The number one question I’ve received since opening Ann Leonard Photography is “What should I wear?” The truth is that there isn’t a single right answer to this question. It depends on the type of session, the season, and a lot about you. However, in the effort to create a place for you to startContinue reading “5 Things to Wear for a Fall Photo Session”
Welcome, Tallulah. You have so much beauty to share with the world, and the world has so much to share with you. May you enjoy a life time of adventure and love.
Sometimes a little post shoot bribery is necessary, and for this loving family, an after session dinner proved the perfect family time and in-session motivation for some genuine enthusiasm. For those on the spectrum, interaction comes hard. Smiles are harder, and eye contact might just be the worst. However, hamburgers seem to remain a universalContinue reading “Hamburgers & the Art of the Smile”
There’s a rock at a local park that had been begging me to shoot a silhouette style photo on it for awhile now. I’m pretty happy with the results, and I thought you might like to give silhouette photography the old DIY try. Unfortunately, when you google how to create a silhouette, the first linksContinue reading “Top 5 Tips for Creating Stunning Silhouettes”
Now Booking Back 2 School Minis Is the summer really over? Not quite, but school is on the horizon. Kids change so quickly; take the time to document who they are as they enter into the new school year. These shots are from a backyard back to school session I had the pleasure to shootContinue reading “Boston Back 2 School: Malden, MA”
This lovely earth goddess deserves more than an Instagram square. Doesn’t this photo just demand to breathe–unconstrained in its efflorescent glory? But alas, despite Instagram’s brilliant upgrade to non-squarable photos, the thumbnails reduce this lady’s brilliance to mere beauty. Such is the first world pain of the forced crop. Perhaps one day I will admitContinue reading “The Force of the Crop”
I understand why most people seem to prefer color: it’s what we see, but I’ll probably always be a sucker for a good black and white image. I began my photography journey in a university dark room. My path has been far from straight, but it was in that dark room that I fell inContinue reading “Black and White Wednesday”
Yesterday was my first romp around the Charles– I have lived near Boston for 10 years. I’ll admit to having driven along both Storrow and Memorial Dr., but I never really wandered. I never really enjoyed this pleasure right here in my own backyard. That’s one of the things I love most about this job:Continue reading “The Unexplored: Love on the Charles”
I’ll admit to prompting and posing this couple, but these looks of love were all their own.