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    Robin Dini is an artist, photojournalist, photographer, and aspiring writer. Whatever title you choose to use to describe her style of photography, the main objective of her craft is to capture real moments and true emotions. She documents your family history through weddings, portraiture, and special events and tells your story through images.

    Robin is a full time stay-at-home mother of three who has been successfully running her business from her home office for the last ten years. Having collaborated with several Connecticut photographers, Robin's experience in the wedding industry is highly respected by her clients and her peers.

    Thank you for visiting and enjoy the experience of viewing her work.
    Robin Dini Photography

Christine + Jeremy (Engagement Session in Stonington Borough, CT)

Two Americans meet in Australia and fall in love.

One from the West Coast, the other from the East Coast.  Each moved down under to Oz, meet through a mutual friend, and love is born between these two.  Such a great energy, connection, and utmost adoration for each other.  They radiate with happiness and you can truly see how much they care for each other.

Engagement sessions are a great tool for learning about your wedding photographer but also “seeing” how you feel and look in photographs.  Getting warmed up and comfortable with each other is huge!  The connection all three of us sharing during that time is going to make for amazing photographs.  To say I am looking forward to their wedding next year at her family’s homestead in Stonington Borough, Connecticut… yeah…I’m pretty pumped.

Congratulations you two!

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Paul + Shannon (Engagement Session)

“We love to be outside. We run together, ride bikes together, hike, and camp. We try to always plan things Gracie can do as well. We both also like to travel especially short adventures to explore new areas.

A typical date would be simply usually dinner somewhere then come back and sit out on the back deck with a fire and Gracie. One of our favorite is Mexican where he gets a beer, I get a margarita and we eat cheese dip. We are pretty simple, but definitely both enjoy food.”

I love getting to know my couples and learning more about their lives and their interests together.  The commonalities are really fun at times!  Like, “the ice cream question” on my client survey.  You can tell a lot about a person by their favorite flavor of ice cream.  For Shannon and Paul…. peanut butter cookie dough sold at their local convenience store in Ohio.  Yum!

These two were married this past weekend and I was so honored to be a part of their day.  Stay tuned for wedding images in the next few weeks!

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Mother and Son

It’s moments like this that remind me of why I am a photographer. Documenting families in formal photographs can be tedious at times. There’s a lot of organization required and “people-herding” as I like to call it. But taking the time to group families together, with everyone dressed to impress, those are the photographs your family cherish forever.

Family photographs capture moments like this. The father of the bride with his elderly mother, together at his daughter’s wedding. Pure emotion and love.

Mother and son.

When planning for your wedding schedule, make sure you allow for the time to photograph your grandparents, parents, aunts, uncles, cousins, siblings. Years from now, you can share those images with your own children and share your family’s history.



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