Over the years I have been so fortunate to meet so many amazing families when they come to me for their family photoshoot. I am so excited to share with you some of my favorite family images from over the years. This is the 3rd entry in my blog series of my favorite images. It has been so fun to go back and look at how these families have grown, and how I as a photographer have grown as well.
I think what I love about every family photoshoot is that I never know what to expect. Sure, I have an idea because we have chatted back and forth, but no two sessions are the same. I love documenting the interaction amongst families. Sometimes it all fun all the time, while other times it is more of a quiet snuggly kind of love.
It is always exciting every single time I show up for a family photoshoot. I not only get to meet new families, but I also get to have fun. YES! My job is fun. SO MUCH FUN actually. It is always amazing to me how much I end up having in common with my clients. It is not uncommon for Dads to tell me at the end of our time together that he had a good time. That it was much better than he thought it would be.
Just looking at these images makes my heart so very happy! I love that I can give this amazing, incredible gift to my families. That they have these moments frozen it time, to look back on and remember forever. You can even read some of the love these families have left me here
A family photoshoot is something every single family needs to do, as often as possible. Time is fleeting, these moments will be gone before you know it. We MUST document our lives.
If you have to think about that Mama, chances are it has been too long! I would love to connect with you and chat! I know that I can create the PERFECT family photoshoot for you and your incredible family!
Me too — I can’t wait to start creating YOUR perfect EJP portrait experience!
Wife, soccer mom, coffee-addict, and photographer. I help new mamas celebrate simple, sweet moments amidst the chaos of #momlife — welcome!
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