family photoshoot

Tampa Family Lifestyle Session | Downtown Tampa and Curtis Hixon Park

At the end of this 2 hour family photo session the kids were not only still in a good mood, but they were asking to keep going! We met in downtown and adventured around with the goal of ending at Curtis Hixon Park. We played games, made up silly jokes, and there was running, hugs and twirling. And at the end (after we used soo many different backgrounds) we came across the coolest bus that had just been painted by children - it is called the Nomad Art Bus

If you look at a family session a few posts ago also in downtown Tampa you will see a huge variation! That means that your family photo session will be totally unique to you!

I hope you scroll through all of these amazing memories we made during our family adventure photo session!  Contact me if you are interested in your own family session!

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Wow, that was a lot of images included in their Tampa family photo session. We had so much fun, the kids were full of positive energy and mom and dad were so much fun!!  

Swing here, swing there, swing everywhere! {St Pete Photographer}

What do you do with an active toddler who loves to choose a location with room to run and play and swing and jump. Bring a ball, bubbles and include a playground and it really is possible to keep him happy for 2 hours! Check out the pictures...we had fun all the way to the end! So many times I hear from interested clients that they don't think their kids can handle a full session and they want something shorter. I promise, we will plan something that will have your kids laughing, smiling, running, playing and honestly, asking for more. And I will capture your family being YOUR FAMILY.  The biggest compliment I receive is from the children...sometimes they ask if I can come to dinner with them, or they ask when will we do it again, and sometimes they hold my hand on the way back to the car.