THE JOURNAL

Ethereal, organic, and joyful photography experience for sentimental families.
Based in Auburn, AL. Available for travel in the Southeast. 

Summer Wildflower Sessions

I’m Ellen, an Auburn AL family and maternity photographer. I have created a photography experience that takes the majority of the work off your plate. From in-home sessions, a client wardrobe, and pre-selected locations that guarantee beautiful consistent imagery, I want to help you get your family’s most precious memories off your devices and onto your walls.

The days are boiling hot, and the evenings…well, it is at least manageable. This sweet family joined me for a quick summer wildflower session. There are many beautiful spots in Auburn for a quick summer family session, but this little wildflower field might be my favorite!

I love finding special little locations in Auburn to create beautiful photos for my clients. Surprisingly, this little wildflower field is right on Auburn University’s campus, behind the Red Barn. I love this location because it is easily accessible and has a variety of looks depending on where we set up!

collage of young family in black-eyed susan field behind the Red Barn on Auburn University's campus by Auburn Family Photographer.

Are you interested in a short family session? I’m a family photographer in Auburn, AL, and have session availability for late summer! Read about all my sessions here.

Not sure what is best for your family’s needs? Send me a message here and I’ll reach out with some ideas for a fun family session!

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Waiting on baby girl with this beautiful summer maternity session. 

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Summer Maternity Session

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