getting ready for the holidays . . . (Montana Family Photography)

Often times, I see myself as someone who is not surprised easily.  This sweet family surprised me, though. 
You see, if someone asked me what type of a photographer I was, I would quickly respond, “a natural light photographer. . . a lifestyle photographer.”  I like to be outside where the sun is bright, where the shadows dance, and where the sun rays come through the trees casting speckles of light in your eyes.  I like to be by a window where the gentle light gathers.  I like to be in child’s room, playing with their toys and catching their little personality in my lens.  I like to be in parks, where kids run free, and parents laugh remembering the freedom only a child knows.  
So, when this young family called wanting something a bit different, I was a little nervous.  It was deathly cold outside, and so to be outdoors would have been miserable.  I was a little afraid those kiddos would be afraid of the big lights, of the strange lady with the camera, of being told to “smile!”  This young family surpised me, though. 
I so enjoyed meeting and being with them, and I hope all of you enjoy these images as much as I did taking them.  Montana Family PhotographyMontana Family PhotographyMontana Family PhotographyMontana Family PhotographyMontana Family PhotographyMontana Family Photography


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  1. Becca says:

    You did a great job! What a beautiful family!

  2. Laura says:

    What a beautiful family! I love the blue flower headband – so adorable! The daddy’s girl shots were so cute, great job!!

  3. melissa says:

    what a gorgeous family! love the first series with dad/girl!

  4. What a super-cute Family-Session – LOVE the pictures – gr8 job!

  5. Kim K. says:

    Love that first set! So adorable!!!!

  6. Trisha says:

    These are gorgeous! I love the first series with daddy and daughter! Soooo cute!

  7. Jenny says:

    Stunning images!!

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