Family & Kids Photo Sessions
Family Photography Sessions.
Your best family photos have never been taken.
Every year most of us consider those beautiful photos that we should organize, but life takes over, and it mostly doesn’t happen. We know that we should do it every year, to keep a good record of our family as they grow, but time passes so quickly that we often let things like this slip away.
If you would like to set a date, have a fun photo shoot, and capture memories that will be cherished for a lifetime, use the button to book your family photo shoot.
Session Price - $200
A session usually takes around an hour. The images will then be edited and prepared for a viewing session at a later date. You session fee covers all of this work. Prints, digital files, wall portraits etc. are available a la carte from your favorite images.
Typically clients spend anywhere between $300 and $1,000. It is entirely up to you, and there is no minimum order required.
Why family photos are important.
The importance of family photos really can’t be overstated. Time passes so quickly, and before we know it, our children aren’t children anymore. Sadly, our parents wont be around forever either. As someone who has lost a child, it feels like he was hardly here, even though he lived to be 29. To me, it was a blip in time, over way too quickly. I know that negative, but you get the point – life marches on.
Childrens Portrait Photographer.
Choosing the right child photographer is really critical – not everyone gets along with kids, and if they don’t it will be hard to pull out the best child portraits. Someone that was close to me used to call me “the child whisperer”. I guess that means kids and I gel. A fun photographer will keep them engaged, I do my best to be just that.
Studio Or Location Photo Sessions.
Urban portrait photography can be fun, roaming around your city capturing beautiful portraits at your favorite location. There are many places to shoot some cool metro portraits. Or maybe you want some edgy family photos? That’s cool!
Studio portraits on the other hand have more controlled lighting, more consistent, repeatable results. It depends on the look you prefer.