Family Photoshoot on the Farm


When we went up to Allison’s, I offered to do her family’s photos to thank them for letting us come and stay. I’m so glad I did because not only does her family have updated photos now, but I got to spend more time with them. ☺ It was SO HOT and we were all, unfortunately, dripping with sweat, but her parents and siblings were as chill as can be and were just NATURALS in front of the camera. They were the crowning glory of photo subjects!

Allison’s mom coordinated their outfits perfectly, and I think they all looked beautiful (except for the guys, of course – they were handsome XD). The golden light was lovely and we shot in most of the same places Allison and I had our best friends’ photoshoot in. I think these pictures really reflect the wonderful, loving family they are. Certainly, they are some of the nicest, most generous people I’ve known and it was a privilege getting to do their photos (and a lot of fun, even though it was so hot 😉 ). I can’t wait to go back to visit them again…hopefully soon. ☺

Enjoy some of my favorites from their shoot below!


14 thoughts on “Family Photoshoot on the Farm

  1. Allison says:

    Ahhh, that was SO fun, dear! (And extremely hot. O.o) Thanks again for taking pictures of us – you got some GORGEOUS ones! I especially love the ones where we’re all walking together. :) You did such a great job being the photographer. <3 YES, PLEASE DO COME BACK SOON.

  2. Sassafras says:

    I love these photos, Aria! I especially like the second and fifth ones. I think it is so cool that you got to visit Allison’s family and then take all these photos! It must have been a lot of fun. :) What lens did you use for the photoshoot?

    • Aria says:

      Aww, thanks Sassafras! I know, really! It’s still quite unbelievable for me – normally things like that you just read about but never happen to you. Ooh, I used my 35mm 1.8 lens.

      • Sassafras says:

        You’re welcome! Yes, it does seem like those sorts of things only happen to other people. I guess you’re an ‘other’ person now. XD
        Thanks for the info! Do you think 35 mm lenses are good for photographing flowers and other nature sights, or do you think that a 50 mm lens is a lot better for that?

        • Aria says:

          Ha, ha, I must be! XD
          No problem! Mmm, no, I like the 50 because I can get closer to my subjects. I definitely recommend the 50 for close-ups of flowers, etc – and it’s also great for portraits as well, but the 35 just lets me get a wider shot which makes it excellent for families. ☺

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