When it comes to planning your family session outfits, I always recommend to coordinate and follow a “color family” theme. It doesn’t have to necessarily match but the hues blend well together and looks cohesive.
It’s still hot and humid here in Mississippi but since my fall family sessions are filling up ahead of the season, I knew it was good time to create this post to help my clients and anyone that are planning their outfits. These serve as inspiration. Most of the pieces are from H&M and Target — affordable places for a regular family.
Typically for fall, we tend to gravitate toward jewel tones like reds, and rust orange. But here in LLP, we’re trying to break out of the ordinary to bring out your true personal style. I made three inspiration boards: grays and camels, sage and rust, and lastly, monochromatic. I think these color families will complement the turning of the leaves and the changing of seasons.
- jennifer zarbo
Lyn was an amazing photographer to work with. She captured the true essence of our children being children. She took the time to get to know us, our desires in the photographs and then worked her magic. She was quick to respond, very professional and her work speaks for itself. I love the life that is shown in the images taken.
"I love the life that is shown in the images taken."
- nicole dillon
"Lyn is just wonderful to work with. She was seriously so easy going while still maintaining professionalism. Lyn helped "pose" us in a way that didn't feel like we were being just perfectly placed. Instead, she gave us directions and prompts to help make it our own and get true laughter and emotion from us. I would recommend her to anyone a million times over!"
"I would recommend her a million times over!"
- jennifer bautista
She's always up for new ideas to add into the photos and creates a warm atmosphere to work in. My family and I were very comfortable shooting with her and she was able to capture my crazy toddler's personality and create beautiful memories for us.
"Lyn is such a fun photographer to work with."