Tag: photography for life
Family Photography Boston | Witness to Family Building
As winter creeps in, outdoor family portrait sessions become more and more unviable. I've been rediscovering how much fun it is to document the life of a family, and make family portraits inside a home. A portrait is composed of many things: the faces (usually), the place (the environment in which we take he pictures), the pose (our body language and our gestures of love) and the clothes(what we choose to adorn ourselves with.) All of those things come together to tell a story. When approaching family portraits this way - they really do become a time capsule of who we were at this moment in our lives. And who we are changes. Today I am sharing a few images from a beautiful family portrait session in their home, on the occasion of their daughter's first birthday. I came over before the gusts arrived to document their morning. We played in J's room, we read some books, we explored the stairs with our curious little legs, we had a snack and inadvertently fed the dog. We tried on a birthday hat. We decided we didn't like it. At all.