Ottawa Family Photography ~ The Maxwell Family

We may only be in the first couple of weeks of Fall, but let me tell ya, I’ve been BUSY! My weekends and several weekday evenings were completely full for the month of September and October is looking the same. If you’ve been thinking about family photos this year, please don’t wait too much longer to book! Other than delivering print orders to clients, I will be taking most of December off to spend with my family which only leaves the rest of October and November if you would like photos in time for the holidays!

This beautiful family was referred to me by one of my most favorite families – Luc, Maryse and Valerie. And since I love them so much, I knew that any friend’s of theirs MUST be great, right? Well they were! With their two gorgeous little girls in tow, they met up with me at the Arboretum, we went for a walk and I captured some fun photos of them. We were fortunate enough to have a beautiful evening with some of that lovely, warm Fall evening light to work with. I am so grateful for the natural beauty of Ottawa at this time of year. And having the opportunity to work with such friendly, fun, not to mention beautiful families like this is obviously the icing on the cake! 🙂

Thank you so much for choosing me as your family photographer Chris, Mandy, Callie and Kenzie! I hope you enjoy your images as much as I’ve enjoyed taking them! 🙂




To book your very own family session for fall with Ottawa Photographer: Danielle Lynn Photography, contact us today to reserve your space!

5 thoughts on “Ottawa Family Photography ~ The Maxwell Family

  1. Kelly

    What a beautiful set of photos, Danielle! You did a wonderful job capturing this family, I am sure they are going to LOVE every single image.

  2. Lynn Watson

    As Mandy’s Mum and Caley and Kenzie’s Gramma I can tell you that you really captured the personalities. What wonderful photos.

  3. Florence Carman

    Beautiful pictures of my grand children, son and daughter-in-law. Love to see pictures since we are in Nova Scotia and only get to see them a couple of times each year.

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