I was so thrilled when the patriarch of this bunch called me up to ask about setting up a photo shoot for them and their children and grand children. We spent a beautiful morning in East Lake Park in Farmington together. I so enjoyed spending time with you all! 🙂
The weather was misbehaving the morning of this shoot and these wonderful folks were kind enough to drive out to my place. Admittedly I was pleased to fully utilize my new 9 ft seamless paper backdrop. I love extended family shoots, have I mentioned that recently? They are seriously so wonderful, I just love knowing that these moments are captured and will be enjoyed by so many future generations. The last time I had the pleasure of hanging out with this family was a few years back at their family farm. I love that the look of this shoot will be completely different, though I loved the rich vibrant fall colors; the muted, clean tones with pops of pink from this shoot are equally as beautiful. Thanks for yet another great shoot K family! It is always a pleasure spending time with you capturing memories.
Knowing her family would all be visiting from out of state, my friend Erin contacted me asking if we could do an extended family shoot. I was excited to work with them and visit with her again. Extended family shoots are one of my favorites to do, as I believe the images produced are the kind that will be treasured for generations.
This fab family met me at Centennial Lakes on a chilly day for their shoot. Everyone stayed in high spirits despite the low temps. They were such a treat to work with, I had so much fun! I was seriously impressed with the kiddos. (As well as the adults, you may pat yourselves on the back for toughing it out too!) Thanks N family for a great shoot! Enjoy your images! 🙂
I was very excited when my good friend Kristy approached me about taking pictures of her extended family. While it can be a challenge to photograph so many little ones, to capture three generations like this is such a treasure! Extended family portraits are truly one of my very favorite type of session. I love watching grandparents interact with their grandchildren, seeing their love and adoration. I know they all put a lot of time and thought into coordinating this session, and the efforts were appreciated and did not go unnoticed. Thank you all for a fun session! 🙂
Josh and Vanessa were our neighbors and when we moved it was very hard to leave them. Needless to say, any time I get to spend with them I thoroughly enjoy. Vanessa asked if I could take pictures of Josh’s extended family, and I was very excited to! It’s so wonderful for me to know that pictures like this will be appreciated by future generations.
Josh’s family is just as kind (and goofy) as he is. I had a wonderful time hanging out with these guys. We laughed. A lot. Honestly, I could not get over how incredibly well all of the kiddos did. It’s a testament to their parenting skills! And what a well dressed bunch. Future clients, please take note. Seriously. Heeheehee… Thanks guys for a great shoot, I had SO much fun with you!
The K family farm is a very short drive from the home my husband grew up in, so every time I visit it’s a bit nostalgic for me. 🙂 The crisp October day was quite chilly but they were all troopers! We did take one quick break to pop inside, snap a few pics in there and thaw ourselves, and then back outside we went. 🙂 These guys are all so laid back and thoughtful, I just love spending time with them! And any opportunity I get to capture images of multi-generational families is a blessing. Thanks for yet another great shoot K family!
What a fun bunch! We laughed so hard throughout this shoot at Murphy-Hanrehan Reserve. It was so fun seeing all the little cousins together and watching grandma and grandpa love on all the little ones. A group this large could have been complicated to dress, but look at all those coordinating outfits! I loved the coral and navy together, this bunch cleaned up rather nicely. 😉 Thanks so much for a great shoot!