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Sneak Peak for the S. Family | Utah Family Photographer

July 6th, 2012

A long over due post here on the blog– but I just finished downloading files from tonight’s session. Here are a few sneak peaks from tonight’s session with the S. family . . . I can’t wait for you to see your collection! Thanks again S. family- you are so kind and were so adventurous […]


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A long over due post here on the blog– but I just finished downloading files from tonight’s session. Here are a few sneak peaks from tonight’s session with the S. family . . .extended family

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I can’t wait for you to see your collection! Thanks again S. family- you are so kind and were so adventurous to brave the unpredictable weather with me tonight. It began raining cats and dogs just as we finished the session! The timing was unbelievable.

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Do You Ever Feel Like This? | Utah Child Photographer

March 5th, 2011

Sometimes a certain picture out of a collection just jumps right out at me. This one to me is a classic. I think many of us can relate to the feeling of loving someone so much, or being loved so much. It is wonderful! Another quick sneak peek for an anxious mama! ~Amy


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Utah county child photographerSometimes a certain picture out of a collection just jumps right out at me. This one to me is a classic. I think many of us can relate to the feeling of loving someone so much, or being loved so much. It is wonderful! Another quick sneak peek for an anxious mama!
~Amy

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Just a Glimpse | Utah Children Photographer

November 19th, 2010

A teeny sneak peak from Thursday’s session with the J family . . . this was one of those moments that makes me so glad  to be a photographer.  Can’t wait to show the rest- this session was a blast! ~Amy


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A teeny sneak peak from Thursday’s session with the J family . . . this was one of those moments that makes me so glad  to be a photographer.  Can’t wait to show the rest- this session was a blast!

~Amy

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Family Fun!/ Utah Portrait Photographer

November 9th, 2010

It was so nice to meet you B. Family and be able to photograph your fun loving family. Here are some of my favorite shots from your session-enjoy! -Amy

 

It was so nice to meet you B. Family and be able to photograph your fun loving family. Here are some of my favorite shots from your session-enjoy!

-Amy

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We Did It!/ Utah Family Photographer

November 2nd, 2010

K. can you believe we actually found a time to FINALLY take some family pictures for you! It feels good to finally do something for YOU- after ALL that you have done for me.! I love you guys so very much, and am so grateful to have your family in my life. Enjoy! -Kimberly


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K. can you believe we actually found a time to FINALLY take some family pictures for you! It feels good to finally do something for YOU- after ALL that you have done for me.! I love you guys so very much, and am so grateful to have your family in my life. Enjoy!

-Kimberly

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Even in the Rain/ Utah Portrait Photographer

November 1st, 2010

What a crazy day- 4 sessions and 3 were drenched by the rain, but that didn’t stop us! -Kimberly -below is the image we got from this CRAZY set-up using our reflector as an umbrella! Thanks R. for being such a good sport and trusting us that we were actually capturing precious images of you […]


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What a crazy day- 4 sessions and 3 were drenched by the rain, but that didn’t stop us!

-Kimberly

-below is the image we got from this CRAZY set-up using our reflector as an umbrella! Thanks R. for being such a good sport and trusting us that we were actually capturing precious images of you and your son.

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Summer Wildflowers

October 2nd, 2010

I can’t believe my little girl is not so little anymore. I was drivng past this beautiful field the other day and just had to bring my daughter back to capture her while the flowers still were a vibrant yellow and purple.  If you know my daughter H. she would rather die than pose in […]


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I can’t believe my little girl is not so little anymore.

I was drivng past this beautiful field the other day and just had to bring my daughter back to capture her while the flowers still were a vibrant yellow and purple.  If you know my daughter H. she would rather die than pose in a girly dress in a field of “pretty” flowers.  She’d rather be in her sports uniform taking action shots as she either scored a goal, or  hit a home-run! However- I just ate her up as she stood in that gorgeous field and gazed into the camera with those stunningly beautiful eyes.  I am so blessed to have such a helpful, hard-working, sweet little girl. I love you H.!

Bestest friends! Thanks again R. for watching my boys so I could photograph my H.

