I have resisted doing mini sessions for years. Years, you guys! My reason has always been that what I do is about connections between people and real emotions, and you just can’t rush that kind of thing. There is definitely some truth to that and mini-sessions will never replace a lifestyle session, especially at-home sessions. However…you know what was absolutely confirmed by doing mini-sessions last weekend?? Toddlers hit their limit at 15 minutes, you guys. They are BEYOND themselves by 20 minutes and anything beyond that is basically pure torture (if the goal is a photo with people looking at the camera and smiling…candid family-life sessions are a completely different scenario). In the end, I loved these sprint sessions and would happily do them again. It was absolutely enough time to get several great photos, a mixture of more candid moments and some posed shots for the Christmas card. My favorite part about this day was the opportunity to re-connect with several couples whose weddings I’ve shot in the past few years! I loved meeting new babies and seeing old faces that I haven’t gotten to catch up with in far too long. Anchorage Family Photographer
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Mini Sessions | Anchorage Family Photographer

Filed in: Alaska Child Photography, Anchorage Lifestyle Photography

October 24, 2017

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