As a mom of three, including two teenagers, it’s common for my annual “change of season” emotions to occur every September with the beginning of a new school year. But, as a photographer, I can’t help but notice that spring brings a true sense of renewal.
Boston Family Photographer Cara Soulia hosts hundreds of family photography sessions in the Boston area every year. Want to know the one piece of advice that she wants to offer? Bring the grandparents.
Planning some joyful family time at one of Massachusetts’ gorgeous beaches this summer? Award-winning family photographer Cara Soulia is the perfect choice to capture your family fun.
We’re moments away from the Lilac Sunday, the much-anticipated springtime bloom at the Arnold Arboretum. Looking for the perfect setting for your family photos? This is it. Read on for my thoughts on how to take advantage of their natural beauty.
As a Boston Family Photographer, I meet a lot of new people throughout the year. We email, chat by phone, and then meet in person for our photo sessions. Because I’m photographing their joyful moments, I hear a lot of personal stories. This year, thanks to hundreds of maternity, newborn, family, and school clients, I heard stories of love, pride, excitement, and joy. There were stories of loss, grief, new beginnings and triumph. And let’s not forget the accomplishments, sibling rivalry, pet antics and more! Read on to see some of my favorite images from 2021… the Year of Your Stories.
It felt like it came and went fast, right? Fall, I mean? Perhaps. But thanks to so many amazing families seeking Boston Fall Family Photos, I feel like I got a ton of fresh air and many, many chances to enjoy the sun, leaves, and – eventually – crisp air. Read on to see images from one of my favorite Boston Fall Family Photo sessions.
Family photography isn’t just for kids. Cara Soulia uses Boston extended family photography to capture this family’s lovely 50th anniversary.
Today I realized that I do not have any recent, amazing images of my own mother. The mother who has always been there for me, during every stage of my life. The person who supports me and every single one of my crazy ideas and big life dreams. The “Gigi” who always makes time to read a book or play games with her grandchildren. (or, in the last year, who made time to play babysitter over zoom when I needed it most!)
Maybe it’s the new year or maybe it’s the realities facing us in 2021, but I see – and feel – a lot more than usual when I reflect on the moment I captured this image in this Dad’s home office. I see Presence.
I can hardly believe I am sitting down to write my "Best of" blog post already! It has been the longest year of our lives and yet somehow it feels surreal that we are already so close to the end!! Preparing this blog post is always incredibly difficult and 2020 was...