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Eco-Politan Store: Baby Photography

Recently, we had a chance to work with an amazing person, Robin Morris who owns a store in Denver that specializes in selling modern cloth diapers and the latest ECO-friendly gear for little babies.
We collaborated with Robin and organized a photo shoot for the anniversary of the Eco-Politan store. If you happen to visit the store (located near Lakewood Commons), you will see that Robin likes to showcase real babies, who wear cloth diapers and use Eco-Politan products.


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February 7, 2011 - 12:03 am

Irina - Hi,
greate job, guys! Children Photography is a very specific kind of photography. Could you tell as well about the process of finding and choosing baby models and how to get parents permission and all that had to do with it…Thank you!

February 7, 2011 - 1:24 am

Stanislav Stresnjak - Pictures are amazing! I like also your (and Nasim 🙂 other pictures, but have to say it now 🙂 Bravo!

February 7, 2011 - 2:57 am

Sam - Great job!
Could you please share technical details.. What did you use?

February 7, 2011 - 11:54 am

Brea - I really like the first girl -but then I guess I’m a little biased there ;p

Great job with the “framed” images though, it was cool to see how you did the frames during the shoot and then the end result.

February 7, 2011 - 12:06 pm

jen - You guys did an amazing job! I cannot wait to get the disk!!! My little girl is the one in the pink and brown polka dot diaper!

February 7, 2011 - 1:40 pm

Brea - She is so cute! The look on her face in that second one is precious!

February 8, 2011 - 11:07 am

Jennifer - Wonderful job! It was such a great experience. You were able to capture my son just as we see him every day! (He is the little boy with the surprised expression holding the frame- Blue diaper. As well as the little boy with the black butterfly wings).

February 24, 2011 - 5:48 pm

heidi - These pictures are incredible. Would you mind to share the technical details- what you used for the background (I love the way all you see is baby and you do not see the background), what kind of lighting, lens settings, etc…
thank you

Kissing Tree: Lola loves Nasim

I frequent wedding, photography blogs to get inspired and feel all the love they pour in their blog sphere. Although I do not have many blogs that can truly inspire me, I have collected the ones that call my name over and over again. One of the blogs I really like is Elizabeth Messina’s Kiss the Groom blog. Simply gorgeous! I read every entry as if I am reading a book with a great story line and a beautiful ending. Although I am not a great writer and at times writing in English gets a little hard for me, people like Elizabeth give me much hope.

Anyway! I just finished my work cut out for today and decided to browse E.M’s blog. While browsing I came across The Kissing Tree. I am surprised that I haven’t seen it before (considering how conveniently it is located on the upper menu bar). Keeping my husband in mind I typed…his name. Within a second a received a beauty:

Kissing tree #3


I feel I am right where I want to be…With a perfect family for me, photographing the process of creation of other families!

Off to take care of my gang 🙂

Lola Loves Nasim

Big O’s Birthday and Raspberries

Omar turned 4! He is a big boy now and I promised him that big boys get to make their own menu. Interesting how by 4 they already know what they want, how they want it to be done and how it all needs to be executed. He started with wanting a raspberry cheesecake, went on rambling about how he really wanted Japanese raspberry mochi ice cream and how his dad promised to take him to Dave and Buster’s on his birthday. He also reminded me that his little brother likes raspberry mousse cake a lot. When I asked what he wanted for dinner, he firmly replied: noodle soup, with some meat and egg noodles (that being his favorite Korean noodle soup, Kuksi) Done! Done! and Done!

Omar is growing up way too fast (not to mention his little brother). Thank God for the camera and the opportunity we have to preserve small, precious, naive, happy memories.

Oh-so-famous Raspberry Mousse Cake!

I let him pick out the candles to light up the cake. Oh, he was so proud of his decision and kept on bragging about how nicely golden they all looked. He couldn’t wait to put them all to work. From here I will let the pictures tell the story…

Happy birthday, my little, big man! Mommy loves you!

February 4, 2011 - 10:20 am

Munisa - vachaaach, rasmla zo’rku!

February 4, 2011 - 12:40 pm

Guzal - Pozdravlyayu :). Katta bola bo’lsin.

Svechkala buncha ko’p :P?

June 2, 2011 - 8:27 pm

Nilufar - Can I have a recipe, please?!
Please, please, please~

Lola, you are so wonderful lady and I really like your shots and recipes! 🙂

June 2, 2011 - 8:28 pm

Nilufar - Btw, Happy bday to your son! =)

Featured: COUTUREcolorado

For much of delight of everyone, who worked on the style photo shoot with me, we got featured in COUTUREcolorado, one of a kind Colorado wedding inspiration blog. The founder of this blog, Laura Dombrowski is also a photographer. Being picked to be featured in her blog means a lot to me.

From the bottom of my heart, I thank every single Colorado vendor who helped me during this photo shoot!



Personal Headshot Session

I’ve been working with CRAVE Denver – an urban girl’s guide to all that you CRAVE for the past 3 months and have been loving every second of it. As a photographer, I took pictures of businesses run by women, later providing the images to CRAVE designers and earned myself a spot in the book.

Having a spread in the book meant that I needed to get my headshots taken, BY ANOTHER photographer. As a photographer yourself, you might ask, don’t you have headshots ready? I am not sure how many photographers have their headshots ready and going, or how many photographers out there actually like to be photographed. The cobbler’s children go unshod, shoe maker without a shoes… are probably about me!

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January 28, 2011 - 10:21 pm

Sh. - I loved the first image. Gives some sort of a feeling of a mystery and beauty. And it is more clear on your facial features. I wish you were holding your jacket like in the second one though. Second one makes you look young, full of energy and enthusiasm. Both are great shots, but if I were you I would try someone else than your hubby (no offense, he did a great job). Someone who does not know you as close personally, may capture you with different angle (perspective, view..etc) not only technically but also emotionally (I believe that camera captures not only what is on the view but also what is on the photographer’s mind).