The Takalo family included a lot of family. With a large group, a two-hour session is helpful, even though we didn’t travel to multiple locations. The weather was very wet, so we worked around the outside spaces that were covered, and inside of an old fishing net warehouse. This was a good example of when studio lighting is required, given the interior of the warehouse was very dark with little natural light. The biggest challenge of the day was keeping light stands and tripod legs from getting tangled up in the abundant supply of fishing nets.
We created a variety of family groupings including the overall group, individual families and the cousins. I had a great time working with everyone. This session was also a good example of what you can do inside when the weather outside isn’t great.
Kara & Todd's family put on their baseball gear for this photo. Both sons are pitchers on the Knappa High School baseball team.