Denver Mini Sessions – Day One In the Books!

The first day of mini sessions has come and gone – and oh my goodness was it fun and tiring! I got to photograph five lovely families in one of my favorite little location gems in Denver. I’m going to keep this one a secret for now 😊

All but one of my clients were people and families I’ve photographed before, which was such a treat for me. It was too cool seeing how families had grown and changed over the years. I couple clients I hadn’t seen in years! Their kids went from being toddlers to ‘big kids’ and ‘big kids’ to ‘young adults.’ I don’t have kids of my own, so it was kind of a stark reminder that, yes, kids do that! They grow up! 😀

So fun meeting a new client, too. One of my longtime clients recommended her family to me, which I just take as the biggest compliment! Referrals are a big part of my business, and I am SO grateful when my name gets passed along.

These artistic Denver family sessions were honestly such a blast, and the perfect amount of time – 20 minutes, which is especially perfect for families with little kids who would quite understandably have NO interest in an hour long session!

Some families booked for their holiday cards, some booked just for fun, and we even did a mini senior shoot.

This just may have been the last weekend to see fall colors in Denver because, as we know, even though the weather was 75 degrees and sunny on the 8th, the next day I was digging my car out of the snow. But still, incredibly, there were no other families getting photos done in the area!

I have one more day of Mini Sessions left! Leaves won’t matter for this one, since it’ll be downtown among the epic white columns of the Byron White Courthouse. There’s one spot left at 5:00pm – don’t wait to snag it!

Click here to book the very last spot!

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