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Anna Peters – Spokane Family Photographer

Spokane family photographer Anna Peters from The AP Studio sent us this lovely family shoot. I love the flare in the couple portrait and the sunshiney feel of the whole shoot.

From Anna:

We shot these images with the Jones family on the very first truly sunny day of the year in a local park in Spokane, Washington State. Joey and his sweet wife Joslyn are both amazing hairstylists, and they always manage to look both fun and classic. The images were shot on a Contax 645 + Fuji 400h and a Canon EOS 1-N + Fuji 400h.

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If you are a big of a fan of the sunshine and flare as I am, then watch out for my article in the next Click magazine (which is a super fun and amazing magazine full of photos and techniques and interviews and this and that).  It’s all about shooting in the sunshine!

And hey, check out our new submission requirements!  We are making the images bigger to fit in with our new look for the blog.  So now when you send them in, remember to size them at 870 pixels wide!  Thats for both horizontal or diptych verticals.. 870 pixels in width.  We look forward to seeing them!

 

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Jessica Drogosz (JED Photo) – Lifestyle Chicago Family Photography

My favorite thing.. good images and a good story.

Jessica Drogosz sent us this wonderful family shoot with this story:

This family shared all of this with me – they are talented writers, filmmakers, travelers, and storytellers but most importantly they are incredibly inspiring parents who completely embrace each moment with their children. If you have time check out their short film called Removed … which brings awareness to the plight of children in the foster care system,  this film won best film and audience choice at the 168 film festival, as well as winning Best Film at the Enfoque Film Festival, it was an official selection at the Santa Barbara Independent Film Festival and today I saw they are nominated at the St. Tropez International Film Festival as well. They are incredibly talented individuals and I look forward to seeing all that is in store for their adventurous storytelling life!

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From the parents:
Looking at the pictures felt like looking at memories. And it felt like looking at a visual representation of the feeling of our family. It’s crazy. The photo of the 4 of us all just lounging in our bedroom – that one might be our favorite. Because it feels utterly like life. It’s us. You look at the picture and you forget that there’s actually a photographer in the room taking photos, because the picture feels so raw and intimate, like you snuck in and captured moments that we usually wouldn’t invite others to be a part of. Because of that, we know these photos will be something we will always treasure, as a memory of this season of our life. Being young and married with our two amazing kids – Christi + Than

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family film photography by D’Arcy Benincosa

One of my favorite photographers, D’Arcy Benincosa, (and favorite people) sent us this fabulous family shoot from Australia.

D’Arcy shot Australian photographer Jodi McDonald‘s gorgeous family. And I have to say, I’m jealous. Jealous that D’Arcy went to Australia, that she shot this, that she got to meet Jodi (whom I love from facebook), and that it all happened on this beautiful beach.

D’Arcy always blows me away.

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From D’Arcy:

Fingal Head in New South Wales Australia might have the most perfect light on earth. This shoot, of a brilliant photographer and her family, were taken in that golden hour before the summer sun sets. The color palette were warm pinks, yellows, and creams to contrast with the blue of the ocean and the green of the palm trees. Shot in just about 45 minutes on 5 rolls of film, it seems to me that the most lovely shoots are the simple ones.

What’s your favorite image?

I am in love with the single photos of the older girl against the blue.

You?

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