Family Reunion photos
This gallery is a selection of Family Reunion photos that we took at Casa Moricciani, in Tuscany. For us, being Family Trip Photographers means a lot of things. Tuscany offers thousands of different holiday experiences, and the accommodations are various too. Therefore, each one of our clients has its own needs. For instance, some of them have babies or toddlers. Others have a teenage son and don’t know what to expect from a family photo session. Will they enjoy it as much as I wish? Will they be bored?
The importance of planning
To organize a photoshoot like this first and foremost we start asking some questions: where are you going to stay? How many people will take part in your session? Some of this information already helps us to create an idea of what’s going to happen. For instance, if you’re a family of 15 and you’re staying in Florence, it’s going to be hard to take photos all together right in the city center. On the other hand, most of our clients generally rent a whole Villa, especially when they’re traveling with other families. This way, they can share the expenses and have a large garden where it’s easier to take photos without the hassle of the crowds.
The Isabella Experience
In this case, Jenni and her family were staying at Casa Moricciani, a cozy place in the little hamlet of Castelmuzio. You may find more information about this lovely house at The Isabella Experience. This tiny town is still untouched by the tourist hordes. Thus, we could quickly shoot either inside the villa and the property and then stroll those little streets. The only people we had met were some of the 200 locals, and the most massive cars around were an old Fiat Panda and a small Ape Piaggio.
Exploring Val d’Orcia
In the final part of the session, Jenni asked us to take some more photos with her husband and their children. Hence, we took a short drive to Vitaleta Chapel, which was less than 8 miles away. That was the perfect backdrop in the most typical Tuscan countryside.
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