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Keluarga Virgianto | Liburan di Bali

Liburan ke Bali bersama keluarga adalah saat terbaik untuk melakukan sesi foto keluarga. Sangat sayang untuk dilewatkan, mengingat Bali memiliki alam dan budaya yang sangat indah untuk dijadikan latar belakang foto keluarga Anda.

I hope I don't bore you out by seeing family pictures here with backgrounds mostly of beaches and sunset. Most of families request beach as number one location, but isn't what Bali famous for, the beautiful beaches? :D

Abi, the smallest child of a family that came from Jakarta is afraid of waves. I wasn't surprised since I've met children like Abi before who are afraid with waves. My youngest brother was like that too but now he can't get enough of it! Almost during the entire photo session, Abi was crying but by the help of grandmother jokes, he felt little better. I was so grateful that by the time the photo files were received by Ibu Annisa, she told me that she was so touched that I was able to capture the moments when Abi was smiling. She said, "It was amazing!!!" I was worried, when Abi was crying all the time, I wouldn't be able to get good pictures, but yet glad that I did. I think I was very lucky, and I am so happy that I could make my client happy!


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