Los Angeles Family Photographer / Glendora Family Photographer
As a Los Angeles family photographer, Gaby blends traditional portraiture with a photojournalistic approach to bring out the best in her clients. She creates a playful, relaxed and fun environment to make the entire experience a positive one for everyone involved. When working with children, Gaby works at their level and their pace. This should be a fun, no pressure kind of session. The goal is to capture the true personality of your child. This includes everything from the big laughs, to tiny giggles, to the practically non-existent smirks. These are the unique characteristics that make your child special. And these are the seemingly ordinary moments that you’ll one day look back on and remember with fondness.
Outdoor Family Sessions Details – Los Angeles Family Photographer
Where and when should I have my outdoor photo session?
A child photo session or family photo session can take place anywhere you’d like – a park, a beach, a field, your home, anywhere! Child photo sessions and family photo sessions can be held in any city throughout Los Angeles, San Gabriel Valley, the Inland Empire, and Southern California. If you’re not sure where to hold your session, Gaby can make suggestions based on your preferences and goals. Outdoor photo sessions are held at sunrise or just before sunset to ensure beautifully lit portraits.
What will I need to bring to my family photo session?
Your sole responsibility will be to get yourself and little ones ready for picture day, a feat in and of itself! Leave the rest to Gaby. Having photographed hundreds of families, Gaby is well-prepared for any situation that may arise during your time together. Just a few things that help sessions go more smoothly include: quilts and chairs for your family to sit on, noise-makers and toys to entertain your little ones, props and accessories, and most importantly — Snacks and water for all!
Remember, we want your session to be a positive experience for your little ones with as little stress on parents as possible. Let us take care of the details so that you can enjoy these moments with your family.
How long are family photo sessions?
We believe in giving children ample time to get comfortable because we know that will yield the most genuine expressions and lead to a fun session for all. That’s why our sessions are never rushed. A typical family session lasts between 45 minutes and 1 hour. This allows children to acclimate to the environment and to Gaby. They’ll have time to play, snack, run around and, in between the fun, have their photographs taken.
In Gaby’s decade of experience working with young families, capturing the individuality of each child and close connection between a family is an art she has mastered. Let her do the same for your loved ones. Contact Gaby to discuss your custom portrait session using the contact form below OR call the studio directly at (323) 945-3327.
When should I book my outdoor family photo session?
To give each family the best service possible, Gaby books a limited number of portrait sessions per month. It is recommended that clients book Children & Family Sessions 6-8 weeks in advance and Newborn Sessions at least 8 weeks in advance to ensure availability of preferred dates. Gaby will make every effort to accommodate late bookings whenever her schedule permits.
Together, we’ll plan out your perfect session, select an ideal location, discuss clothing recommendations, and more. Contact Gaby to discuss your custom portrait session using the contact form below OR call the studio directly at (323) 945-3327.
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Your health and safety is our top priority. For that reason, we're taking on a limited number of portrait sessions during the pandemic.
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