Max came in for photographs with Sarah 6 months ago. Unfortunately, their relationship had ended: and both parties have found new partners.
Sarah came for photographs with Ryan yesterday, and Max has made an appointment to bring the new love of his life for photographs as a Christmas gift. At Kiki’s, we love the way people celebrate with photographs.
The magical surprise engagements that happen in the studio remain splendid and infused with incredible emotion. These random emotions are so raw that you can’t help but be at awe with the excitement that’s taking place in front of you.
New babies get brought to the studio for a celebration of love and lights. Old couples married for many moons and sunrises pop in for a fabulous photo shoot to celebrate their patient love. Growing families come in groups to celebrate the induction of their newest member d they celebrate with a photo shoot.
Our experience with Emily was one of our most memorable encounters. The child just turned three and wanted to come dressed up like a princess. We photographed Emily’s mom when she was 9 months pregnant with her. The mother and daughter bond that our lenses had captured is a testament of how photographs can relay emotions that words of cannot express.
Kiki’s Vintage Studio has an endless list of instances where love was celebrated in front of our cameras.
Another notable moment was when a family had brought their very old granny for a photo shoot. According to them, their granny might not be healthy enough to pose for photos tomorrow. Hence, the rush behind capturing moments with her.
If there’s one thing in common with all of our photos, it is the insatiable love that can be felt by the person looking at that piece of memory. Love is an emotion devoid of shapes and sizes: and that is the same emotion that we love capturing here in Kiki’s Vintage Studio. Love is the main reason why all of us are naturally photogenic.