A few weeks ago, I got to spend time with the Nguy family. Our family documentary photography session began at their home, just as Grayson was waking up from his morning nap.
Once things settled and everyone was dressed in their outdoor gear we headed out to the local lake for some skating. The weather did not completely cooperate, but that didn’t prevent our little adventure. This is real life.
I love spending time with this family! This was our 11th family documentary photography session together. I have watched all three of their kids as they have grown. Their youngest is now 9 months old and is busy exploring his world.
And what would a family session (or lunch) be without the family pets!?
Following a family documentary photography session, families can expect to receive their images in an online gallery and as I have built my skills I have begun including a slideshow set to music.
Here’s what life looks for the Nguy family at this stage of the game.
The Nguy’s purchased a Baby’s First Year package which includes four family documentary photography sessions and a storytelling album once the sessions are complete. This time I also learned how to share their online Shootproof gallery as a downloadable app.
It was a relatively simple process to download. And as you can see, the app Fiddle Leaf Photography sent me a year and a half ago for my own family session is still on my home screen! I love having all of our images so accessible.
The Nguy’s have one more session before I compile their storytelling album. They are planning to come to Banff around Grayson’s first birthday and have me photograph them while on vacation. Woohoo!
Interested in having me tell your family’s story?