Four Corners Photography


At Four Corners Photography, we believe in documenting the little moments. It is in those moments that the bigger story of your life's adventure is told.

Why Spring family sessions are my favorite!

I love all of my family sessions equally, but I have to admit that Spring is one of my favorite seasons to photograph families. Fall family sessions for holiday cards are important and those are a blast, but to me, Spring is always better and there are two reasons:

Reason 1: The holiday card pressure is off!! 

No matter how much you might try, when you have a perfect holiday card in your mind, there will be a little pressure during your session to achieve that look. Spring allows you to have fun and be free to be with your family in a way that removes that perfect holiday card ideal. Family sessions can be challenging enough...getting everyone out the door without a meltdown, making sure kids don't fall or hurt themselves, trying to keep everyone in order (including yourself) the added stress of a card can make it even more difficult to relax during a session. I truly encourage you to try a Spring session with your family so that you can just enjoy it without having to think about that holiday card!

Reason 2: Give me the good light!

The soft/ glowy light of spring is like nothing else throughout the year and it is my absolute favorite to work with. It radiates romance and gives a soft light that makes images feel timeless. However, in exchange for that good light, we often get a lot of rain! This year alone, I have had to move more sessions than every previous year combined due to weather. The session I'm sharing on the blog today is a makeup day as well because it poured on the original session date. Just look at this glowing, soft light though and you will understand why it's worth being a little bit more flexible in this season to wait for that good light!

I hope either this or next year you will try out a spring/ early summer family session rather than waiting for holiday card season. Trust me, it's definitely worth it!