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Generations | Utah Family Photographer

August 25th, 2010

It started and stopped raining four times on my way to this session. The weather report was uncertain, the sky was ominous, the light was fading fast. What to do? Pray. (Seriously). The window of opportunity for this session to happen was narrow, and extensive preparations had already been put forth, including hand-sewn ties for […]

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It started and stopped raining four times on my way to this session. The weather report was uncertain, the sky was ominous, the light was fading fast. What to do? Pray. (Seriously). The window of opportunity for this session to happen was narrow, and extensive preparations had already been put forth, including hand-sewn ties for all of the grandsons and dresses for the granddaughters. The entire family was in Utah for their reunion. The stars had already been lined up. With calm confidence my client told me over the phone that she knew it would work out, so we proceeded as planned.  I think this wise mother of 10 surely has experience in keeping things calm.   An incredible rainbow appeared just as I was minutes from arriving. A good sign?

Then, “lights, camera, action!” We moved through the main group shots rather quickly and smoothly.

Within moments of wrapping up the grandparents- grandchildren shots, the rain came back, the lightening and thunder popped and my hair began to frizz out because of the humidity. We hustled to move our equipment to the protection of the porch. We set up a “mock studio” inside the home, and finished the session with out a major hitch. The kids were darling as they worked hard for chocolate doughnuts. We did it, rain and shine!

So with a group of this size we opted to photograph each smaller group separately inside the house with the plan of putting together a composite image that will likely be printed as a panoramic canvas.  Here is a screen shot of my work in progress:.

And more images from part 2 of our photo session . . .

{Baby needs his long awaited chocolate doughnut!! :)}


{I can’t help but thinking, “. . . All because two people fell in love.”}

Thank you to the amazing S. family for a great session!  I am so honored to have been entrusted with creating these portraits.  I can’t wait to present the whole collection of portraits to you!

~Amy

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That Time Again | Utah Family Photographer

August 23rd, 2010

Did you feel the crisp bit of chill in the air this morning? Are you sending the kids off to school? Packing away the summer clothes yet? Yes folks, it is that time again. Time for family pictures before the weather turns south and we get snowed in! We enjoyed a rather spontaneous family outing […]

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Did you feel the crisp bit of chill in the air this morning? Are you sending the kids off to school? Packing away the summer clothes yet? Yes folks, it is that time again. Time for family pictures before the weather turns south and we get snowed in!

We enjoyed a rather spontaneous family outing to Big Cottonwood Canyon last Friday . . . we planned on taking a few pictures up there, but ended up taking a ton. We even took a few of a bull moose! The light was gorgeous, the wildflowers were still hanging in there (despite a dusting of snow the day previous!), and most of all, my family was lovely and cooperative to allow me the time to set up my off-camera flash and such. I love these people- they are the reason why I feel photos are so important. I cherish photos of my family, especially as my kids are growing and changing so quickly. My oldest will be getting braces, just got a major haircut and starts third grade this week. My second daughter just got bangs cut, and is looking forward to her first day of first grade and school lunch- where did the time go? My little buddy starts preschool next week . . . he can hardly wait to take his “Lightening McQueen” backpack. My baby did a “test run” at church nursery yesterday- though she’s still two months shy of eligible age. She loved sitting in the little chairs and eating raisins and animal crackers. She wasn’t too keen on other toddlers in her personal space, but did love “people watching.”

So . . . get your loved ones together and make it happen. Lets create a family portrait. Each family is made up of different ingredients, flavors and dynamics–so our goal is to tailor each session to create images that reflect who you are and what you’re about. We can’t wait to see you! Our fall sessions book quickly- Sept-November are by far the busiest months of the year for our studio. Call 801.770.2640 (the studio) or email us to get on the fall schedule. Sessions are $125 + tax and our returning customers receive a $25 discount. High res. images on disc and/ or prints are purchased separately.

~Amy

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Attack of the Horses!/Utah Portrait Photographer

May 31st, 2010

Oh my gosh…we almost got trampled by a bunch of horses while photographing this darling new little family! We wanted to use this old red barn and lush pasture as the backdrop for this family portrait, but the horses did not like visitors in their field! So we jumped to plan B- and still had […]


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Oh my gosh…we almost got trampled by a bunch of horses while photographing this darling new little family! We wanted to use this old red barn and lush pasture as the backdrop for this family portrait, but the horses did not like visitors in their field! So we jumped to plan B- and still had a successful session with a ton of great images!
-Kimberly