Several of my friends who have adopted over the last few years have opted to use professional photographers to document their family’s experience. Though we didn’t use a photographer when we adopted our children as it wasn’t a common choice back then, we would definitely consider this as an option for one of our post-adoption trips in the future.
Since I didn’t know what all was involved in this and wanted to learn more, I looked to one of the photographers than other families have used to share with me a little bit about what adoption photography is all about. Many thanks to Seoul-based photographer Dylan Goldby of WelkinLight Photography (www.welkinlight.com) for his insight:
Photographers currently doing adoption photography in Korea
Greg Samborski: www.gregsamborski.com
Additional examples of adoption photography
Romin Lee: http://rominlee.com/ and http://blog.rominlee.com/home/2012/9/8/gotcha-day-korea-adoption-photography.html
Update: Romin Lee has recently moved and is no longer in Korea.
Dustin Cole: http://dustincolephotos.com/ Update: Dustin Cole has recently moved back to the US and is no longer in Korea.