Bring on the fall color and smiles for family photos! We had some fun joking around during this family session; guess which photo we had the most fun with!
I'm always grateful to document for families the different stages. Their sons are young, but someday they'll be in high school and growing up way to fast, and maybe a little too serious to do funny photos with their parents. But for now, keeping it fun is the way to go!
I can be a big ham during photo sessions and I absolutely love it when my clients ham it up as well! These two were so fun to photograph on that wonderful October day in Salem at Minto-Brown Island Park! I hope you enjoy this fun little sneak peek from their session and I'll let you guess which photo I suggested popping a foot up. Haha!
The weather was wonderful for this Salem family photo session at Minto-Brown Island Park on an October day. Documenting your family growing from babies to teenagers is important and I'm so glad that this family came out for a mini session, because it's cliche, but they grow up so fast!
This was just a sweet little family session. It's always fun to work in some dandelion flowers and blow the wishes to bring smiles. And we can't forget about all the other treasures we can find outside, like dried leaves. Plus, snuggles with mom are always a win!
Not every family photo session is perfect, sometimes someone is super shy and doesn't want to look at the camera. The little girl didn't want to smile, so I redirected her and had her look at her mommy and lots of snuggles and hugs.
And we can't forget about grandma! Having a session with grandma, her grandkids and her daughter.
I sounded like a broken record during this session...cute, so cute, cute! All the snuggles and laughing really made this session special with these two sweethearts who were just weeks away from saying "I do."
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