The Bishoff family sees Maddy leave for her mission just as Tanner gets home. Glad they got a few days to see each other at least! We met up at 8 AM for this portrait session so we could get a crisp back-lit look on the group. We added a large softbox light from the right side to keep faces nice and bright and still maintain a natural look. I see a lot of photographers trying to use flash on camera for frontal fill light and it’s usually a bad idea, Kudos to the Bishoffs for choosing clothing that coordinates without getting to matchy. - Drake
And yes…. of course we did a group shot while we were there. (My new stellar assistant Hannah gets credit for getting everyone smiling at once.)
This great family is soon to see their daughter head off to an LDS mission. This great family is soon to see their daughter head off to an LDS mission.
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This beautiful family was enjoyable to work with. Click on the arrows to see more from this session.
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