Vibrant Maternity session of Rancho Cucamonga Residents in Anaheim hills by San Bernardino Photographer

Vibrant Maternity and family session in the Anaheim hills by San Bernardino photographer, Nature’s Reward Photography

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The most loving GrandParent and Grand Children Portrait photography session in Redlands, Ca. by San Bernardino Maternity, Newborn and Family photographer

These beautiful grandchildren and their very lucky grandparents in a lifestyle approach and portrait approach portrait session

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Newborn Baby Boy born the week of Christmas by San Bernardino Photographer done in In-Home Studio

I have been posting gorgeous images of this baby boy all over social media but have yet to share him here.  I used to be so scared of newborn photography and the responsibility it was to preserve the memories of some one's brand new baby.  The idea that these are some of the most important portraits a mother can own...  My goodness it is a lot.

Some sessions I feel like I rock them.  That everything went so well.  This was one of those sessions.  The baby was a little over 8 pounds of baby boy goodness and chunk of love sweetness.  He slept.  He was content.  And oh did I enjoy him.  Parents wish to remain anonymous.  But here are his amazing portraits.  

Wasn't he just so scrumptious?!  Oh I struggled to not cuddle him and squeeze him.  He is stunning.  Love the mix of portraiture and documentary.  You are seeing retouched and soft edit images.  Some left in all their natural goodness and others retouched.  

Please leave some love for this baby boy! 

Beautiful Thanksgiving weekend Mom and Me Photography session in Anaheim by San Bernardino Family Photographer

There are many ways in which people become "successful."  Now I don't want to define hat successful to me means.  As that is another discussion.  What I want to focus on is the success I have had finding my style, finding my voice in photography.  Over the years I expect my voice or song ebb and flow, but in order to find it you must first have some training.   My training, my editing mentor, and funding board is a wonderful woman and excellent photographer.  She creates stunning portraits and has given me so much of her time and energy teaching me how to hone in the vision.  She is a big reason why I didn't give up.  She was a big reason I didn't let my failures wane on my drive.  Jennifer of Jennifer Whilhite Photography  is among my favorite people in the world. 

We had the opportunity to meet up during thanksgiving weekend.  We shot for each other and she let me use her canon 70-200mm lens.  More on that later.  I needed new headshots for this website- something that truly shows who I am.  And she was wanting some portraits of her with her children.  She offered some guidance with the beast lens.  A lens I struggled to hold.  My first time with the lens and I was under the gun of my mentor.  She was graceful and kind.  I missed a few shots, and I messed others up. I have decided it is not the lens for me.  However, when I did rock the shot it was truly amazing. 

Here are the favorites from this session.  


I want to thank Jennifer for giving me the honor to create for her.  For witnessing her play with her children.  It was truly a sight to behold.  


Creek Sessions In the San Bernardino Mountains

Summer Creek Mini Sessions Are Now Booking!   Limited Spots, 2 days Only!  Amazing Discount!  

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