These are the final images from my 3-day photoshoot extravaganza from Dublin (see previous posts here, here, here, here and here). I had a great time discovering the hidden treasures of Dublin including this beautiful harbour. Thank you Livi and Alejandro for inviting me and thank you Sebastian for being such a sweetheart! I hope to back soon! 😉
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Remember adorable 6 weeks old baby Sebastian and his beautiful family from Dublin? Sebastian is a real multinational baby! With a half German, half Hungarian mommy and with a daddy from Chile he is scheduled to become an international heartbreaker, no doubt about it! Watch out world! Sebastian’s coming! 😉
I had this preconceived notion of how Ireland will look like and I must admit I have underestimated the beauty of it. Dublin really is like a postcard surrounded by lush green forrests, rocky mountaintops, fluffy clouds and cold winds. For this section of our photoweekend we’ve climbed up to a beautiful mountaintop and I’ve experienced some of the most breathtaking views ever. It left me speechless and I still have a hard time explaining how beautiful it really was so I just let the pictures speak for themselves! 😉
I still have a ton of pictures to show you from Livi & Ale´s family session from Dublin, but these intimate, all white candids shot in their home are probably some of my favorites! I still have a harbour shoot, a mountaintop shoot and some giggly Sebastian shoots in the works but these images are the perfect proof to me that sometimes less is more. LOVE! They are such a beautiful little family and I´m so honored to have been able to spend so much time with them!
I adore the faces Sebastian made while cuddling with mommy! 😉
Father & son… so peaceful and calm!
It’s been a while since I held a newborn in my hands, I almost forgot how sweet they smell, how tiny their fingers are and just how cute they can be. Newborn photography is definitely not as easy as it sounds. If they sleep it’s hard to dress or move them, if they don’t sleep it’s hard to do anything with them really. 😉 Photographing Sebastian was however an incredible experience and her mommy was a great partner in crime to experiment with some unconventional locations and situations and that’s how Sebi has ended up in the garden table as well. CUTE! 😉