A high school graduation brought these four generations together. Click on the arrows to see more from this session.
The Busath Composite Family Portrait is a wonderful option for large groups, even when you are not all in town at the same time. By photographing individual families one at a time, we achieve better expressions and lighting on each family member. Later, we artfully arrange them into a large group portrait. The framed and finished piece (at least 60 inches long!) will be a stunning image to display in your home and a statement about how important your family is to you. Call now to schedule your appointment 801.364.6645, or purchase a session on our website
Ricks family in the new Gardens at Busath. Congratulations to Elizabeth on her mission call to Russia! We wish you the very best. Drake
This beautiful family was one of many who came in for our generations event.
This portrait celebrates four generations of strong and classy women. The hats were part of a wonderful celebration they had together. Not all the images were taken with the hats, but they are my favorite. I love incorporating meaningful items into a portrait.
Such a beautiful couple and so in love with their baby. Click on the arrows to see more from this session.
This is just a portion of our portrait party. Miyo, Katie, the families and I all worked together to create something of lasting value. This tremendous family will now have a composite of their extended family, indoor and outdoor individual family portraits, individuals of the nieces and nephews and images of each head of the family. Click on the arrows to see more from this session.
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Mom was so happy to have her sons here from out of town for the holidays.
This is the Louie Family. Sophisticated, polite, and the absolute best company for a Saturday afternoon. Mom and dad are nearly empty nesters and this portrait session was a way to make the transition a little easier for all involved. It was certainly a pleasure for me to be involved! Click on the arrows to see more from this session.