Allen Family | Family Lifestyle Photography

I got the chance to spend a wonderful day with the Allen family in this lifestyle session.  It was a wonderful opportunity to document a slice of their life and preserve those memories forever.  I would love to take a look back at my childhood in this way.  The nostalgia of seeing the kitchen where we ate so many meals together, the bedroom where I spent countless hours playing with toys, or the living room where I practically parked in front of the TV.  This is real life, and these are the moments that count.  I chose to process this entire session in black and white for the simplicity and to make it authentic photojournalism.  While this was mainly shot on digital format, there are some film shots mixed in.  Nikon F100 and Mamiya 645 Pro TL.  Film stocks were Kodak TMax 3200 and Tri-X 400.

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Categories: Lifestyle Sessions

Comments 2

  • Matt 3 Apr ’13 | Reply

    Great work Ryan. I can really see the value in a session like this. You did great work as always.

  • Twila Allen 3 Apr ’13 | Reply

    Thank you Ryan! We really appreciated you doing this for us. These will be so much fun to look back on :) Thanks again.

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