Boxford Family Photos with the R Family
I met up with the R family from Boxford for some family portraits. It was the third time I met up with the family. First for baby girl’s newborn portraits, then three month portraits. Now for her six month portraits. Fall is always a popular time for family portraits, and it’s really no mystery as to why. Look at the color in these photos! This was peak week in the fall and it could not have been more gorgeous.
This family of four was joined by their grandfather for a few portraits. Being able to include extended family into a photo shoot is something that I always love to do. The main focus, as usual, was on the little ones. These two sisters were so adorable together. Big sis held her little sister’s hand, and was so sweet to her. And seriously, how cute is the picture of the two of them with huge smiles on their faces? I’m in love.
Styling Choices for these Boxford Fall Family Photos
Fall is such a spectacular time for family portraits. The colors are incredible, there’s a reason why people travel from all around for Fall in New England! But, that also means more things to take into consideration when planning what to wear. Fall brings with it so many shades of orange, red, and yellow. But, especially in early Fall, there’s also a lot of green and brown. It’s always a good idea to keep this in mind when choosing a color scheme. For more tips and tricks on how to dress for outdoor family photos in Fall check out this post.
For this family, the colors chosen were great because they worked well with the colors of Fall around them, while also standing out. Cohesiveness is important in photos, and while that doesn’t necessarily have to mean matching clothing, this is a great example of how adorable it can be when the little ones have matching dresses. Little sister did have an outfit change, which allowed for some of the photos to have some variety. The best of both worlds!
Creating The Perfect Wall Gallery in Your Home
When it comes to decorating your home, there are numerous options. Framed prints on the wall, framed prints on a bookshelf. Gallery wrapped canvases above your couch. A custom fine art or press printed album on your coffee table. One of my favorite options is a wall gallery. When it comes to creating a wall gallery, it’s really all about what works best for you and your space. That could mean keeping your wall gallery to 3 photos, as seen below. Or it can mean using 6+ photos. They can include canvases, framed artwork, or a mix of both. Black and white photos can add a timeless and classic touch to an otherwise colorful gallery. The portraits can all be the same size, or can vary in size. There are no wrong answers. And my team and I can help by creating a wall gallery mock-up for you!
Are you looking for family photos in Boxford? Crabapple Photography in nearby Andover MA serves clients from around the area including Rowley, Ipswich, Wenham, Hamilton, and more. Kate McKenna is an Andover Photographer with over 11 years experience photographing babies, children, and families of all ages. Contact Kate today!