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I’m excited to introduce a new method of announcing your baby’s arrival: Video Birth Announcements! What a great and unique way to quickly share the love with your friends and family. Printed Birth Announcements require a lot of time, energy and postage to mail out – this is a fabulous time-saving option or a great addition to the traditional birth announcements. Each Baby’s 1st Year Collection client will receive their very own Video Birth Announcement as a bonus item. Hmm, I wonder if these can also work in lieu of  Holiday Cards?! I love finding new ways to delight my clients – enjoy!


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After months of wishing I could just figure out an easy way to blog my latest sessions (I really can’t stand adding one image at a time), I think I’ve found the solution: I will post the same (or slightly-edited) slideshows that I present my clients. Most will have approximately 25 images but once I get my systems in place, I’ll try to get the ones I post down to less than 2 minute videos.

I hope you’ll find this more dynamic than straight images. I’d love your feedback!

Presenting: Baby J and his family photographed in Central Park NYC. It was a beautiful Saturday morning and we managed to find several secluded locations within the park to complete this session. These baby cheeks are sure to make you smile. Enjoy!

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I knew the moment I finished photographing this session that it would become one of my favorites. Emily is such a sweet mom, so gentle and calming. Her little daughter is very lucky to be surrounded by so much love.



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Book your mini-session today and receive 5 Digital Files for only $250 (normally a $700 value). This is perfect if you’re interested in professional portraits but don’t want to commit to the entire process – it’s quick and easy. Please call me at 347-215-1739 or email carolyn@carolynclementphotography.com. Only a few spots left! Great for Mother’s day 😉


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Happy Halloween to all the monsters and goblins out there! We had so much fun trick or treating with our friends tonight and our toddlers stayed strong til the end!…Here are some of the highlights!

Seeing our pal Jack for the first time in a couple days…Elliott missed him tons!

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Lifestyle PhotographyCarolyn Clement Photography Lifestyle Photography PhiladelphiaI’m excited to share these photos we captured of little man C who will be a big brother in just a few more weeks. His mom, Becky, is a sweet and sensitive woman, always laughing and bubbly. When you spend time with C and his parents, it isn’t hard to see where he gets his love for life.

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Carolyn Clement Photography Lifestyle Photography Philadelphia Carolyn Clement Photography Lifestyle Photography Philadelphia Carolyn Clement Photography Lifestyle Photography PhiladelphiaWhat I love about C (among many things) is his incredible vocabulary. He’s 18 months old and has been speaking in sentences for months! I can’t help but melt every time I hear his little voice, especially when he calls me “Elliott’s mommy”. And while I was at their home, he perfected the word “camera!”…

Carolyn Clement Photography Lifestyle Photography Philadelphia Carolyn Clement Photography Lifestyle Photography Philadelphia In a home as loving as theirs, I can only imagine the laughs they will share in the years to come. I look forward to meeting the newest member of their family – a baby girl. C’s going to be a terrific big brother! Wishing Becky a short trip to the hospital. Good luck, Mama! Xo

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These photos were taken back in April…funny how quickly life gets in the way of editing. I’m in the process of compiling decades of photos and videos of my father’s family – Les Clements – to be presented at my grandmother’s 90th birthday in early Fall. While going through my own massive library, I came upon these images and I can’t believe I almost missed them.

If you were to ask me, my older brother or younger sister to think of something that reminds us of our father, we would probably list: wood carving, maple syrup, and the violin. From my earliest memories, my dad has serenaded us at every birthday, many evenings after dinner, and the occasional Saturday/Sunday morning. My father likes to learn songs on his own, so while the sound sometimes resembles the cry of a cat, he loves it, so I love it.

Looking at these moments, seeing my father studying Elliott’s face as he tentatively approaches the violin, makes me choke up just a bit. No matter what happens in life, my son will have no doubt that he was everything to his grandpapa. This is why I choose photography.

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