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The Chapa's

January 23, 2010  •  Leave a Comment
Another 20 member family shoot. One thing I can definitely say is that we are getting better at these large family shoots. Today we shot the Chapa Family. The energy was flowing and never was there a dull moment during this session. When I was first contacted about doing this session my first thought was, "Man, this is going to be tough." I always get nervous when doing a large family because the hardest part is getting them all to look the same way while keeping their eyes open. Over the past years I have learned a few tricks that work for me, but when many children are involved it's still tough. Well, today was a great session. All the children cooperated. The weather was great and everyone just had a good time.
 I believe this was a family get together for their father who was celebrating an age milestone. To that I would like to say Happy Birthday Thomas. To the Chapa family, thank you for allowing us to be a part of your celebration in taking your family photos. It was fun.

 Be sure to check our Facebook page for more from the Chapa family shoot. You can also go to our MySpace profile to view more of our work. Don't forget about our website J&P Photography. There you will find all the information about how you can set up your family shoot.

Joey Navarro












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