Wednesday, October 1, 2014


It's amazing to think that exactly 3 months ago from his birth day, we were taking pregnancy photos of Cohen's Mom and Dad!  He was just 1/3 of his current size and comfy-cozy at a toasty 98.6 degrees inside Mom.

The photo session started a little rough because the little guy was a little fussy... swaddling, feeding, holding... nothing worked.  Then it hit me.  more heat!  After all, I believe it was only a mere 85 degrees and sweltering in the room already.  So I turned up the heat a little more and within seconds, he turned into jello.  We cruised through the rest of the session and he did great!  According to his Dad, "heat" was Cohen's kryptonite.  We all have our weaknesses...

Here were the before pictures...

...and after when the heat was turned to near-nuclear levels.

All images taken with the Nikon D600, Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8G lens and Nikon 60mm f/2.8G Micro lens. Nikon's CLS system was also used with 2 SB-900s reflected into umbrellas and the SU-800 commander unit.
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