Austin Family Photographer
Every year I look forward to seeing my clients from years past. It makes me so happy to see everyones families growing and changing, and watching little personalities develop. This sweet family is no exception. I have loved working with them since big sis was a little baby. These photographs are so joyful. I love the huge smiles and the childlike energy. So fun.
Enjoy this mini-session from Laguna Gloria. I am currently trying to make my way through all the minis and fall sessions. Whew! Be on the lookout for yours!
Mini-Sessions are short, fast, and affordable options to update your family photographs. You will be AMAZED at how much we can get done in a short amount of time. I run min-sessions a little differently than most photographers in that I document them like an event. You won’t get just 5 edited images, you’ll get a gallery full of memories that you can look back and smile, and laugh.
There is an extra special micro-mini-session on March 25th at Le San Michele in Buda, TX. This session will be a Wildflower Mini, and only ten minutes long. This session is $125.
Regular length minis in April and May as well.
SPRING FAMILY SESSIONS
Spring is starting to fill up so get on the calendar!!! Contact me through the contacts page of my website. If I don’t get back to you within 24 hours, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org (every once and awhile my contacts page misses an inquiry).
WHAT TO EXPECT??
People are often super stressed for their session because they are worried about their kiddos cooperating or behaving. Well… TRY NOT TO STRESS!! Just relax and let your kid be a kid and enjoy your time together. Authentic smiles are the best. When your kiddo is a toddler, you session will often lean to the candid side. That is ok with me. Happy kids make beautiful photographs.
Other than that, here is what to expect. Your session will be laid back and easy. I do not to a ton of posed images, but I do place you in nice light. Please trust me to place you in the ideal light. Sometimes a pretty view does not equal a pretty photograph.