Fall = Family Photography; Ludington photographer

We love fall in western Michigan: The air is crisp, the temperatures are cool (but not too cool) and the leaves are changing. It’s also the perfect season for family photography. Tonight, we had a great time photographing the Maynier family in their woodsy backyard in Pere Marquette Township, south of Ludington.




Little beach lover – Ludington photography

Life on the beach is a fact of life for the residents of our area, here in beautiful Ludington. We like to teach our young ones how to appreciate the beach at a young age. Little Lauren had her 1-year-old pictures taken recently. We also got to photograph the rest of her mom and dad for their first family photograph. Lauren loved crawling around on the beach.




Vacationing in Paradise, aka Michigan’s west coast. Pentwater family photography

Erin and Patrick say they like to take a vacation near Lake Michigan every year. But this year the southeast Michigan family discovered Paradise, the shores near Pentwater and Ludington. A family vacation is a wonderful way to create memories, investing in a family photograph is the way to preserve those memories for years to come.

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Still time for family beach photography

The official end of the summer season is here, but there is still plenty of good weather for family beach photography. Actually, fall is our favorite time of the year; the cooler temperatures mean crisper skies and more beautiful light. However, time is limited. Call or email today.


Beach photography means Mother Nature is the boss – Ludington family photography

The Auer family of Arizona made their first ever visit to the Lake Michigan shoreline earlier this month. To commemorate their vacation they chose to invest in a family photograph on the Ludington beach. Mother Nature had other plans. The number one rule of outdoor photography is the weather is the boss. We arrived just before 8 p.m. with some very dark clouds in the northwest and sounds of thunder. The family quickly got into position and we managed to take a couple of pictures just before the rain came pouring down. Since the clouds were moving southeast, we decided to take the chance of heading south to the next beach, about 8 miles away. When we got there the rain had not yet arrived. We managed to get a couple of pictures at that location as well until the lighting conditions got too dark. We all had a great time though and hopefully gave the family some great memories.