Family Photographer – Who’s your daddy? Let me count the ways:
I found this photograph and had a lot of fun searching it up in a reference book of my husband’s younger brother. The time period wasn’t as important as the importance of the subject, who is clearly a very large person. The photograph really captures his beauty, and the feeling that he instills in our family.
I just couldn’t resist sharing this particular photo with you. I noticed this one while doing a “trying something new” search on Google. It was the perfect shot. I love the detail, but even more so that the subject itself looks like it was taken yesterday!
I’ve mentioned many times how much I love free family portrait photography books. I used a family book to turn this image into something truly special. No regrets! One last thing, “Baby Shopping” is great fun for both parents and their children.
My family does something we rarely do anymore; We talk with our grandparents! We came across this old family photograph in our grandfather’s old home. I love this image. It reminded me of our grandma who worked with us by going door to door in our neighborhood. She would always come home and tell us about what she did.
There’s a group of us that only hangs out at the house and hardly see our family, but we still enjoy catching up on each others lives. This is a lovely photograph of my sister, brother, niece, nephew, baby niece, nephew, and cousin. It reminds me of all the family gatherings that we’ve all been to together.
This fantastic photograph brings back all of the funny memories from our childhood. It reminds me of my mom being interviewed for a magazine. I’m so thankful that she shared this story with me because she made it so easy for me to keep up with and appreciate.
In this wonderful family portrait, I loved the different moods and feelings that were represented. I was so grateful that my mother was able to put together such a wonderful group of memories, and I now have it as a beautiful picture in my own family album. The “Family Picture Frames” site has some amazing images, as well.
This was a great shot. I love how candidly she captured the whole group in one photo. It really adds to the image and makes it special. I am so grateful that I was able to capture the conversation that was taking place.
In this image, we can see the contrast between the two parents in this family portrait. It’s so important to understand that all parents have challenges of their own in raising kids. This particular image was taken during lunch one day, but I love the family portrait as a whole.
I found this lovely photo and took it as a gift for one of my dear family members. This image is a reminder of the pure joy of getting to know your family through those little moments. It reminds me to give my family a moment to share in.
This was a perfect way to finish off the family photography series. Just as I wanted to capture the joy of this time, in its entirety, this photograph just captures all of the moments that matter.