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The Kim | Bali Family Photography

This wasn't my first time taking pictures of families with newborns. Their son Eden, was only 2 months old, besides fun it was easy to photograph the Kim family, I didn't have to give many directions and they could go naturally, so I just took shoot and shoots. 
This sweet family was from South Korea who at the moment lived in Hong Kong. They even already gave me great compliments and excellent reviews on Google although I didn't put up their photos on the blog yet!  
I'm very flattered and feeling lucky having the chance to photograph them. 

All photo sessions were done at two different villas where they stayed during their holiday in Ubud. In the photo sessions Janet and husband seemed caring, their abundant love to their little one was shown beautifully. How true a saying was "no truer love than the love of parents for their children" 
Sweet!

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