Monthly Archives: December 2012

Goodbye 2012, Hello 2013

With year 2012 coming to a close, 123 Photography is grateful to have met many wonderful clients this year. 123 Photography started operations officially over a year ago, and we are thankful for the valuable feedback and compliments over our work, motivating us to keep doing better.

A rough count showed up to 50 photo shoots this year, with 25 maternity photography, 10 newborn photography, 6 kids photography, 5 family photography and 2 baby shower photography, a satisfying number considering no advertising was done for the first half of the year. We would like to give our heartfelt thanks to the clients who went on to introduce our services to their friends and families.

Looking forward, we are committed to capturing more unforgettable moments and create cherished memories in the years to come.

Hereby, 123 Photography would like to wish everyone a Prosperous Year 2013.

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Scott Family From Australia

Photography is glad to be chosen to create Trea Scott’s family portraits, as a memento for their life here in Singapore before going back to Australia for good. The request was to have Singapore skyline as backdrop as well as places depicting the essence of Singapore. After taking the various preferences and factors into consideration, Marina Barrage and Club Street were chosen.

Coincidentally, the makeup artist that was assigned, was later discovered to be a good friend of Trea, what a small world.

Below are some images to share.

Makeup by: Yilee

Darren (123 Photography)

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Make your Baby’s Portraiture Last

Our fondest memories of growing up are not only at their most beautiful when cherished, but also when they’re captured. Not only do we love telling and hearing stories from when we were kids; more than anything else, we also take pleasure in taking a trip down the memory lane by browsing photographs of our past, carefree years of childhood. The same is true for our babies once we become parents. We can now fully grasp and appreciate the idea of making priceless keepsakes through snapshots that capture how our kids look from when they were born and then saving it for later, when they’re old enough to look back on it. This concept of timelessness that transcends generations is the basic reason why more and more people are discovering the beauty of baby photography—because really, is there anything else more adorable and cuter in the world than baby pictures?

Professional photography for babies is not only enjoying tremendous popularity as a trend these days because of the accessibility of studios and expert photographers offering these services but also mostly because of the playful, creative quality that radiates from the beautifully-shot pictures being produced. Ranging from dramatic to quirky humour overtones, capturing baby pictures is a unique way of preserving the youthful, individual charms of infants. Doting parents are usually presented with a variety of options on how they would like to have their babies be photographed. In some cases, parents can decide or are encouraged to go and develop a concept of their own, and then these ideas are later enhanced for a more cohesive output. As a family activity, it is also a productive and fun way to bond and spend time together; babies are exposed earlier to being trained and adapting to people. Through artistic styling and conceptualization, baby photography has evolved into a well-loved medium for parents wanting to preserve the vivid details of their most precious ones’ early years.

Time is indeed fleeting; before our very eyes, children are growing up faster than we ever wanted them to be, and although we could never really slow down their advancement in years and ages, what we could do now is to start preserving their memories early, so that we will not miss anything significant. For all of these, baby photography is definitely the answer in making the most out of the fondest memories we would like to keep forever.

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