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We’re back from Bali and finally adjusted from the jet lag.  It was an amazing trip and I can’t wait to share.  We ended up not having internet for most of the trip, and though it was inconvenient, it was kind of nice to be unplugged!  This photo was taken at the monkey forest in Ubud,…

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Hery Sugianto - December 19, 2012 - 12:33 pm

This is a great and funny picture! I hope that you and your family had a great time in Bali. It’s a good thing that it’s at the Monkey forest as opposed to the naughty one in Uluwatu. :) I was in fact in Bali early in November and had them posted on my blog as well (http://www.momentdia.com/archives/6907). Love your work and looking forward to see more pictures of Bali from your side! :)

Caroline Tran - January 2, 2013 - 6:42 am

i heard about the one in uluwatu! the one where the monkeys steal your jewelry and you have to pay the guards to get it back?

Hery Sugianto - January 6, 2013 - 11:51 pm

That is correct. People say that they are naughty since they were not well fed unlike the one in the Monkey forest. :(

Vivian Doan - March 25, 2013 - 5:06 pm

I totally love this shot! So funny about being yelled at… they are still wild animals. Cute kid! Love your photos Caroline. I am totally in love with your style.

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photographing your own children

Two weeks after Cameron was born, a good friend came to visit me and said, “I’m loving all the photos you have been posting of Cameron, but I must admit I’m surprised to see that they’re all from your phone.  It’s actually comforting to see that your photos of him look like every other mom’s…

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Kelly Sauer - October 1, 2012 - 3:30 pm

This was such a challenge for me with both my kids, and I’ve finally, FINALLY fallen into a place where I both include them when I am using my professional camera, snapshot them when I have my iPhone. I had to let go of my guilt both FOR photographing them and for NOT photographing them, and I came to that by just making the pictures part of our lives, part of what we do every day or what I’m shooting every week. I also make an effort to do a really good family shoot once every season, so I can treasure “us” as much as I treasure my clients.

Kelly Sauer - October 1, 2012 - 3:31 pm

P.S. The top image here, with the footprints behind your little guy? Oh. My. Word. It’s art, in real life. It’s the best kind.

Caroline Tran - October 1, 2012 - 4:29 pm

thanks so much for sharing your story! great points. xoxo

Heidi Daniels - October 1, 2012 - 6:56 pm

I love Caroline Tran’s work. I’ve been pouring over her blog this week.

Number 9 Photography - October 2, 2012 - 8:25 pm

thanks for posting this! As a first time mom, I want to document my son’s first year in photos. I dubbed it the 365-day project. However, I felt guilty if the only photo I took that day was from my iPad or phone. Or I felt like I was cheating on him when I spent longer on client’s photo shoot than his milestone photos. This post makes every momtog feel real.

Yvonne Huynh - October 3, 2012 - 6:41 pm

You are amazing! thank you for sharing this! There are times that I don’t have my camera with me and I love that I can just capture my daughter’s smile without worrying what’ s on her face or what she is wearing.

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