Professional, studio portraiture celebrates you and the legacy that you are living. Images of you in your home is art of your family, and will bring to life the love you share and the adventures you have together. And when you walk by it everyday, you’ll get an overwhelming feeling of joy, love, giggles and nostalgic purpose flowing through your veins. And our goal is to make those images become more and more valuable to you every year that passes.
DON’T WORRY – JUST BE YOURSELF!
Hiring a professional ensures that proper posing, lighting and post-processing techniques are used to make you look your best. With years of experience, we understand how to “drop 20 pounds” with good camera skills, and reduce tired eyes and “aging” with quality, but subdued Photoshop work.
Oftentimes, fathers are reluctant to be in the family photo, concerned it will take up too much time, but I am known for my quick and uncomplicated sessions that produce natural, easy-looking results.
LET THE KIDS, BE KIDS!
Our goal is to help your children have the time of their lives, eliciting natural expressions and not forced smiles. Many parents are concerned their children will not “behave” or “listen.” However, these are not things we worry about at all. The goal is to capture your kids as they truly are at this time of their lives. A little “naughtiness” can create authentic and heart-stopping images! Genuine expression is our focus. Sometimes images of your children NOT smiling are the most compelling. Those soulful looks focus the image energy on your child’s eyes — the windows to their heart and soul — making an image that takes your breath away.
When professional imagery is printed and designed to coordinate with your home and its decor, all of sudden YOU are your art. An investment so worth it, you’ll wonder how you could have ever lived without it. Especially when your little ones grow, change and discover before your eyes. Remembering those looks, grins, smirks, and oh-so-them growth stages will seem like you want to keep a vise-like grip on the past. They grow so fast.