We were about 30 minutes into their fall family portraits at Centennial Park. Brooke just turned two recently and so she was even more reserved this year and pulling out some smiles took a little extra work but we were able to get them. But after about 30 minutes of praise and compliments, this girl got a confidence boost and came out of her shell. Not only did we start to get some of the sweetest “big girl” smiles, but she started directing and posing mom & dad. We all agreed that once she gets a little older, I’ll have to bring her on as one of my associate shooters.
Melissa, thank you again so much for asking me to capture your family portraits for the second year in a row. Danny, thank you for being into family portraits and up for all of it. Brooke, thank you for alway being your sweet self and for all the posing help! You were awesome at it, can’t wait to bring you onto the team in 20 years!
If you like these fall family portraits at Centennial Park, you might also like:
Summer Sherwood Gardens Family | Seigel Family
Oregon Ridge Nature Center Family Portraits | Blaha Family
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