The Mughal’s Family Photoshoot

The Mughal's Family PhotoshootThe Mughal’s Family Photoshoot

Thank you Kash, Sofia and Taemoor

One of the most rewarding experiences about being a photographer is creating
memories that families will treasure forever. Those images will be preserved
for generations. The goal of the family photoshoot is not only to photograph them,
is to have them meeting with a common purpose allowing them to be themselves while
having fun. It is an experience that starts since the planning of the photo session
and ends with the hanging of the wall pieces at home.


The Mughal’s Family and I met at The Shops at Legacy in front of one of their
favorite ice-cream places to take their portraits. I scouted the place days
before. Once they arrived, we went directly to different setups for their photographs combining
them in groups. Their beautiful smile and personality worked like magic for the
images. They were very excited and I was even more. They worn their favorite
outfits which made them feel confident in front of the camera. I always allow
my clients to be themselves. We took individual pictures, couples and group. My
favorite one is the last photo. The one that was not in my plan list. I took it while they were walking towards the camera surrounded by the colorful scenery and
talking to each other. I wonder… what were they talking about? Doesn’t really
matter, they were having fun!

After the outdoor photos we met at my photography home studio. It was the
time to get their formal outfits on for some family painterly portraits. The
kids looks incredible for the photographs. They made my job so easy. Daddy… was
as incredible as them. Like father like children.

For the studio photoshoot I added some props to give some mood to the
portraits. The family gave me the best poses and looks to portrait their
personalities. This is why a love being a photographer. Photography gives me
the opportunity of creating something unique and special for everyone of my
clients.

Thank you Kash, Sofia and Taemoor. One day these images will tell you something about this experience. I feel honored to have being part of this journey.   

  

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