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Category Archives: Family Portraits

Family pets can definitely be included in portraits! You love your fur babies, so why not bring them along on your next session? Better yet, make the session all about them and the bond you share. Roger came to me to create some lasting keepsakes of himself with his beautiful German Shepherd, Koda. We rose...

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I spent Sunday taking family portraits at the Dallas Arboretum for a small corporate event. It was so much fun. Not only was working with these precious famlies fun, it was even more exciting to turn around and hand them printed keepsakes immediately before heading off to enjoy the camaraderie of the Vilfordi brothers. They...

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Couples Portrait Sessions take all kinds of twists and turns when the photographer makes clients jump into an arroyo! ar·roy·o əˈroiˌ(y)ō/ noun  a steep-sided gully cut by running water in an arid or semiarid region. On Location in El Paso Plano senior pictures photographer heads to El Paso for both high school senior and couples portrait sessions....

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A spontaneous family session for 4 on the beach during a very short girl’s trip to Santa Rosa, Florida made the trip even more special! Ohhh the waters were gorgeous and warm and it was so fun to get away. The last night there, portraits were a must to capture the memories of my sister,...

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Family Portraits Richardson, Texas during Fall at one of my fave places, Prairie Creek Park. Last year we ventured to Grand Prairie’s train station but this family was ready for a change of scenery and opted for environmental portraiture. As you know, fall color only lasts a short time here in North Texas, and this...

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