Porch portraits with the C family

by DaniGirl on July 11, 2012 · 0 comments

in Mothership Photography

I loved working with this family of five a few weeks back. The kids were shy at first, but it only took a few minutes for them to warm up and start showing off their gorgeous, sparkling smiles. Really, does it get any cuter than this?

Kids on a wagon

This is a family that laughs a lot. It’s hard not to smile right along with them!

CC family

And speaking of sparkles, look at these beauties up close.

CC 1

CC 2

CC 3

When you’re working with three kids under five, not every shot is going to be perfect – but I kind of love this one anyway!

CC 5

After a while, we just gave up and embraced the silly. And it was good!

CC 4

Working with this family was so much fun it was actually play. Who knew family photography could be so much fun? (Um, I did!)

Stay tuned, I’ve got at least two more sessions to blog, and another three scheduled in the next couple of weeks. I’m just about booked up for summer, and the fall is going to fly by if the speed of summer is any indication. If you’re interested in family portraits on my porch studio or photography anywhere in Ottawa, please do get in touch — soon!

And until then, remember to follow your whimsey and embrace the silly! :)

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