Nashua Family Photographer

I am pretty sure every time we even thought about scheduling this extended family photography session it was assured that that day was going to rain. I lost track of how many times we had to postpone due to weather. Perhaps, we had to go through all that just so they could have the perfect weather for their shoot? Either way I am so glad that this family finally has a picture of all of them together, until December that it.

M Family Spring Photos

Spring time can only mean one thing, a visit from Nana and Papa to celebrate B’s birthday. And a Nashua family photographer session to capture them together. We had a bit of an issue getting the second car full of people to the correct location so we started out with just the youngest of the M kids. I just love the skeptical look he is giving me in the second photo. Once we got everyone to the correct place we had to be quick to get everything we needed before the sun set. Luckily, some silly talk did the trick and we breezed through the family and sibling shots. The birthday girl opted for a lego theme for her birthday photos. She had fun playing with her balloons and showing me some of her best ballet moves. I couldn’t resist this one last photo during that last little bit of blue light as the family walked back up the hill to the car, Dad with the balloons in tow.

A Family – Pelham, NH

D Family – Chelmsford, MA

Little A was possibly one of my easiest newborns ever. She slept so soundly that I could mover her around and she didn’t even make a peep. When I showed up for her 1 year portrait session and saw that beautiful red hair I decided that she was just a photographers dream baby. She definitely made me work a little harder this time and only smiled when she was really impressed with something. This first one of her and said adorable smile is probably my favorite. I just adore her little face!

C Family – At the Park

The universe was really working against us the day of the family session. I was informed that my son had been in contact with someone who had tested positive for Covid. This meant I had to pick him up from school early. Then I had to drag him out to be tested (which was negative, thankfully). Then I had to go back and forth with the school nurse, department of public health and baseball coach to figure out what the rules of quarantine were.

After getting the all clear and speaking with Mom we decided to proceed with our session as planned. Little did we know that the normally quite little park I chose for photos would be besieged by Prom goes. Seemingly every student and their family had panned to meet up to take some pre-prom photos. Thankfully the start of prom coincided with the start of our session and after a little waiting it eventually died down.

Being a small business owner and Nashua Family Photographer isn’t always easy. Sometimes you are responsible for a million different things at once and not everything always goes to plan. On these days I am relieved to have a family who is willing to go with the flow.

P Family – At the Orchard

I have been their family photographer for 4 years now. I feel like we have definitely hit our stride. The oldest Js (including J Sr) are always perfect gentlemen. The littlest J no longer wants/needs my tricks to make him laugh/smile. I shared a couple previews with Mom privately before this post and she said “I am in tears, I just love all my boys so much.” It made me think for a second because that is the best compliment I think I can get. If you look at your images you and can feel the love coming off the picture then I have done my job!

W Family – At the beach

Feeling a little of the end of summer family photographer blues over here. This was my very last beach session of the season. Man will I miss those long summer nights and evening trips to the beach.

There was definitely a chill in the air for the W family’s session but as you can see that didn’t stop these little ones from getting in some ocean time. The W family is one of my favorite fellow family of 6. I feel at home when I am with them. A session with multiple small children can go a variety of different ways. These guys were all so good I didn’t even feel that “goodness gracious I hope that I got at least one smile from them” pain in the pit of my stomach.

All in all it was a pretty relaxed session. Mom and Dad were happy to let me lead and just go with the flow. I think the results are adorable. Especially the one of the littlest member of the family struggling to keep up with his big siblings and not quite making it.

Large family
4 siblings at hampton beach
Family silhouette

Get more info or Book your Nashua Family Photographer now using our contact page https://nutterphotography.com/contact/. You may also reach out via phone to 978-996-8796, via email to contactnutterphotography@gmail.com or via private message at https://www.facebook.com/NutterPhotography/. Nutter Photographer is a Beach Family photographer who services the Salisbury Beach, Hampton Beach and Rye Beach communities.

6 thoughts on “Nashua Family Photographer

  1. Kathleen Morrill December 9, 2019 — 2:13 am

    I absolutely love this type of session. I have always wanted to do this and hope to be able to do it this summer. It would be a dream come true. This pictures are breathtaking. I think it captured some very special memories for this family. They are truly blessed to have been able to work with you!!!

  2. Love these beach shots. Once my little one is walking we will be doing one of these for sure.

  3. I love these beach photos, and this blog! Definitely collecting ideas for our next visits.

  4. Beautiful beach session photos! Looking forward to booking one of these sessions with you in the summer of 2020!

  5. I love the beach photo shoot. Someday I hope to book a beach one!

  6. How beautiful are these!! I absolutely love beach photos!

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