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My photography business grew from a desire to learn how to take incredible portraits of my babies and toddlers, while also capturing the cute and sweet moments of their childhood. Both types of images are such a treasure to me now which is why my photography style has evolved into what it is today - family portraits with candid moments mixed in to capture personalities and family relationships

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Jordan Pines, Big Cottonwood Canyon, Family Winter Photography

What to Wear

February 12, 2024

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Want the EASY WAY to outfit your extended family for family pictures? Here are links to shop for clothes inspired by this Jordan Pines extended family winter photography: HERE

If you’re still wondering what to wear for your family pictures, this What To Wear Guide will make getting ready so much easier.

Dressing in layers and wearing boots will help you embrace the chill and opt for an extended family winter photography session. Check out this familie’s outfits at their Big Cottonwood Canyon at Jordan Pines.

Now, I know what you might be thinking – winter? Cold weather? But trust me when I say, there’s something truly special about capturing those precious moments in snowy wonderland.

Places like Big Cottonwood Canyon and Park City transform into a real-life snow globe during the winter months. The snow-kissed landscapes, towering evergreens, and the soft, diffused light create a dreamy atmosphere that’s simply unmatched. It’s like stepping into a fairytale, and who wouldn’t want their family photos to have that magical touch?

But beyond the visual appeal, there are other benefits to scheduling your family shoot during the winter season.

For one, it’s a unique experience that your family will never forget. Cozying up in warm layers, and sharing genuine moments of laughter – winter also brings out a certain coziness and intimacy that’s perfect for capturing genuine connections. Bundled up in scarves and hats, families naturally gravitate towards each other, sharing warmth and affection.

And let’s not forget about the fun factor! Winter photo shoots are an opportunity to embrace your inner child and let loose in the snow. Whether it’s building snowmen or having a snowball fight, there’s no shortage of activities to add a playful touch to your session.

Plus, scheduling your shoot during the winter months means you’ll have more flexibility with timing and availability. With fewer crowds and a slower pace, you can enjoy a more relaxed experience without worrying about competing for the perfect spot while you take your photos, which by the way, will make the most festive Christmas or Holiday cards.

So, if you’ve been on the fence about scheduling a Park City extended family winter Session with a Utah family photographer, I hope this post inspires you to embrace the chill and consider the wonders of a winter session in Big Cottonwood Canyon or Park City, or Deer Valley Utah.

 

 

Jordan Pines Extended Family Photography

 

Jordan Pines Extended Family PhotographyJordan Pines, Deer Valley, Park City Family Photography

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My photography business grew from a desire to learn how to take incredible portraits of my babies and toddlers, while also capturing the cute and sweet moments of their childhood. Both types of images are such a treasure to me now which is why my photography style has evolved into what it is today - family portraits with candid moments mixed in to capture personalities and family relationships

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