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Mission San Juan Capistrano Family Portraits

As we gear up for another great family portrait season here in Orange County, we got to thinking about some of our favorite locations. One place we particularly enjoy is Mission San Juan Capistrano—the historic grounds make for a fantastic background for families and children. And imagine how great it would be for engagement or […]

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Orange County Family Photography: The K. Family

Ready for a little family fun?  If you’ve been keeping up with our blog, you’ve noticed that over the past few weeks Keith and I have photographed several great engagement sessions.  While we love our couples, we haven’t forgotten about the wonderful families we’ve met, including the K. Family.  Over the past year, we’ve noticed […]

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2009 Year in Review: Aliso Creek Beach Portraits

Last Fall, the beach was a popular destination for a number of our portrait clients, including fellow Orange County photographer Evangel Abrego.  She and her family met us at Aliso Creek Beach for their annual family portrait. This was the first time we shot at this location, but it sure is popular with photographers—there were […]

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2009 Year in Review: Heat Wave

Remember this adorable guy? Last September, we kicked off our Fall portrait season with a session for this awesome family vacationing from New York.  The location was Laguna Beach, but the cool ocean water was no match for the heat wave that blasted through Orange County that weekend.  Despite the blistering temps, the entire family, […]

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2009 Year in Review: The More the Merrier

Keith and I are used to shooting large groups.  We get requests to photograph extended families quite a bit, especially around the holidays.  But last summer, we received a special request to photograph three friends and their kiddos.  Except for the scorching weather that morning (yes, about 90 degrees at 10 a.m.!) the session went […]

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