Relaxed, sandy, and full of love. Just a few of the themes found in this family session with fellow film photographer Megan Kawahara and her family.
Set against the crashing waves and foggy skies of the Big Sur coastline, come along as we capture this family ahead of the parent's ten year anniversary.
After the pandemic put a halt on their wedding plans, a sunrise session amongst the waters of Lake Tahoe was just what the doctor ordered.
For this motherhood session with her newborn baby boy, I wanted to do a different take on what is deemed to be the classic newborn photo. No baby swaddled in a furry blanket here. Just mom and her babe in the bare minimum. I wanted to incorporate a 90’s vibe, so we opted for high-cut […]
For this maternity session, we headed to a sprawling wild flower field to capture this glowing mama-to-be and her beautiful, bare baby bump. Taken on a Pentax645 with Fuji400h film.
It’s always an honor when another film photographer asks you to capture their family photos for them. Since meeting Megan of Megan Kawahara Photography, we have become friends in real life (or as the cool kids say it, IRL) and speak constantly about our love towards film. We spent this morning capturing her with her […]
"I only have one real "yearly" request of my family, and that is for someone other than myself to photograph us. I whole-heartedly trust Kristin to do this in the most authentic way. She has an eye for detail that I admire, and her ease with film photography in capturing my children are just a few things I am impressed with."
"Kristin did an incredible job capturing my family! The best part was that it hardly felt like a photoshoot because she made us all feel so comfortable, this is very evident in our photos. She was laid back the entire time and it truly felt like an experience as we enjoyed the beach and each other. Kristin captured each member of my family so well, from the curls of my daughter's hair to my son's expressions and my husband's dimple - the attention to detail and artful approach she takes is worth every penny."