Autumn is the perfect time for photos. Whether outdoors in a perfect fall setting, or inside for back-to-school snapshots, there’s just something about this time of year that makes everyone want to get out their cameras.
We’ve seen some creative photos over the years. From gender reveals to first birthday cake smashes, a good picture is worth more than a thousand words.
Photographers put a lot of time and energy into their finished products. While we see a cute baby smiling, we don’t know that it took one hour of tantrums and tempers to get that single perfect shot.
JoAnn Marrero from Labor of Love photography based in Rocky Hill, Connecticut, knows that the perfect photo is worth all the time spent to capture it.
Specializing in maternity, birth, and newborn photography, Marrero does her job well. Just ask her clients — their “love letters” of thanks can be found on her website.
“You will always hold a special place in our hearts and we can’t wait to have you back to photograph the birth of our next child,” one couple shared.
“I loved that JoAnn is so invested in individualizing each shoot for each child and family. My family got beautiful shots but also had a great time creating them,” another client wrote.
Yes, it’s clear this photographer might just be a step above the rest. When you catch a glimpse of a viral video she shared on Facebook, you’ll agree.
The video showcases a photo shoot of Jurassic proportions. Though the pint-sized dinosaur in the video may not look ferocious, he’s definitely a wild one.
Watch as he takes matters into his own hands — or talons, in this case. Dinosaurs have talons, right? Or are they claws?
Either way, the result is hilarious. Everyone in the background can’t stop laughing, and neither could I. This is too adorable!
“That is so funny!” someone behind the camera says. It’s easy to see why they couldn’t stop giggling at the little munchkin.
It’s also easy to see why this video has invited 14 million views to date. This might just be the best dinosaur costume video in history. Raptors in elevators don’t hold a candle to baby JD!
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