Family session with the Teague family. Always love doing these sessions, especially when it gets family together from distant places that don’t get to see each other that often.
Family Photography Session in North Georgia
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Family photography sessions are always a treat and one of the fun parts of my business. I have photographed many Pinner family events; including weddings and business events. I now have the opportunity to photograph these beautiful children. Even though it was a hot fall day in North Georgia, it was a fantastic day for pictures. All we needed was a little laughter to set the mood and keep the kids laughing. That was more than adequately supplied by my daughter’s antics in the background. The location was one of my favorites, with many beautiful old rustic buildings and farmhouses. This is the second family/baby photo session I have had with the Pinners. Mom said this would be the last baby session, but looked forward to many more family sessions in the future. I guess we will have to see about the baby sessions, I just think mom was a bit tired from the two babies on her hands.
Just completing their album design, and thought I would share it with you. Enjoy!
Family photography is always fun and challenging for me. I mean who doesn’t love kids? Well maybe their mom, when she has had no sleep and they are crying their eyes out and she just wants them to sit still for a few good photos! Well I guess there are those. But in the end, no matter how much screaming or crying there is going on I always get those great shots. This is the story of their little life, and I have been blessed to have been a part of so many families lives. Such as the Pinner family, I photographed their wedding day, and a few years later the phone rang “Guess what, we had a baby!”, another year passed and the phone rang again. I was so happy to see them, and how their little girl had grown from the first photo session. Yes, it is the story of those years that go by so fast, and I love to tell the story. They grow so fast…..