I can’t believe I’ve been photographing these young ladies since they were babies! It doesn’t seem possible!! Their latest session in Fan Pier Park was so much fun. We planned their outfits and some of the session logistics on Zoom beforehand and once the day arrived, we were all excited to capture a fun city sister portrait session in Boston Harbor!
Fan Pier Park Sisters Session
For most families (and kids especially), we usually have to take some time to warm up before we start getting into the really great shots. But, not these sisters! Since I’ve known them all since they were babies and we’re all very comfortable together, we were able to just jump right in! It was SO awesome!! I always love when I get to photograph families at Fan Pier Park. Although I tried a few new spots this session, I was just steps away from some of my all-time favorite summer locations in Boston.
Later on in the session, I knew I wanted to try to capture some of the city lights we all love. We found the ideal spot on a busy street, but these ladies were amazing despite the cars and loud honking! With my assistant’s help, we were able to create some truly fun nighttime portraits here in Boston!
Thank you to these three beautiful girls for a fun and artistic session along the Harbor. It was such a joy to see you all again! I can’t wait for our next session.
about helena goessens photography
Helena Goessens is a maternity, newborn and family photographer based in Dedham, MA. She loves to work with families and little ones in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. She lives for creativity and she loves to captures genuine connection between family members and for her kid friendly photogrpahy style. Helena Goessens offers sessions in the comfort of clients homes, outdoors and on location for those special occasions. If you are looking for a family portrait photographer for your next family session, be sure to browse through her family portfolio and inquire for availability. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 617-584-9891. For more of her work, visit her website at helenagoessens.com.