Tag: edmonton family photography

Raffa Family Photos

Working with the Raffa and Pollard families was a wonderful experience. The Pollard boys have the most gorgeous brilliant blue eyes, and the whole family was really great to work with, even though if we could have stopped at one

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Saanich Family Portraits

Tim called me up to see if I could fit in the narrow window he had to find a photographer that could work with him, his wife, and some of their newer family members here all the way from China!

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Kehrig Family Portraits

It’s a great treat every so often to take some photographs of family. While we were working, my husband’s Aunt and Uncle asked me whether it was different shooting with family, whether I got nervous. The truth is, I’m nervous

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Harvey Family Photos

I always enjoy working with extended families who live together, as I grew up with my Mom, Grandparents, and Aunt. The Harvey family is a lovely mix of people who’s smiles and great attitude to life made my day. They

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Lovatt Family Photos

The Lovatt girls found me in a search for the perfect Father’s Day/Birthday gift for Dad, and it sounded like Mom was pretty happy to share in the gift as well. She told me that it was perfect because they

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Yablonsky Family Photography

It’s always interesting as a photographer to work with people and situations you don’t know a great deal about. In the case of the Yablonsky family, a friend purchased a family session for them as a gift card several months

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Four Ladies!

I always feel very special when my photography services are given as a gift, and working with the Cooper ladies was no exception. Danielle was very excited to purchase the session as a Mother’s Day gift, and even though we

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Cameron Family Photos

When I first met the Cameron Family at the park, we were totally surrounded by swarms of people! Good thing I gave them a pretty specific meeting spot, or our session time might have been more like playing Where’s Waldo!

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