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Family photography in Korea by Greg Samborski

Coquitlam River Park, Vancover BC: “I chatted with you more in the last 3 days than I did in the last 15 years!” I recall sharing this observation with Morgan over a coffee in her living room as she kept a watchful eye on what “The Bean” was up to. Morgan is my good friend […]

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Gangnam Rooftop, Unauthorized Entry Prohibited: So how do you photograph two older siblings, of the opposite sex, capture their relationship, and NOT make it look like an engagement session? That was the challenge Hannah and Eugene presented me with. I could write a synopsis of our photo session but I think reading excerpts from our […]

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“Do you have any recent adoption photos? The ones on your blog are from 2012!” That snip-it is from today’s conversation. A conversation that pushed me to revisit some recent family/adoption photo sessions. As I sifted though 72 assignments shot in 2015 and I ended up getting lost in my photos for a while. There […]

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Gwanghamun, Seoul, South Korea: Lai emailed me from Singapore to setup a family photo shoot during their upcoming visit to Korea. Lai really wanted to document her three-year-old daughter Joelle’s travels but she had two concerns that were holding her back a little: 1. Would it be too cold to take photos outdoor in late […]

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Seoul, South Korea: The Waters wanted family photos for their annual 2014 Christmas card.  A few friends had recommend some local studios but Mary had her reservations about potential language barriers and overly studio-ish looking photos. Dave, her husband, suggested she do a google for family photographers in Seoul and that’s when I got a […]

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