A Look Back – Families

Photographing families is the majority of my work. Here’s a look back at some of the best shots.

The E. family – I have to start theirs with one from 2009 here. Angelina is a huge reason I jumped into photography full time. She hired me before I had much to show. She was one of my first families, and first repeat clients. She’s also referred more people to me than anyone else. A humongous thank you Angelina. I’m looking forward to our next session.

and the family this year…

The F. family. My first extended family. I learned a lot during this one and value this family so much.

The N. family – clients who turned into good friends. LOVE when that happens. A couple from ’09….

And some from this year…

The T. family – so fun to see a childhood friend all grown up with her own family.

The L. family – did something different with the post-processing on this session. I love the way it turned out…

The T. family – I first met Justin when we were children, good to see him and meet his family after all these years.

Betsy and Devyn – a childhood friend and her son.

Holly and Phoenix – yet another childhood friend and her son…

The M family – a beautiful family and a gorgeous day at the beach – two of my favorite things.

The A. kids – as much as I love a good beach session, I also love a winter session with perfect snow…

and then inside to warm up…

I really enjoyed looking back at all these beautiful family sessions.

If you’re family is considering family photos next year please give me a call. This is just a sample of what I can do. If you’ve got some ideas I’d love to hear them. Until next time….

About Danielle Nielsen

I am a photographer who loves to bring out the best in you and your life. Capturing those little moments that make you special are my favorite. I am an "on location" photographer and available for travel anywhere you'd like photos taken.
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