Family is everything.

Every family is unique and that’s a great thing! You may have a dozen kiddos or it might be you and your 5 pets. Either is wonderful and should be celebrated in photos! Family sessions shouldn’t be stressful, those aren’t the memories anyone wants. Let’s plan a session that shows the love and even crazy connections that makes your family uniquely yours!

 

Reviews

“Anne Fischer is such a fun and talented family photographer!!! Our family pictures turned out so amazing and she was so good with our young kids!! I would highly recommend her for your family photography needs!! She is talented, professional, fun, and reasonably priced!!”

~Heather Ivory

Rates

Family Premier
$675

Family Plus
$525

Family Simple
$325

See more information below.


Pricing Guide

*Taxes are additional to all package prices

Family Premier

  • All of your edited images in an online gallery with a print release

  • Includes up to 2 hour in-home or outdoors

  • Includes up to 8 extended family members, $20 each additional

    $675

Family Plus

  • All edited images in an online gallery with a print release

  • Includes up to 1 hour session in-home or outdoors

  • May include grandparents and/or pets

    $525

Family Simple

  • All edited images in an online gallery with a print release

  • 30 min session in-studio, outdoors, or in-home

  • Immediate family and pets only (pets not available in-studio)

    $325


What do we wear?

First of all, these are your photos, so feel free to wear whatever suits you and your style. If you’re anything like me, a few guidelines might help you on your way to selecting your wardrobe. These guidelines are appropriate for any type of session. Remember, these are just suggestions! Sometimes breaking the “rules” can make for great portraits too! Plus, remember to always BE YOURSELF=)

Find one focal point that you love and build around that. For instance, your daughter’s dress or baby’s Baptism gown. The item you use doesn't actually end up being the actual “focal point,” as you coordinate more colors and accessories. In group shots think coordinating not necessarily matching. Think about the color wheel you learned years ago. Opposite colors attract, but you can also wear colors in the same color family. Choosing up to three colors and then mixing whites, grays and browns are a great idea! Don’t overmatch either, it’s easier to blend than to try to match exactly and not overdo it. In group shots coordinate styles. If mom is dressed up, others should be, too. If dad want to wear boots and jeans, you can mix it up with some fun brights for mom and kids. Don’t worry that stripes and plaids don’t go together-contrast can be good! Avoid logos, and text that distract from the main focus (the face!) However, I’m not of the old fashioned way of thinking that patterns are bad. I actually think they can be fun and add some great texture.

Pay attention to details, they aren’t always that little in photos! Are your shoes clean? Ladies, are your nails painted? Men, is your facial hair groomed? Layers and accessories (hats, scarves, necklaces, belts, etc.) can be a fun addition to your photo shoot. I lOVE it when clients bring their own accessories and props to a shoot! Check with me ahead of time if it’s a large or living prop though, please! ;)

Very important, DRESS FOR THE WEATHER! Cold weather makes for just as great of photos as warm weather clothing. Comfortable children (and adults!) make for better pictures, so please don’t insist that your little one wear a sundress when it’s snowing outside! I made this mistake with my own family yearns ago INSISTING we were all going to be with just shirts, jeans and barefoot. In Montana. In October. It was 32 degrees that day. Get the gist?! The photos were cute overall, but we had red noses and frozen feet. Not a good call, Anne!

 

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