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I Can’t Wait To Meet You! | Kensington, London Maternity Photographer

Today I’d like to share with you another gorgeous maternity session from my summer. I met Réka when she was in her 36th week expecting a little baby girl. When she first messaged me, I could feel so much excitement in her words! It was not only about the baby she was waiting for so […]

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  • Donna Beck - Beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • AG - szuper képekReplyCancel

  • Catherine from Open Shutters Photography - What a beautiful mother to be and stunning maternity images. The garden location is perfect. What a treat to see so much lovely sun and flowers in the middle of winter. You brightened my day.ReplyCancel

    • Lolo - Thanks Catherine! Oh yes, the weather was so beautiful! I can’t wait for spring! :)ReplyCancel

  • Biró Kámea Csilla - gyonyoru!! :*ReplyCancel

  • Cynthia Clifford Peterson - What lovely photos! And a beautiful new mama!ReplyCancel

  • Emily - Rita, these are gorgeous!! I love the variety of directional light you captured – the backlighting in the garden is especially yummy. Beautiful new mommy and such anticipation to meet her little one… the way she is looking into the camera is heart-melting.

    On another note, it’s really neat that you got to connect with another photographer. That’s always fun because they understand the posing and angles you’re trying to achieve. They also understand the importance of photography. :)

    Beautiful images from a wonderful maternity photographer in Greater London, Watford area. Thanks for sharing your vibrant work!ReplyCancel

    • Lolo - Emily, thanks so much for your sweet words! I love backlighting a lot!! :)ReplyCancel

  • Jessica - Gorgeous portraits. You did indeed capture her glow!ReplyCancel

Waiting For Hana | Stratford, London Maternity Photographer

I met Dia last summer and I’ve been planning sharing her gorgeous series since then. She was expecting her first baby, Hana Lilyann, and wanted to have some special memories of these days with her lovely bump. We met in the Olympic Village in Stratford that proved to be a great scene for our photos. […]

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  • Cynthi - First of all, I love these photos! She’s so beautiful and you captured this time for her perfectly! Secondly, I love her dress. I think it’s perfect for showing off her lovely shape. Do you coach your clients as to what to wear?ReplyCancel

    • Lolo - Thank you, Cynthi! :) Yes, I do give them a lot of guidance. Usually they bring along more stuff and I help them select the ones that would suit best for the location and the props.ReplyCancel

  • lori - Oh WOW! You are such an awesome Stratford maternity photographer! I love your use of light and colour…it makes your clients just pop in their photos! I can’t wait to see more of your work in 2015. Such a fan!!ReplyCancel

    • Lolo - Thank you, Lori!! I’m glad you like them!! :)ReplyCancel

  • Donna Beck - Beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Hendrick Moy Photography - What a beautiful job! I love your post-processing! Definitely the best photography in Stratford, London =)ReplyCancel

  • Emily - Wonderful maternity session!! Wish I lived in Stratford (or anywhere in London honestly) so that I could hire you to photograph my maternity photos when I’m pregnant again! Such a beautiful family dynamic captured just perfectly!ReplyCancel

  • Katerina - Lovely photos and very cute details! I like that you’ve included her sister’s little boy.ReplyCancel

  • Ashley - That last shoe shot is the cutest! You did a great job with this maternity session. I love that Gabor was included in the session as well. So sweet!ReplyCancel

  • Cambridge Wedding Photographer Melissa Avey - These are beautiful maternity portraits! I love her outfit :)ReplyCancel

  • Conchita Medel - Super cute maternity session. I LOVE the pictures of Gabor reading to the baby, just adorable!ReplyCancel

  • Lolo - Thanks, ladies, for your sweet comments!! I loved reading them! :)ReplyCancel

Without Dance What’s The Pointe? | London Portrait & Dance Photographer

Hello Dear Friends, Happy New Year! I hope you all had an amazing holiday with family and friends and I wish you all the best for 2015! May all your dreams come true in this new year that is filled with lots of joy, love, laughter and good health! I can’t wait to explore what […]

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  • Joe Symchyshyn - Beautifully photographed dancer. I love the backlit images in particular with the red set. How the light filters through her costume and the trees, is totally lovely. Bravo! :)ReplyCancel

  • Tracy from Love and be Loved - Stunning images! Love the ones on the bridge!!ReplyCancel

  • Jenny Storment - OH my I love this! What a great set of images! I would love to photograph a dancer! I love the ones on the walkway with the capital building in the background!ReplyCancel

  • Emily - Love the airiness of the photos on the bridge! Those are by far my favorite! So glad to see more dance photos from you – I LOVE how you’ve found such a niche!ReplyCancel

  • Lolo - Thanks so much for your nice words!! :)ReplyCancel

Dance Your Heart Out! | Wimbledon, London Portrait & Dance Photographer

I hope you enjoyed my previous post about Sophie! As I mentioned earlier she’s the director and dancer of The London Ballet Company, so if you are in London and love ballet, just make sure you hop over to their website to see their upcoming performances. I can tell you they are pretty amazing! Today […]

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Ballet In The City | London Portrait & Dance Photographer

Oh I can hardly believe it’s almost the end of October! I was pretty busy in the last couple of months so I’m planning to catch up with a few of my favorite summer sessions here on the blog this week. Let’s start with a beautiful ballet series. I have always been amazed by the […]

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  • Amanda Reid-Muldoon - Wow! What a gorgeous Shoot!ReplyCancel

  • Emily - Wow, you totally nailed the urban city look! Love the composition in so many of these – especially when you made Sophie’s pointe shoes the focus. These are gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • wani - oh wow – she looks so graceful and makes those moves seem effortless. the black and whites are particularly beautiful esp the one in the tunnel. fab job Rita :-)ReplyCancel

  • Catherine from Open Shutters Photography - These are all so beautiful and creative. Love the black and white focused on the ballet shoe. And the urban background is a perfect setting.ReplyCancel

  • sarah - love the black and white one with the shadow – nice light! what a lovely series for her! and love how she dug her toe shoes in the gravel:)ReplyCancel

  • Lori - Amazing work. You are the most amazing London photographer. Thank you for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa - These are absolutely fantastic portraits! I love ballet. :)ReplyCancel

  • Larianne - Oh gosh, these are too beautiful. I want to cry. The black & whites…

    Thank you for reminding me that I need to photograph a ballerina in the city one day.ReplyCancel

  • Victoria - Oh my gosh, this totally made me miss London. Loving the details you captured =)ReplyCancel

  • Ashley - Oh, I love these! Beautiful series!ReplyCancel

  • Alina Thomas - ughhh.. how I miss london! Beautiful images.ReplyCancel

  • Lolo - Thanks so much for your nice comments! :)ReplyCancel