Family Session | Joshua Tree, CA | This is Us

September 26, 2017


The Details

As a photographer, you get so caught up taking photos of everyone else, that often times you realize you don’t have any images of your own family.  So I decided it was time for a shoot with my parents, sister, niece & nephew.  Several brain storming sessions & shopping sprees later, we had outfits selected for everyone.  For my Mom’s birthday, we drove to Joshua Tree for our own family session.  With tripod, teepee & bribery candy in hand, we set out on a little family adventure.

The Location

Joshua Tree is one of my favorite places to shoot.  The light & texture of this natural setting feels so dreamy & other worldly.  Now, to give you a little back story, my Dad is a perfectionist.  You’ll often find us joking about his uber cleanly OCD tendencies.  Call me crazy, but for some reason, I decided that a natural desert area surrounded by dirt & dust would be the best setting to take my Dad to. It took the better part of a day, but the drive was well worth it.  I couldn’t be happier with how our session turned out or the memories made.  And I was super proud of my Dad for letting go of his perfectionist propensity & allowing the day (& dirt) to go as it may.

The Images

  1. George says:

    Absolutely beautiful Tiffany. Family members look great and very happy. Thank you for sharing your day.
    We love Joshua Tree, so scenicly beautiful and very different from home here back east. Enjoy, and say hello to Mike for us…. gb

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

About Tiffany

From the delicate details, to the fleeting moments, to the candid expressions, my number one priority as your wedding photographer is to create imagery that takes you right back to how you felt in that exact moment.

Through intentional composition, I strive to zero in on the moments you likely didn’t even notice. Memories are so much more than details … they’re feelings. With every click of my shutter, I want to bring your vision to life while allowing you to be deeply present.