You’ve decided to hire a family photographer. You are about to have that amazing feeling that comes from being seen, accepted and celebrated just as you are. But, between here and there is a big decision: Who will you hire? It’s important that you find the right person.
If you are not reading this on your smart phone, I bet your smart phone is within arm’s reach! And, that phone probably has an impressive built-in camera. With that camera riding around in your pocket all day, why consider professional photos for your family? Good question!
You’ve thought about getting professional family photos taken, but something is holding you back. I get it. Many of my clients felt that way before they booked. One of these four myths might be holding you back.
You might be wondering when it’s time to invest in lifestyle family photography. Here are three ways to know.
Yesterday spring showed up in all it’s glory and I had so much fun capturing some spring photos. A few friends have recently asked how I balance educating four children, self-care and my business. I thought that a day-in-the-life home education and celebration of spring post would be a fun change of pace. I’ll be back next week with some photo tips.
An amazing family photographer will never just show up and wing it. Rather, the best family photographers follow some tried and true steps to ensure their creativity shines, everyone enjoys the experience and you love your photos.
Dogs claim huge chunks of real estate in our hearts. Anyone who has ever had to say good-bye to one knows that they can leave a bigger hole than you knew they filled.
Here are four tips for photographing your furry friend.
Getting ready to book a family photo session?
It’s important to find a photographer whose style speaks to you. Yes, of course, the style of your photographer’s art is important! Personal style is important too.
Late September in Fairfax, Vermont was the perfect time to capture some fall family photos for this extended family. Grandma and Grandpa were getting ready to head south for the winter. Mom wanted to be sure to get pictures of everyone together in early fall.