Therapeutic Photography Work: Preserving Childhood

Preserving Childhood - Impromptu Dance Party!

Preserving Childhood – Impromptu Dance Party!

Some of the most rewarding work I’ve done recently has been preserving childhood. The last few shoots have all been natural light with me not posing them at all. Kids are beautifully spontaneous. It’s freeing to just be me, my camera, and an outdoor location.

Preserving Childhood - Showing off her Fall fashion

Preserving Childhood – Showing off her Fall fashion

Preserving Childhood - Standing with confidence

Preserving Childhood – Standing with confidence

Preserving Childhood - Impromptu Dance Party!

Preserving Childhood – Impromptu Dance Party!

Preserving Childhood - Tongue sticking out

Preserving Childhood – Tongue sticking out

Preserving Childhood - Playing with Fall

Preserving Childhood – Playing with Fall

Preserving Childhood - Missing teeth

Preserving Childhood – Missing teeth

Photographing kids heals the soul. Talk about therapeutic photography work!

Love,

Iman

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Iman is a photographer who, through her unique process of coaching and photography, can show a woman what other people see when they look at her. She is passionate about teaching other photographers how to live and be a professional and making change in the world. She dreams of changing the way women look at their bodies and how the world defines beauty. She also thinks being an instructor on CreativeLIVE would be incredible. Iman battles Lyme disease and shares her unique view of dreaming while fighting for her health. Her post day is Wednesday. info@imanwoods.com Iman Woods If you aren't sure how to comment on this story, click here.

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  • kellyswanson1

    I like posed photos, but I LOVE candid shots that show the real personalities of the people in the picture. These are great Iman! I think you captured this little girl the way her parents will remember her.

  • Love the tongue sticking out… always a favorite :) Thanks for sharing!