Tag Archives: Ottawa family photographer

FALL MINI SESSIONS ~ EMBRUN, RUSSELL, OTTAWA FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHER

It’s that time of year again…Holiday mini sessions are here! Yes, it seems like Summer just began but in reality Fall is right around the corner. And Christmas follows soon thereafter. Too be honest I think the end of August is too early to think about Christmas cards and gifts but numerous client inquiries tell […]

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SUPERHERO MINI-SESSION ~ EMBRUN & RUSSELL FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHER

This was a little idea that popped into my head and I couldn’t let it go! Lucky for me I had one willing participant…and another one who is easily bribed with puppy treats. The snowy setting was perfect for a quick (literally 5 minutes) superhero mini-session with one of my favourite boys and of course my favourite […]

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FALL FAMILY MINI-SESSION ~ EMBRUN & RUSSELL FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHER

For those of you who are wondering whether I offer mini-sessions…YES! They are my favourite type of session and I always hold them outdoors…natural light rocks! I try to get my sessions wrapped-up before the cold arrives and the leaves get swept off the trees…but that usually doesn’t go according to plan. This year I got […]

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ONE YEAR BIRTHDAY SESSION ~ EMBRUN, RUSSELL, OTTAWA BABY PHOTOGRAPHER

When you have children everyone warns you that the time passes quickly. But between feedings, changings and nurturing this little person you don’t really pay attention. And then suddenly it is a whole year later and you see this little person walking, talking, trying new things and you suddenly realize that everyone was right. This has happened […]

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SPRING MINI-SESSIONS ~ EMBRUN, RUSSELL & OTTAWA PHOTOGRAPHER

I was beginning to think the snow would never leave. But it has {finally} and now it’s time for Spring mini-sessions!  So here is the scoop…the two dates are April 26th & May 3rd. I’m still contemplating locations but one I am eager to try is the Ottawa Ornamental Gardens near the Museum of Agriculture. I’ve done […]

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