July 11, 2020
These Monument senior photos and family photos were a combined session!
We fit in a senior session x 2, family photo session, individual portraits of the four younger kids, portraits of the pups, and professional headshots for dad’s insurance business!
This session was packed, but oh so FUN! We started with the pups.
How cute are they? Sadly, Toby passed away a few months after these photos. It really reinforces the importance of getting good quality photos of your beloved pets. They are always gone too soon. It’s just cruel, in my opinion, that their lifespans are so much shorter than ours. I love to welcome pets at family sessions!
After taking portraits at the house, we moved to Palmer Lake and took these fun family photos. We rescheduled this session because our initial date was gray and rainy. The rain is rare in Colorado, so I was happy to reschedule for a bright, cheerful, sunny day like this one!
How fun is this fam?!
Next, we did “school picture” style portraits of the four youngest kids. I’ve met a lot of families who opt for this in lieu of the Lifetouch photos offered at schools every fall. Of course, silly, candid photos were also a must.
They have “the three bigs”, then a few years gap, followed by “the three littles.” They have six kids, but they are in only four grades of school (and none are twins!).
As you can tell by now, fun photos full of personality are a MUST for this fam!
The kids climbed trees, threw rocks, and we recreated some throwback photos from when the kids were all very young.
Next up were the senior sessions for the oldest two!
Despite warning me that he smiles like Chandler (Friends reference!), Caleb did absolutely great.
Between mom and me, we were able to get some laughs and natural smiles.
Micah also did well for his session and we breezed through both sessions in about 20 minutes.
Congratulations, Caleb and Micah on not only graduating but graduating in the middle of a pandemic!
We ended the session with headshots for dad and then some photos of just mom and dad (my favorite)!
I always have a great time with the Inama family and am so grateful for them!