If you were thinking about grabbing some fall portraits in Tahoe, now is the time! The colors on trees close to water sources are finally changing and it won’t last for long. Dave, Jess and Jack wanted some fall colors for their family photos and holiday cards and I went sluething for just the spot. At the right time in the evening, the golden California light backlights this meadow just perfectly. Time is running out though so book your family portrait today!
Zephyr Cove Resort continues to be one of my favorite places to photograph family portraits in Tahoe. The endless options on it’s giant boulders on the beach offer great shade when you need it, new perspectives to keep your creativity fresh, and killer sunsets. The Atalig family was visiting from the Bay Area and really wanted a wonderful memento of their family vacation and a Tahoe sunset portrait session seemed like the perfect souvenier!
This light. This family. This location.
I’m so excited about this gorgeous family portrait session at Fallen Leaf Lake. Hailing from all over the US: Vegas, Salt Lake and Florida, this family wanted something uniquely foresty and rustic for their family portraits at Lake Tahoe and I knew just the spot. More to come from this totes adorbs fam.
This family was super nervous that their dog wasn’t going to cooperate with a family photo session.
To be honest, this dog was the easiest one I’ve ever done a session with. She’s downright attentive.
Proof is in the pictures!
I had such a blast with this recently relocated family who is so happy to live close to Tahoe now and take advantage of the having our gorgeous lake and outdoors practically in their backyard. There’s more to come from their Valhalla Estate Tahoe family portraits, but until then, here’s a few more rad images to tide you over!
So, this happened.
You know when you have a family willing to get into some shenanigans that it’s going to be a good portrait session. There was even some rock modeling in addition to the tree hugging. You’ll just have to wait for that though.
I had such a wonderful time creating Tahoe family photography for this amazing clan from Texas. There were four generations in the house and I think (though I’ll have to count) 19 people total. We did large groups, small groups, sisterly groups, husband and wife groups and individuals of everyone. Time absolutely FLEW by and I had so much fun getting to know them. That being said, anytime I’m around folks from back home, I immediately feel right at home.
There’s more to come from this family photography session in South Lake Tahoe, CA at their vacation rental home. It was a great location and an amazing house – complete with pool, movie theater room and billiards area!
Being a model is hard. Isabella learned all about it during her Tahoe newborn photography session this week at her home. I’m so thrilled for this amazing family, whose maternity photos I recently shot. I’m so behind their session isn’t even up on the blog yet, just the sneak peek! I promise more from Isabella’s debut photo session and their family portrait session soon!