15.06.09 by Jeff

Robin Schwartz

Robin Schwartz is an only child. She likes to take photos of her only child, Amelia. I love love love love love love these.

robin schwartz photographer photography amelia

robin schwartz photographer photography amelia

robin schwartz photographer photography amelia

robin schwartz photographer photography amelia

robin schwartz photographer photography amelia

robin schwartz photographer photography amelia

robin schwartz photographer photography amelia













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Kiera

    these are amazing! love the forest one and first.

  • the girl just has such an open face, wonderful on film

  • i’m not particularly fond of children photographs but these ones are just fantastic! I love every single shot!

    • i feel the same, these transcend the typical “family portraiture”

  • these are great! i love the first one too

  • the beauty of innocent

  • I love that you can see her little personality and her attitude through her body language. Not the typical photos of a cute innocent child – she’s a little person with attitude!

  • Amazing photos! Great idea to do a series of shot with her daughter. I especially love the one where she is walking through the woods.

  • These photos led me to the world has more adventures and we can be enough more imaginative.

  • Jennifer

    These are beautiful!

  • Adam Pickering

    Amazing, there’s wonderfull macbre and slightly uncomfortable dream like quality, enhaced the animals and dolls. Incredible.

  • Larmoire

    second one and fourth one r amazing..

  • steve

    what a great set, 4 is definitely my fav.

  • emily

    the one in the woods is great!

  • Nice clicks…

  • these pictures are beyond lovely,
    thanks for sharing!
    <3

  • alessandra

    meraviglia

  • David

    Your work is wonderfoul. when i see inmediataly i remenber Wendy Mcmurdo but your forms of understand the infancy (and for extension the moment that the self taking form) are very diferents.

    excuse me, but i would like know if i can exhibit this work in a collective virtual exibition in recent web that i made. Not yet.
    when i had all the artists.
    there will be the first exhibition in this web and i would like make with artists that i find across the net for demostrate the posibilities that this portals offer us.
    (excuse me for my english)





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