographing children and parents involves both the predictable and the unknown.  My objective in every photo session is to create images that display spontaneity while also expressing the beauty and temperament of the subject. I am not people-shy. I am agile, involved, and active throughout the session.  I focus on the unexpected, humorous, or touching moments that arise during a session.  This spontaneity naturally occurs but can also be instigated through direction by me, the photographer.  Thus I call my style “directed photojournalism”- a balance between the carefree and the guided, with attention to composition and the uniqueness of each subject. All sessions take place under natural light.  Please, take a look at my work:

Spontaneous Family Portraits, Seattle, WA

 

 

Thursday, January 28th, 2016

I wish you….

This is the image that I closed my busy season to as a Seattle Family Photographer.   Now, the New Year 2016 is here.
“May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you’re wonderful, and don’t forget to make some art—write or draw or build or sing or live as only you can. And I hope, somewhere in the next year, you surprise yourself.” ~ Neil Gaiman

The words I will live my 2016 by. Wishing you the same wholeheartedly.

 

Saturday, January 2nd, 2016

Happy Holidays from a Seattle Family Photographer!

This is a time when clients send me their cards created with photos made during our family photography sessions.  With that stated I am pausing for just a bit with US champs of freestyle slalom for the observance of the Holiday time and Winter Solstice.  I welcome more light with each day from now on and gear up for a busy 2016.  But for now:  Happy Holidays from Anita Nowacka Photography!

Wednesday, December 30th, 2015

Professional Photographers and Their Portrait Photography Advice

Proud to be included on The Photo Argus ( a photography resource ) among 15 professional photographers providing their tip or technique when it comes to making portrait images.

Advice from Professional Photographers on The Photo Argus

Saturday, October 24th, 2015

Children portraits, Seattle, WA

What better photo prop then nature itself?  The Lavender Kid I titled this image that marks the end of a glorious Seattle Summer.

Monday, September 21st, 2015

Spontaneous Family Photography, Seattle, WA

Photographing families and children involves both the predictable and the unknown.  My objective in every family photo session is to create images that display spontaneity while also expressing the beauty and temperament of the subject.  I am not people-shy. I am agile, involved, and active throughout the session. I focus on the unexpected, humorous, or touching moments that arise during a session.  This spontaneity naturally occurs but can also be instigated through direction by me, the photographer.  Thus I call my style “directed photojournalism”- a balance between the carefree and the guided, with attention to composition and the uniqueness of each subject.  My family photo sessions take place under natural light.  Photos created during a session are a medley of each child’s individual portraits,  the child(ren) with each family member and the family together.  Please, take a look at this family portrait slideshow:

Spontaneous Seattle Family Photography

Friday, June 5th, 2015