Session Share: Family Mini Session

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Session Share: Family Mini Session








Inspiration: The light.  Warm, buttery backlighting at sunset.  It doesn’t get any better than that.
Favorite Element: The belly.  It’s an added extra element that speaks so loudly of love and hope and magic.
Biggest Challenge: The timing.  Sunset is always challenging because the shooting window closes so quickly.  Also, mini sessions are typically only around 20 minutes, so we work fast!
What Clients Said: “These are so, so, so wonderful.  I have watched the slide show about a 100 times today.  And the song!  ….I want to buy the digital collection.”
Final Words from Photographer: This family sums up my experience so far in Austin.  Beautiful people, beautiful children, beautiful sunsets.

Cheryl Muhr
cheryl@cherylmuhr.com
5 Comments
  • Jennifer
    Posted at 15:48h, 02 September Reply

    Beautiful, but … That had to have been shot a long time ago… Definitely not cool enough to be kickin’ around Austin in long sleeves yet! Oh how I long for cool weather once again! I can’t believe you got so many great shots (and an outfit change for the whole family) in 20 minutes! Wow!

  • Cate Scaglione
    Posted at 16:05h, 02 September Reply

    Beautiful work! The child’s eyes are amazing…tells the whole story. I love it!

  • kelli
    Posted at 19:04h, 02 September Reply

    OMG – these are beautiful! I have always admired your work and the way your color and clarity are always perfection! and I love his orange crocs 😉

  • heather
    Posted at 19:44h, 02 September Reply

    Can you share how you do your black and white conversions Cheryl? They are perfect!

  • Alice Park
    Posted at 20:02h, 02 September Reply

    Absolutely stunning mini session, Cheryl! I am amazed so many incredible shots were captured in 20 minutes too!
    Jennifer – we spotted this beautiful session on Cheryl’s blog back in March this year 😉 Still long sleeves weather in Austin, I imagine. But with Fall right around the corner, we thought it was more than appropriate that Cheryl inspire families to begin thinking cooler weather and Fall sessions!
    Thank you again for sharing, Cheryl! Your work is amazing…

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