Events by Edmonton Family Photographer | Hobbs Photography
Edmonton parents, you’ve been asking for this! If you’re a mom (or dad) with a camera and want to learn to take better pictures of your kids, then this is what you’re looking for.
Have a camera? An iPhone? Come learn a thing or two from us. We’ll have tea and chat about how to TAKE more meaningful photos of your kids and then the steps to EDIT, PRINT and STORE so you have them for the years to come. We’re moms, too. We know what challenges you face. But, we’ve figured out some tricks over the years to get pictures you will love that won’t have you pulling out your hair trying to get your kids to cooperate. No, you’re not alone. Our kids aren’t any more cooperative than yours.
Join us at PERKS COFFE HOUSE on Main Street Stony Plain for a fun morning get together.
Space is limited. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, St. Albert & Edmonton parents! Want to see what other upcoming events we are offering? VISIT OUR EVENTS PAGE to see what we have in the works. We’d love to see you! Next up is our annual A Mother’s Love event. The perfect gift for Mother’s Day. We’ll also be taking all our kids to Stony Plain Farmer’s Days. Our kids will be the filthy ones who are probably eating cotton candy off the ground. I’d like to say that’s not really true, but, well, that would be a lie. Gross, I know. We never miss a year. If you’ve never been, it’s always a really fun time.
As always, thank you so very much for supporting us! It really does mean so much.
You can also have a look at an oldie but a goodie. A beautiful GOLDEN HOUR LIFESTYLE PORTRAIT SESSION with four generations of first-born women from the same family. It just makes our hearts so happy to see families who are so connected.
It’s the first Saturday in May and you know what that means! World Naked Gardening Day! Yes, it’s a thing. How great is that! World Naked Gardening Day was founded in 2005 by Jacob Gabriel and Mark Storey as a way to celebrate body positivity and just the simple joy of sunshine on one’s skin. Of course, we couldn’t let it pass us by without taking some photos to commemorate the occasion. The downside is we live in Edmonton. Not much happens in the way of gardening – naked or otherwise- until the end of the month. But as good Canadians, we weren’t about to let a little spring snowstorm get in the way. We gathered our supplies and headed into Jenna’s kitchen garden to create some light-hearted portraits in the buff.
A huge thank you to Levi and Grandma Cheryl for manning the camera (in full winter gear, I might add). If you loved this, we have plans in the works for International Skinny Dip Day July 13th! Full information will be posted on our EVENTS PAGE once details have been finalized.