Fall Family Photos at French Park | cincinnati family photographer
December 2, 2017
This super adorable family and I snuck in one last outdoor fall family photo session before the cold winter weather was really here to stay. The family came to me and said that they need family portraits made so that they can gift the grandparents with framed portraits of their children. Additionally, they wanted portraits of their newly expanded family for their new home.
Although we were photographing during the first weekend of December and all of the trees had already lost most of the leaves, the mom really wanted some Fall colors! We walked around the historic French House to see if any color was left. Even just a little bit. The garden area around the back of the French House has just a little bit of color remaining – red leaves on bushes. Perfect! We paired that with the green grass and the warm glow created by the sun to bring some color to the lifeless December trees.
The two little girls were adorable! The older sister is 3 years old and the younger sister is 3 months old. Such fun ages! A 3 year old is old enough to be able to follow some directions. And, a 3 month old is typically beginning to smile and will respond to noises. A few jokes and a few games and we have lots of smiles!
I really enjoyed spending time with this family and capturing their first family portraits with both girls. Such an important milestone that is now captured forever!
How are they displaying their first family portraits in their home? This family is displaying their traditional family portraits as framed portraits. We talked about print sizes and frame options to select the right products for their needs and their personal preferences. Additionally, they are gifting the grandparents with portraits of their children.
Even though we live in the digital age, I am constantly reminded by grandparents (and my own parents), the importance and the value of printing your photos. The products I offer are high quality, durable, and long lasting. They are made to be enjoyed now and passed on to our children when they get older. They are made to outlive us!
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