Concord Family Photo Session | Boston Family & Children’s Photographer

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If you’re considering a family photo session, this Concord spot is one of my absolute favorites in the greater Boston area. I’ve done sessions here in January and March because it still is (relatively) pretty even when everything is dead. The only time of year I don’t absolutely love going there is in October. It seems everyone and their mother is there in the fall, though I can’t really blame them. Old North Bridge in Minuteman National Park is certainly an iconic and quintessential New England spot worth seeing.

In the summer though, I rarely see other photographers there. The nice thing is that even when there are other people taking photos, it’s so spacious that I can usually claim my own spot. I actually have a new “route” that I just came up with this summer. I’ve used it about three times now, and it consists of using about 3 or 4 different backdrops all over the grounds. It’s perfect for clients who are up for a good walk and who want lots of variety in their final gallery. Take a peek to see just how perfect this gem is :). Anddd you can see another Concord family photo session by clicking here.

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