Friday, December 30, 2011

Family Sessions: 2011 In Review

Starting off the blog with some highlights and some of my favorite pictures of 2011! While I love all my clients and my favorite part of my job really is getting to know new people, I want to share just a few of of the images that stand out this year. happy new year's eve!

The Hunt Family
I am little biased when adding these pictures to best of 2011, because I have been an honorary Hunt family member since High School. I love them and was so honored to take their family portraits this summer!
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The Fuller Family
Fun families like these are what make my job the best job in the world! This was a multi-family/multi-generational photo session. I love getting to capture the wonderful family dynamics between cousins and siblings!




Behind the Lens of Robyn Joyner Photography

About Robyn

Photography and art had always been a part of my life and my background in art and design help me to create memorable photographs. I started this business in 2009 because I saw a real need for affordable and personal photography. I truly do love my clients and feel honored they allow me to try and capture their family dynamics in images preserved forever.

My husband Jon and I have been married since 2003. We were blessed with healthy twin boys in 2007. As my twins grew older I saw as a busy mom and wife that I was forgetting details that I had sworn would never leave my mind. That is when I became aware of the lack of affordable personal photography. I didn't want the studio smiles, but couldn't afford a photographer who would try to capture my true family. And from these frustrations my business was born.

Approach

I am an on location, natural light photographer. The outdoors is great place to play and see your family in it's natural state. My goal for every portrait session is to capture moments of you being YOU with the people you love the most.

During every wedding I photograph candid moments, portraits, and special details. I take my job as historian of your life seriously and I feel like these three area best capture your day. Candid moments help give you a feel of the emotions and fun of the day. Family and couple portraits document the new families that has been formed during this joyous day. Details are the things that make your wedding unique; the dress, centerpieces, bouquets, boutonnieres etc. At the end of the day you will have anywhere between 500 and 800 of a mixture of these three different types of photography. I look forward to meeting you!

Blessings,

Robyn Joyner