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Red Truck Mini Photo Sessions in Columbus, Ohio

If you want a holiday vibe like no other, a Red Truck Mini photography session might be just what you are looking for! These sessions always sell out, so you should plan to book early. There is something fun about having an old red pickup truck out in the fields of a tree farm. It's a classic atmosphere for family fun and memories to be made. A framed print of your family in this staple holiday setting would be the perfect decor to pull out year after year as you decorate.


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Vintage Red Truck Family Pictures

Grab your family, coordinate some cozy outfits, and spend the morning out at a tree farm making memories and creating photos you will love for years to come! Having your family pose in front of the vintage red truck for a perfect holiday photo. Wouldn't that look great on an ornament or holiday card?


The character of the vintage red truck gives a unique feel to your family photos that you can't get with a vehicle made today. It really feels right to have this truck on the farm ready to take home your chosen tree! And there are plenty of evergreen trees to choose from when the red truck is parked on a tree farm like this!


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Family Pictures in Red Truck

Wouldn't it be cozy to have your family hop into the back of the vintage truck and snuggle up in a holiday set?

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Christmas Pictures with a Red Truck

Prepare for the holiday season early with a vintage red truck photo session one the tree farm!

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Demand is high for these red truck sessions and they do sell out each year! We also offer mini sessions on the tree farm without a red truck as well as Fall mini photo sessions and other minis throughout the year. Looking for a longer session? We've got that, too! How can we help preserve your family memories?

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