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Family Photography | Cypress Hills Inteprovincial Park

We love Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park. It’s one of our favourite places in Saskatchewan. It was no-brainer when the Hellman family asked if we’d meet them at the park for their family photos. This beautiful place is cherished by so many families. It’s always a treat to visit and help capture memories at Cypress.

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    Lang Family | Family Photography

    We had the privilege of photographing another Morse family on their family farm! The Lang family braved the cold wind and rain for some family photographs on their family farm near Morse. They even brought the old Fargo out for a couple photos. Despite the weather, it was a pleasure to spend some time catching...

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      Meghan & Brady | Family Photography

      Meghan and Brady are another one of our brides and grooms turned family session clients. We love it! Getting to connect with our couples after their weddings has to be one of our favorite parts of the job. Thanks Meghan and Brady for spending your sunny, fall evening with us!

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        Steven & Melissa | Family Photography

        Nothing makes us happier than photographing a family as they grow. We photographed Melissa and Steven when they were married 7 years ago, and now they have two beautiful boys. It’s such a privilege to be trusted with their photographs. Thank you, Melissa and Steven!

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          Regina Family Photos

          This year’s photos with Will and Amanda’s family were extra special as we were invited to their new home on an acreage just outside of Regina. Of course that posed some challenges with light and wind in our bald prairie but when you live in Saskatchewan you can always find a golden field to use....

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