4 Reasons to Book a Storytelling Session
Storytelling photography is an emotive style of photography meant to evoke feeling and stir up memories from the viewer of how life was in that moment. But what does that looks like and how is it better than a more traditional style of photography? Recently I took my kids to Sand Hollow just outside of St. George to show that pictures are meant to be more than stiff poses and perfectly behaved kids. You will learn that storytelling is every bit as frame worthy and even more meaningful than that of traditional.
Scroll down for 4 reasons to schedule a Storytelling Session, why it's different, and why you're gonna love it.
1. Less Stress More Play
Storytelling sessions are all about exploring and having real moments together. The photographer is your guide directing when needed and making sure to get those small moments and big smiles. Mom and dad simply need to show up ready to explore right along their kids leaving the stress at the door.
2. Real Smiles
No more standing behind the photographer telling your child to "say cheese." The smiles come all on their own making sure that the crooked little grin you love so much on your toddler is remembered as a genuine emotion and not forced or bribed.
3. Boring is For the Birds
Your family isn't boring and your photos shouldn't be either. Storytelling photography reflects true character and emotion. Sometimes that means calm and sometimes that leans towards a little crazy. Whatever the case may be, it's always beautiful and entertaining in it's own way. You want photos on your walls that showcase the spirit of the people inside them. Storytelling photography will do exactly that.
4. They Will Stand the Test of Time
This is the type of session that you will love today, next year, and when you're watching your great grandkids being born. Why? Because they mean something. It's not just another session to document another year gone by. It's a forever memory of who you all were at that point in time.
Ready to book your own Storytelling Session?