Hi! I am Ee Wen, also known as Sharon. I am the photographer behind Enchanted Window Photography.

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Inspired by vintage glam and bright-colored boldness, I aim to create the perfect combination of modern-vintage photography.

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Vicky and Baby Q | Maternity Portraiture

My cousin, Vicky, just gave birth yesterday to a baby boy. I am so excited for her and her new adventure as a new mommy.

While I was visiting home in Malaysia this summer, my beautiful cousin asked me if I could take some pictures of her and her big belly. I couldn’t say no because she would threaten to not take me around town when I visit her! Of course she was just teasing. I was afraid at first because I have never done any maternity shoots before and I am constantly worried that if I pose her the wrong way, her belly might pop and she’d have to give birth to her “under ripe” baby on the spot. That was the last thing I wanted. But she insisted and I took a huge leap of faith that her belly wouldn’t pop. I am happy we did the shoot. It was one of the funnest (or is it most fun?) shooting experience I have.

I love maternity photography. It always amazes me how big a woman’s tummy can stretch to make room for the little body/bodies growing inside her. I am not yet a mother and have never been through pregnancy, but I have heard from girlfriends and family about the joy and the misery that is the process of having a baby. I admire these brave women for what some of them described as the most painful experience in their life. To be honest, I am scared to be a mother. I am scared of being pregnant. However, the mother inside of me screams that I want to have a baby! I want to experience the hardship of morning sickness and of natural birth/c-section because I know that despite the pain it would be my greatest contribution and my deepest joy in this life to bring a baby into the world.

Vicky is real petite. She’s only 5 foot tall. I don’t know how a baby can fit in her teeny tiny belly.

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