Let me help you this holiday season…Fall Sessions are here!

Summer went by like a flash and I can’t believe the school year is quickly approaching…or is already here for some.  Before we know it, the holidays will be here.  Why not reduce your holiday stress and have both your holiday pictures as well as holiday cards handled by me?  Trust me when I say the investment will save you time, energy, and a lot of screaming at your family.

Leave your tripod at home so you can easily get into the picture with your family.  Let me handle the children so you don’t have to force a smile or chase down a toddler.  Let me edit the best of the best images for you so you are not sitting in front of your computer late into the night.  Let me coordinate your favorite image with the perfect card so you are not overwhelmed by all of the card choices there are nowadays.  Let me give you that extra hand that is so desperately needed at the holidays.  We know that you are already taking care of the food, the shopping, the wrapping, and getting everyone out to the festivities.  Let me take care of this part for you so you can spend more time enjoying your time with your family.  You have already noticed that they are getting so big and it won’t be long before Santa isn’t as big a deal.  Treasure this time and use the fact that you have a few less to dos on your list to take a breath and actually have a moment to celebrate all of the memories that are happening around you.

My $150 session fee (plus 6% sales tax) includes (25) custom holiday cards but does not include prints or digital files.  Prints and digitals can be purchased separately from two different collections. The details on the collections are listed below.

Please contact me to ask any questions about the sessions or the collections at: info@clairebunnphotography.com.

Fall Mini Sessions

Collection information:


Philadelphia Area Fall Mini Sessions

You can automatically secure your date and time slot by clicking the dates below and paying your session fee.  There will be a pull down menu where you can select the exact time of the session.  I recommend securing a time later in the day to ensure that beautiful lighting that comes with the golden hour sunset.

Sunday, November 1st, 2015

Friday, November 6th, 2015

Sunday, November 8th, 2015

My fall calendar is starting to fill up but I still have availabilities for full sessions as well.

Hope to see you this fall!





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Then there were three {Philadelphia Family Photographer}

Watching a family grow is one of the greatest joys of my job.  When I first photographed this family, they were a family of four…their littlest was just a wee one.  They warned me that their oldest was shy but he was anything but during our session together.  Here are some of my favorite images from their first session…

Now there are three beautiful boys. We switched up the location from country to city.  They couldn’t be cuter in their matching outfit.  Mom looking stylish as ever and hard to believe that she is a mom of three.  There is so much love in this family and I love being able to document their memories.

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First Day of School {Philadelphia Lifestyle Photographer}

Just three years ago, my son donned his first backpack and waited for his first school bus for his first day of preschool.  (He went to an early intervention school, hence the bus.)  He screamed and cried, hung onto me for dear life when I put him on the bus.  He didn’t understand where he was going and if he was coming back.  After a few days it got much easier and he began to enjoy the ride.  However, those first few days were heart breaking.  The first time we were to actually spend time apart since he was born.

Fast forward 3 years and he is all grown up.  He was nervous the day before his first day of first grade but did very well getting onto the bus without tears.  I love our walks to the bus stop in the morning.  Walking hand in hand, preparing for the day together.  His sister is so excited to see him at the end of the day.   Of course we had to include the obligatory  first day of school sign.  Please note that we have a future paleontologist on our hands.  At school he is known as Mr. Dinosaur.

One week later, my littlest started her first day of preschool.  She fared much better than her brother on his first day.  However, apparently many of the other parents arrived early for pick up and my daughter thought she was left behind.  She was deep in the heaviest sobs I had ever seen…so much that her eyes were puffy long after we left.  Needless to say, I arrive early for pick up now.

I hope that you are surviving your children’s firsts.  Parenting is a heart breaking process of holding them close and pushing them away.


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Celebrating with Sunflowers {Delaware Valley Photographer}


Summer is one of my favorite seasons.  Schedules become lax and we can go on so many adventures together.  The night before  school started up again, we took a drive to this amazing sunflower field another photographer shared was in bloom.  As we approached, the sun was setting and it was beautiful.  There were many cars pulled over to soak in the view.  My daughter thought she was in a magical garden.  She ran around squealing with laughter and saying “Try to catch me Mommy!”.  If it was up to me, sunflower fields would be everywhere.  They just scream happiness and give an instant pick me up.  Thank you to the owners of this field for sharing their beauty with us.  She drove by while we were perched on the edge of the field to make sure we had gotten a good picture.  In a world where nature is slowly being removed from our daily lives, it is wonderful to know that there are those trying to share their beautiful corner of the world with the community.

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Project Ten: September


ProjectTen: Ten women. 
Ten photos.
On day ten.

This month’s post was meant to capture those last moments of summer in our front yard.  I actually photographed my images quite a bit the past few months thanks to this project but those images will end up in other posts.  Summer is such a wonderful time of year and I love having so much unscheduled time with the kids.  We have spent so much time together in the past few months.  I know in a few years they will be off running around with their friends and won’t want to include old mom but I am going to cherish the time they want to spend with me during the summer now.

There are so many talented ladies participating in this project, please take the time to check out their pages as well:



lisa o’brien – (wrentham, massachusetts) – HTTPS://WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/LISAOBRIENPHOTO






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