A few months ago we launched our new sessions called Generational Panoramics. We felt the need for an updated version of the large family photo. Paul has created a way to photograph each small family separately and then create a panoramic composite of all the groups together. This very special family, whom we’ve photographed weddings and family sessions for in the past, decided it was time for a professional portrait of the entire family. Well, one of the daughters, Brittany, decided for them and had to push pretty hard to get everyone together for this session. It is definitely a feat to accomplish when we have to coordinate clothing, schedules and nap times. But this final portrait with everyone together was worth every minute of it.
We spent about 2 hours in the studio and had fresh danishes and coffee while the music played and we photographed multiple special combinations. In the end, Paul created this Panoramic of the entire family. A 20 inch by 60 inch gallery wrapped canvas now hangs on Carrie’s (the grandmother’s) wall. We’re finishing up her album which includes all the individual and small group images, so we’ll be excited to share that soon too.
For our families reading today’s post, please consider while your extended families are coming in for the holidays, to encourage them that this is important and incredibly special. Call the studio, and we’ll be happy to share all the details and help you start coordinating!
Brittany, Carrie, Morgan and Prentiss… thank you for allowing us this honor, and bravo on the adorable wardrobe choices. We love your family!