At the end of this series, you may be tired of seeing these boys over and over.  I can’t help it.  One visit, one session, has provided me with several topics that I want to share.

In my last post, I talked about our special visitors from Canada.  I wanted to share about how special that friendship is to me because it’s not only between the grownups but also it’s a special friendship between all of the kids.  It continues to be a valued friendship despite distance and time between visits.  The older I get, the more I see the immense value of those relationships.

Now, while she was out here, my friend mentioned that it had been a while since she had portraits done of her boys and was hoping we might have time to make some happen.  So of course we did!

Session Details-  Sibling Session

  • Session Type: Short Session
  • Subjects:  toddler boy, tween boys
  • Location: North Hills, Pittsburgh

It was spur of the moment but it worked out amazingly well!

tween boy in woods with blue shirt and blue framed glassestween boy with blue shirt in the woods outside of Pittsburgh


portrait of a little boy in blue 3 button shirt

tween boy portrait in woods with blue shirt and blue framed glasses

portrait session with tween boy with blue shirt in the woods outside of Pittsburgh

little boy in blue 3 button shirt

Once we had plenty of solo shots, it was time to get the 3 boys together.  Sometimes that can be the most challenging part of a session but these boys not only love each other but they like each other and can quickly turn anything into a game.

family portrait with older brothers holding up little brother by the hands

portrait session with brothers in silly poses

First we have the tough look!  Always a favorite of mine.  Then they decided to piggy back but not just the little guy on his big brother, two brothers on the third.  I think they might be ready to join the circus.  Finally, we needed to dab.

three brothers portrait session sitting in Pittsburgh park

I love this shot!  This is the shot that melts mom’s heart and that grandma wants in the frame.  I love when I get these shots without the aide of face-swapping in photoshop.  Yep, no faces were fixed in this image.

Do you have a shot like this of your monkeys?  Let’s make it happen together!  Now is the perfect time to book your late summer or fall portrait session!  Book Now!

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