Four in a Row! ~ Gatineau Family Photographer

I know I’ve said this before but I am always so, so, SO grateful when I have the opportunity to photograph a client more than once. To me its really the equivalent of them saying “We believe in you and what you can create for us” and for someone who creates art for a living, there’s nothing more fulfilling or rewarding than to know that someone values what you do. So far I have had the wonderful opportunity to photograph this gorgeous family four times now, including this session blogged today!

We met down in Chelsea, Quebec (just outside of Gatineau) for the session at a beautiful little spot that a friend and fellow photographer who lives near by told me about. (Ironically, I also photographed this photographer’s family in early July at the same location seen here!) This time I wanted to take advantage of the beautiful wooden bridge that covers the near-by creek though – it’s so rustic and lovely with such wonderful light. And I was so grateful for it on a day as bright and sunny as the one we had! I will say, we had a challenge on our hands though! A technical difficulty put us back a bit of time which ended up making the kids a bit restless for their nap. I’m super happy with how the pictures came out though!! Oh, and the tricycle helped. What child doesn’t loooove a tricycle?! That was definitely worth some smiles. 🙂

Thank you, thank you, thank you Dan, Renee, Zachary and Mia for choosing me once again to capture your family’s memories. I have SO enjoyed watching your family grow and change and I hope that I am fortunate enough to have the opportunity again in the future! Save travels back home!




The Petitpas Family


Danielle Lynn Photography


Danielle Lynn Photography


Danielle Lynn Photography

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