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What a Mitzvah!

Posted: June 10, 2019 by Judy Licht Photography in Baby, bar mitzvahs, Children, Families, Judy Licht Photography, People, toddlers

Beautiful Bar Mitzvah this weekend.  Sweet and fun!  Family and friends, the best!

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Photographed interns from the LGBTQ Victory Institute early this hot morning, and there is something about this photograph that moves me.  CA8A1243-Edit.jpgjudylicht@comcast.net


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Fun afternoon in Rock Creek Park, beautiful day, great model.

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I don’t know why this photograph makes me smile — maybe it is about the environmental fantasy that we live in a world where art is suspended in the sky purifying the air.  I found an abandoned medicine cabinet in my alley the other day and I have been photographing jewelry on the mirrored glass . Every shot is different, the sun moving through trees and clouds, shifting angles to balance highlights bouncing off the copper and stone.  This beautiful necklace is a piece I bought from my lovely lovely talented friend Carmen Eliam.  Her website is www.carmeneliamjewelry.com

You can enjoy a browse through Carmen’s collections of necklaces, rings, and bracelets I have photographed at https://judylichtphotography.pixieset.com/carmeneliamjewelry/

For more information or scheduling a product photography session, please contact me at judyjlicht@icloud.com

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Thanks!


What a blast!!!

More photographs of Tenleytown festivities are online at https://judylichtphotography.pixieset.com/tenleytownartallnight2017/

 

About Face

Posted: August 28, 2017 by Judy Licht Photography in Brothers & Sisters, Children, Head Shots, Judy Licht Photography, Kids, People, Portraits, toddlers

Cameras are inhibiting, except when you’re posing for a selfie, it can be scary to show who you are and you can be slow to be yourself.

My little friend came into my studio like other cautious clients, revealing himself with his back to me. By the end of the session, he shined as himself, and we both had a ball.CA8A0809-EditCA8A1172-Edit