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I love being contacted by families that want to capture these times not only for themselves but for other family members.  Its starts with an idea and becomes reality.  This was a special session that mom wanted to create a gallery of canvases for her fathers 70th birthday as a surprise.  He cherishes these kids so this was a gift from the heart.

It started with a picture of where the gallery would be hung.

To help envision the possibilities I cleared away all previous items to start with a clean slate.  See below.

Now create a gallery from their favorite images so they can preview the final product before making the investment.

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The software I use utilizes your own wall space to help you envision the endless possibilities.  No space is too large or small to create lasting memories around your home.

We live in a digital age and tend not to print or display our images but merely share on social media.  Do yourself a favor and print them out.   There is nothing worse than having lost your phone or have a hard drive crash and not be able to recover them.

All my sessions come with some prints and digitals for archiving.  It’s the best of both worlds.

Even the grandmother got her own canvas to enjoy.


Sarah Harrigan Photography is located in Vernon, Connecticut serving all surrounding areas specializing in children, family and senior photography.

 

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Sarah Harrigan Photography   |   Vernon, Connecticut

Children   |   Families   |   Seniors


There is something special about being able to capture newborn babies.  It is truly an honor to be able to capture these moments for the parents and grandparents.   They change so quickly the only opportunity to capture this is in the first few weeks.  Once this time passes you cannot turn the clock back and try again.  This little angel made us work for every shot but he was so sweet.

 

 

Newborns are constantly changing and being able to capture them within the first few weeks is essential in preserving this time in their lives.  Camden is growing like a weed and is so incredibly loved by his mom and dad.  This time is merely a fleeting moment in the years to come.  So glad they chose me to capture this for them.

 

 

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Sometimes we get so entwined and focused on milestones we forget the images of everyday life.  Don’t get me wrong I do believe that milestones are important to capture.  I also believe that milestone can be anything you want them to be.  They don’t have to be constrained to just an age.  I have tried to document the important times in my own childrens lives.  It could be when they enter middle school and high school.  What is important to your child and what is important for you to remember?  But we must not forget the everyday life should be documented as well.

For example below is an image of Peyton.  I have a black and white version but the color one shows how red his cheeks are from sledding with friends outside.  He is intently cooling his hot chocolate before consuming.  It’s a reminder of my kids going out in the cold and sledding for hours.

I have plenty of the images of the important times in their lives but it’s the everyday images that trigger these wonderful memories.

 

The next example is Walker last spring during his lacrosse season.  He was one of the smallest kids on the team as you can see by the other players on the sideline.  He concentrates and awaits being put back in.  He never gives up and always puts 100%.  This image shows his character and how much he is growing.

 

So make sure to capture the everyday life of your kids as those are the ones that will spark the wonderful memories.

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