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Thursday, September 3, 2015

The Irons Family in PARIS! {San Antonio Family Photographer}

I had the JOY of traveling to Paris, France this past summer for Destination Portraits. You know I LOVE to Travel and Paris was high on my list of places I wanted to do portraits. I was able to book THREE fabulous portrait sessions in this beautiful city and I enjoyed every minute!

Here are a few images of the Irons Family, from San Antonio. They are clients of mine that I have photographed for many years as I have watched their little girl grow. We had an early call for our Sunrise Session (5:30am start time), but watching the sunrise next to the Eiffel Tower with NO OTHER TOURISTS around was worth the early rise. They brought the cutest umbrella as a prop!

After the Eiffel Tower, we headed to the Alexandre III Bridge. What a gorgeous bridge, with some great views too!

Then we headed to the Louvre for more portraits. The city was just starting to wake up and we were  still nearly the only people at any of these places.

We found the old "Metropolitain" sign behind the Louvre and made a quick pitstop.

Then we were off to Montmartre. We had breakfast together in a cute cafe by the artists square and had a few artists visit us offering to draw our portrait. We then headed to the Sacre Couer, but by then the place was crawling with tourists and our beautiful light was turning harsh. So we found a little area at the back of the beauiful church to create a beautiful portrait and then we were done for the day.

We captured some beautiful memories for this family during our trip to Paris. Memories that will last forever in photographs.

Thank you to the Irons Family for trusting me to create these amazing images!




One of the Iron's Painted Portraits that will reside in the home as Wall Decor.


The Iron's Family Painted Wall Portrait.



















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