elcome to the journal for April O’Hare Photography! Here you’ll find all of my latest photographic outings with the couples, families, seniors and small businesses that I get to work with and make beautiful photographs for. You may also see a personal post here and there discussing my life or my travels with my teeny family of one husband and three cats! Sometimes I even write advice articles with tips to help make your photo experience better which you can check out under the “Educational” category.  

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Colorado Family Vacation Photography | Sapphire Point and Dillon Lake

June 30, 2015

I met up with this super fun extended family a week ago to photograph them together enjoying the great outdoors in the Colorado mountains. They are from Iowa but were here vacationing in Breckenridge to celebrate their parent’s 50th wedding anniversary. I really love that the whole family decided to get together to celebrate this incredible milestone in their lives. I really loved that grandma and grandpa were obviously still so in love. You could just see it on their faces when they looked at each other during the session. I use the area around Sapphire Point and the Prospector Campground a lot, but it’s easy to see why when you see the scenery there. I know most of the out-of-towners visiting our great state are brought here to see the mountains and they want them featured in their photos! This area definitely delivers with some excellent mountain views. I had a blast photographing this clan. They were silly with each other and having a good time. I know a lot of people dread having to get their family portraits created, but I think it can actually be a lot of fun and just a really nice excuse to hang out with each other. And when they look back years from now they’ll have these nice pictures to remind them of how much fun they had together.

Head on over to the FAMILIES page of my site to find more information about family photography sessions.


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