Efrat & Cleo
We, photographers are quite accustomed to being bossy in the studio. We tell the models where to stand, what pose to take, which leg or arm to move in order to get a good shot. Behind the studio walls we don't lose this skill and chase the models back and forth, either dipping them in water, or making them stand in the cold outside or sweating in the desert.But there is one type of shooting where the frame has such harmony that I am very afraid to break it and let events just unfold in the frame. After all, the energy balance that reigns between a newborn child and mother is a unique phenomenon that is akin to a miracle. This means that you need to interfere with it as little as possible, instead trying to capture and preserve these priceless moments, so that later you can share them with a grown child and show him how close you were from the very first days.Thank you Efrat for letting me witness this miracle.