There's nothing quite like the bond between family members, and what better way to capture that bond than with an extended family photoshoot? Recently, I had the pleasure of working with a family of eight, including great grandmother Verna, grandparents Karen and Mike and their sons' families, Michael and Ashley with children Ryker and Taytum, and Shane and Deidre with son Oliver, for a summer photoshoot in Denver, Colorado.
The photoshoot was held on a beautiful summer day, with the sun shining and the warm weather providing the perfect backdrop for our images. The family chose, navy, blue, blush and grey and white as their coordinating colors.
As we began the photoshoot, the family was all smiles, excited to be together and capture this special moment in time. We took a variety of poses, including individual family group shots and larger group shots with everyone included.
One of my favorite moments from the photoshoot was when Great grandmother Verna, who is the matriarch of the family, was surrounded by her great-grandchildren. It was a heartwarming image, full of love and joy.
Throughout the photoshoot, I was able to capture the love and bond that this extended family shares. The images we created together are not just photographs, they are memories that the family will cherish for a lifetime. An extended family photoshoot is a wonderful way to bring all your loved ones together, and it has many benefits. It provides an opportunity for everyone to connect and bond, and it creates memories that will last a lifetime. It's also a great way to capture the growth and changes of your family over time. With an extended family photoshoot, you can have a tangible reminder of the love and bond that your family shares. If you're looking to capture the warmth and love of your extended family in Denver, Colorado, during the summer, I highly recommend an extended family photoshoot. With the beautiful summer weather as a backdrop, and the opportunity to capture the joy and bond of your family, it's a memory that will last a lifetime.