Class of 2012 High School Twins: Gwen and Jaclyn

Sisters are close (even if they can fight like cats).  So TWIN sisters have an unseparable connection for sure.  But, what I love love love about Gwen and Jaclyn is that they are so unique from each other…there is just no mistaking their personality differences.  We had tons of fun for their photo session…we tromped around downtown Fort Wayne and then headed out to their grandparent’s farm up north.  The twins spent endless hours on the farm while growing up, so there was some fun reminiscing and exploring to be had!

For permission to view the full proof gallery at ShadowlandsPhotography.biz, please contact Gwen or Jaclyn for the passcode. You can also see more pictures from this photo session as well as other client’s photo albums on Shadowlands Photography’s Facebook page and ShadowlandsPhotography.com.

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Heather’s Family Photos in the Park

For permission to view the full proof gallery at ShadowlandsPhotography.biz, please contact Heather for the passcode. You can also see more pictures from this photo session as well as other client’s photo albums on Shadowlands Photography’s Facebook page and ShadowlandsPhotography.com.

Large Group Family Portraits

For permission to view the full proof gallery at ShadowlandsPhotography.biz, please contact  Nikki for the passcode. You can also see more pictures from this photo session as well as other client’s photo albums on Shadowlands Photography’s Facebook page and ShadowlandsPhotography.com.

Kim’s Extended Family: Portraits in the Park

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Spring Family Portraits: Amanda’s Fam

This downtown family photo shoot was so much fun!  Not only did I get to try some fun new locations but the kids did just did fabulous (especially considering their ages and that it was almost lunch time)!  Amanda and I met through a photography class I have been teaching called “The Tools Behind the Click”™.  We also later discovered that she and my hubby went to Concordia Lutheran High School together back in the day (I won’t say how far back…wink, wink).

For permission to view the full proof gallery at ShadowlandsPhotography.biz, please contact Amanda for the passcode. You can also see more pictures from this photo session as well as other client’s photo albums on Shadowlands Photography’s Facebook page and ShadowlandsPhotography.com.