FIVE PHOTOS YOUR KIDS WILL CRAVE WHEN THEY'RE GROWN
AND HOW TO START COLLECTING THEM
They grow up fast, and when they do, they'll come searching for THESE photos of their childhood.
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TORN -- that's how you're feeling -- right?
ON THE ONE HAND: What could be better than a rich, intimate collection of photos that get at the essence of what your family's right now feels like.
ON THE OTHER HAND: Is it really worth it? Will the photos reflect our reality in a way that you'll LOVE?
ON THE ONE HAND: A family documentary session sounds so much more fun, easy, and low-pressure than a traditional photo shoot.
ON THE OTHER HAND: OMG. A full day with a photographer watching your every move? Yikes.
Let's just set the record straight -- straight from the mouths of these two clients/writers/parents, who just booked their second annual Day in the Life photo session with me for later this spring!
As a side note, the tradition of an annual Day in the Life session is my absolute favorite as a photographer. Last year at our session, this family lived in a transitional rental home. Finn was obsessed with his yellow plastic car. The terrible twos were alive and well, mom and dad had to watch him like a hawk to keep him out of trouble, they were elbow-deep in diapers, and family life still felt kind of new. None of these facts hold any longer, and I can't wait to see what this year's photo day reveals!