I was very fortunate to attend a workshop held by Meg Bitton Photography - in my opinion one of the top child photographers in the country (I always try and learn from the best :D ). Meg's child portraiture is beautiful and well thought out in both design and execution and I was excited to see how she runs her sessions.
It is not the first time that I have taken a Meg Bitton Workshop, in fact she has been instrumental in the development of my photographic voice. I have taken two month long Journey workshops with her over the past couple of years that really helped me to dig deep and figure out how I want my photography to look, what my voice is in terms of not only what I look for when I take a photograph, but WHY I look for it. Once I understood why, it was like taking the genie out of the bottle and I feel it was a crucial step in developing my voice, and I hope that people can see my voice reflected throughout my photographs in my portfolio.
The photographs below were taken during the workshop - they were styled by Meg and posed by myself and a group of other ladies based upon what Meg had so patiently taught us.