Cathy and Jacklyn and Linda are as close as a mom and daughters can be. They wear matching jade bracelets that they never take off. In fact, it’s impossible to remove them without cutting them off.
It’s funny how often I hear a woman say that she usually hates having her photo taken, but that her experience with me has been different. Maybe it’s because I pose her in the most flattering way possible to show off her best features. Or maybe it’s because she can relax and let my makeup artist and hair stylist take over and make her look and feel gorgeous.
I try to make the studio experience as welcoming and stress-free as possible. Everything is planned in advance and I guide my clients every step of the way so they know what to expect.
If you’d like to schedule a portrait session, please contact me for a complimentary consultation Rebecca@RebeccaLittlePhotography.com
For Mother’s Day, I am teaming up with Marcela of A Moment of Peace in South Pasadena to offer a complimentary massage to anyone who schedules a Mothers Day session.
I treated myself to a birthday massage with Marcela last week and it was so, so good. She worked at Burke Williams Spa in Pasadena for years, then decided to open her own studio. The massage was fabulous and I thought my clients deserved to feel fabulous as well.
The women I photograph are hard-working women, with families and jobs and a lot of stuff on their plates. It’s so important to take care of ourselves and treat ourselves kindly; we need to believe that we deserve nice things.
My Mother’s Day sessions include professional hair and makeup, a wardrobe consultation, an in-person Reveal of your beautiful portraits, and a 30-minute chair massage at the end of your session. My session fee is 250. and includes everything above.
Bring your mom, your daughter, your sister or all three and enjoy the experience together!
I walk you through how to prepare and what to wear. Some women like me to go through their closet with them, and others like to text me images of outfits while they’re out shopping. You decide what works best for you.
It’s so important to me that you love your photographs; I want you to dream and visualize about how you want to be photographed, and then I want to create that for you.
Email me for more information or to schedule a session at Rebecca@RebeccaLittlePhotography.com, or use the contact form above in the upper right corner where it says “Contact”.
Sometimes all we get is that crack in the door.
As my daughters grow up, our interactions become more complicated than, “It’s time to put your shoes on and go to the store; do you want to wear the red shoes or the blue shoes?”
When my daughter was in the bathroom and forgot her towel and I had to hand her one, I lingered and watched her through the crack in the door. To see her body aglow and changing, now that I’ve been banished from knowing what I used to know so intimately, was bittersweet. It was a relationship that was all-encompassing, that swooned with love, that was forged through physical closeness, and then one day, you’re on the outside of the door like Diane Keaton, and Al Pacino will close the door in your face.