Hinkle Family

It is always a good time when customers come to the backyard studio for family pictures. As we worked with the sun high in the sky and moved around the yard, there were smiley faces for every picture.

Once everyone arrived we started with the large group and then grouped families and the siblings.

We have known this family for many years and it was fun to catch the moods and personalities of the grandkids and families.

The individual families enjoyed the backyard gardens as they waited their turn to pose in front of the camera.

All the kids enjoyed getting their pictures with grandparents and great grandparents. It was so rewarding to see the bonds that have formed through the generations.

A lovely evening was spent taking pictures and celebrating 4 generations of the Hinkle family.

Published by marceemaurerphotography

I am a retired middle school counselor who loves being with people and taking pictures. Once I retired I didn't see the students and their parents on a regular basis. I missed that. I had always enjoyed photographing the kids at their events and so I thought I would offer to take pictures in my spare time. Living in a small town word got around and my students started to graduate from high school, whala! Senior Pictures, then they got engaged, then married and then had families. The perfect timeline for a photographer. Since I started I have been called out of town and have met new people and families. I am never without my camera and my family is glad they aren't always the subjects. I think any picture session should be fun for all. I like to get to know my clients and capture their personalities as well as their smiles.

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