I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve photographed the Johnson family. We’re maybe up to number 5?. They have been one of my biggest supporters of my business since the beginning. The last couple of years we’ve gotten together for their family pictures it’s either been freezing for the month of October or swealtering. This year, it was almost perfect weather.
You’ve booked your family session with a photographer, now what comes next? You want to make sure that everything goes well from location choice all the way to what to wear, but not sure where to start! I’ve created a checklist for you to make sure that you have all your ducks in a row when it comes to planning your family session.
I just LOVE the outfits that the Daly family showed up for their downton Farmington family session last month. I loved how it is very chic and would look great on Christmas cards. I’ve done a few senior sessions downtown Farmington before but never a family session and it was so much fun with Marie and her menfolk.
It’s been a couple of years since I’ve photographed this extended and blended family and they’ve added a few more family members since. I enjoy every moment of time spent with these fantastic people, it sometimes feels like herding cats but that’s the best part of being with them all.
The rain throughout the day threatened to postpone this extended family session with the Sodolka family. But it seemed to stay away for just enough time to get this family together. One plus to the threat of rain, we had the park practically to ourselves!
I met up with Payton and his mama at Ritter Farm park early Saturday for a warm yet beautiful morning at one of my favorite parks in the area.
I think this is my second favorite session of the senior Class of 2023. I’m so excited to share it with you! I’ve done only a handful of senior pictures in Downtown Farmington and I keep finding new little places to find spots to photograph in that I haven’t done them in before
I love how much variety Dakota City Village has to offer when it comes to doing senior pictures. There are a bunch of old timey buildings set in the village to replicate what Farmington might have looked like in it’s hey day, big open field spaces and trees! Huge bonus, it’s super quiet here.
I have lived in Twin Cities for almost 12 years and have been photographing for about 5 years now, and I have not once photographed a family or senior in the cute little town of Northfield. Northfield reminds me of my hometown a bit with it’s old buildings and old fashioned charm. And let me tell you, the downtown area is beyond cute!