Here at LEO, we're big fans of taking monthly photos. Not only do they make for fun memories, but they also help us document our progress - both physically and emotionally.
So we wanted to share with you a few of our favorite monthly photos from the past month. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!
A few weeks ago my little man turned one so I figured now was as good a time as any to share his monthly photos. I learned from Alice's monthly photos to have zero expectations for this project because once those kids start moving there is no turning back, haha.
LEO: MONTHLY PHOTOS
This little boy certainly has kept me on my toes! It may be a bit of a gong show trying to a get a photo but, in the end, the most imperfect ones are always my fav.
Who is this toddler staring out at me? *tear*
Love you, little Leo!
All that we have told you above, is just a summary of the huge amount of work and hard work behind these beautiful images.
These were all shot by Prime Focus' ace photographers who stayed true to LEO's motto – “Only Self-Expression Matters”. We want all your readers to get captivated by the beauty and the intimacy of these monthly photos. So, don't forget to share them with everyone!
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Low angle photography typically uses a long lens so that objects below waist-level are not visible in the photograph due to their depth-of-field effect (DOF).