Bonar Extended Family Portraits | Winter family Portraits | Logan Utah Family Photographer
I love my clients, and getting to work with them more than once is like Christmas for me. :) Because I specialize in wedding photography, and portrait photography, getting to work with families becomes a big part of my job, which is so much fun. I always get so excited to work with families, especially after I’ve made a connection with them through a previous shoot.
I had the pleasure of meeting two of these cute family members, Liz and Dallin, when I shot their wedding two years ago. They were so enjoyable to work with, and I loved getting to know them and connect with them on their special day. Then Dallin started working for my brother in Virginia, so I got to see them again when I went out to take family photos and was able to stay in touch. You can imagine my excitement when Liz recently contacted me and asked if I would be able to do a session for her extended family! Some of her family members no longer live in Utah, but luckily, were all going to be together for Christmas. Family time is so special, especially when it only comes once a year, like it did for the Bonar’s. So even though it was a chilly Utah winter’s day, we trekked out into the snow. The result was a cozy, intimate, family photo session out in the cold. You can tell that the temperature didn’t stop their excitement to be all together again! Even their cute little kids were smiling, just happy to be with their Grandma. I loved being able to capture all their sweet relationships with one another. That is something I love about family photo shoots - getting to capture the love, or the beautiful chaos that is family time. :) There is something so meaningful about capturing not just the sweet smiling photos, but the ones that show interaction. It gives me a little glimpse into my clients relationships, and I always want it to be a constant reminder to them as well. As you can see, the Bonar Family definitely made it easy for me to do that! It was so sweet to get a snapshot of their different personalities, loving relationships, and their joyful Christmas time reunion.