New England offers the most stunning colors during Fall! The trees are breathtaking, the air is cool, and the mood is lovely! It makes for THE season to capture sweet family moments and create long lasting memories. Fall peak foliage is by far the busiest season for us photographers (yei! I LOVE IT), yet there is a hidden secret if you want to avoid the crowds and guarantee a spot with your favorite photographer... it's called EARLY-MID September!....
Every season as its perks. There's charm to all of them, and each offers a unique experience when it comes to gathering your family for a photo session.
There's no bad or good choices here. Just, whichever suits your family best. So let me give you the pros and cons of each for you to make up your mind.
Deciding to have your family photo is the first step. Congrats!
However, timing is everything. When should it take place? Arranging for all to meet in a specific day and time sometimes is hard enough on a normal day.
Should it be indoors or outdoors? Posed or lifestyle? Should you time it for a specific event? What about the weather? What happens if someone can't make it?
Take note of all the things that you and your photographer need to manage to make this special moment happen.
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An unexpected text from Libby - photographer behind All The Little Stories - arrived in May, will you trade a family session with me? My answer: it would be MY DREAM to have YOU photograph my family and MY HONOR to photograph yours. Today I'll share with you some of my favorite moments captured during her Spring session.
What if I told you that I walked in your shoes? Well, I did! I had my very own professional photography session with All The Little Stories. Libby and I became friends during our kids' ballet class, we would watch the girls dance while talked about our shared passion: PHOTOGRAPHY. I always looked forward to my Thursday's chats with Libby! Then one day she asked me my favorite question of all 2019: would you trade a family session with me? My immediate answer: it would be MY DREAM to have YOU photograph my family and MY HONOR to photograph yours.