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TELLING FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHY OUTTAKES
Sometimes my Boston family portrait photography clients will grudgingly admit they love the chaos. Deciding to embrace the chaos seems to be the only way to deal with it. These clients, like me, enjoy seeing the flip side of family photography. Life as we experience it. My family portrait philosophy? Let them cry and wiggle and laugh. Allow them to experience whatever emotion is coming up - it will pass. And likely quickly. This is who they are at this point in time. I can?t change that. I can be ready for the passing moments of serenity - but truthfully it?s the heightened emotion that I also love. ?
Boston Family Photographer | Growing Dorchester Family
Our first Boston family mini session took place this past weekend at Turner's Pond in Milton. Seeing the OShea's is always fun! Here are a few of my favorite images from our 2016 shoot of this beautiful and fun-loving family. I've been proud to photograph them regularly over the past few years as their family has grown. From our memorable Liberty Hotel maternity shoot to this past weekend's family of four - Looking back at their images is a joyful pleasure.
Mini Sessions vs Full Sessions | Boston Family Photography
Our Boston mini sessions are a quick way to capture images of your family. Do you want a few images to specifically document an event (new family member? Need a holiday card?) or are you on a limited budget this year? A Boston mini session might be a good option. Boston mini sessions are scheduled by the studio at a predetermined location and time. They are usually around 25 minutes and are booked on a first come, first served basis. I present you with at least 15 beautiful images from your session in a gallery where you can order your favorite images. Boston mini sessions allow Ars Magna clients to book multiple times in the year so you have the beautiful photographic evidence for how fast children grow. Boston mini sessions are also a wonderful way for new clients to experience working with me and Ars Magna.