A family beach portrait session on 30A in South Walton County, FL.
We’re kicking off 2017 by welcoming several new photographers to our team. Colette Baker and her husband Brandon are two of our new photographers in the Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, and Perdido Key areas.
For many of you, your pets are a part of the family! So of course, you want to include them in your family pictures! Gulf Shores photographer Michelle Hatcher recently worked with this family and their puppy at Fort Morgan.
Families vacation together to make memories. That’s what we want to capture when you choose us as your family beach portrait photographer. We know you want that big family portrait to hang above the fireplace, but we also want to capture those fun moments of the family playing along the shoreline or watching the sunset. April Loyle captured plenty of those fun moments with this family at the Gulf State Park Pier in Gulf Shores!
When you get the family together for the holidays, it’s a great opportunity for a family portrait session! If your holiday plans involve a family gathering at the beach, we’d love to provide the photos! Check out these highlights from a Thanksgiving day beach portrait session in Navarre Beach, Florida.
If you are a regular visitor to our blog, you probably already know that we LOVE sunrise beach photography sessions! Here’s another one our recent sunrise beach portrait sessions from Gulf Shores photographer April Loyle.
Alabama Point in Orange Beach is not for everyone. The walk out the boardwalk is a fairly long one, but if you’re up for the walk, it’s completely worth it! The jetties make for a beautiful backdrop for your family beach portraits! Here’s one of our recent Orange Beach photography sessions from photographer Walt Loyle.
For this Orange Beach family portrait session, April Loyle utilized both sides of the Perdido Pass Bridge. The first few pictures were taken on the west side of the bridge by one of our favorite local restaurants, The Gulf. After a few pictures there, they moved to the east side of the bridge to catch the sunset at the Alabama Point East Public Beach.