The Family Portrait Session was pretty typical; Mom and Dad, three grown kids -- one married with a baby boy, and (great) grandparents. The location was the family farm, on a pretty spring morning.
Andi, the mom/grandma made all the arrangements (also pretty typical), and we had a fun time photographing the family while visiting and trying to get the dog and the baby to both look at the camera at the same time.
About a week later, Andi came to the studio to see the results, and she loved them all!
She loved the one of the whole family under the tree... but she also loved the one of them on the porch of their home.
Of course she also loved the one with the great-grandparents and grandkids...
But also the one of just the kids... and of course, the new little grandson!
Ultimately, she decided that since she loved them all, she should HAVE them all!
We created a unique multi-image composite that incorporated all her favorites into one beautiful 24x36 inch, framed wall art, to be proudly displayed in the home. We also created two more composite images, each slightly different to emphasize different individual images -- one for the great-grandparents, and one for the married son and his young family. These were printed and framed as 16x24 pieces.
The point is, there really AREN'T any "typical" Family Portraits -- because there aren't really any "typical" families.
Composite Portrait Panels are just one of the many unique products at our studio, in addition to more traditional framed images. The right portrait for your family might be something completely different... but we want you to know that we are ready to work with you to create whatever you desire.