Autumn holiday sessions are one of the best opportunities to capture you and your family to create a special memory to treasure a lifelong! Many of my clients use some of their Autumn Holiday session images on their holiday cards. It was a real pleasure to meet this amazing family of four just a couple of weeks ago. They contacted me to book a mini session for their family this autumn and we not only got a gorgeous weather, we also had a super fun time on a fall Sunday morning. We met at the gorgeous Bradley Estate in Canton, MA. Foliage colors were reaching its peak, and although it was a bit cloudy, the conditions to shoot were perfect 🙂 The Mini Sessions event is one of my most popular events of the year. Mini sessions are awesome alternatives for the penny pincher or the frequent clients. Basically, they are the same as a full session, but a smaller number of pictures are yielded, less amount of shooting time is spent, and best of all a smaller price! A mini session is for you if you want to save money on pictures, and are okay with a smaller number of pictures to choose from. They are also a great alternative to the full session if you and or your loved ones (impatient husbands or wiggly kids) don’t want to shoot for very long. Minis are an awesome way to still take advantage of having pictures done! Congrats M Family – loved meeting you and had such a fun time together! Here are a few favorite photos from our fall mini session <3 Enjoy your images!
ABOUT HELENA GOESSENS PHOTOGRAPHY
Helena Goessens is a newborn, baby, children and family photographer based in Dedham, MA. She loves to work with families and little ones in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Her style is simple and natural and she specializes in capturing those special moments to savor a lifetime. Helena Goessens offers sessions in the comfort of clients homes, outdoors and on location for those special occasions. If you are looking for a portrait photographer for your next family session, contact her at email@example.com or call her at 617-584-9891. For more of her work, visit her website at www.helenagoessens.com.